Rbx N Capsule

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rbx n 1 blue and white capsules

These are known as "THC" pills. They are a synthetic (man made) form of the active chemical in marijuana. Used to decrease the nausea of cancer patients, and improve their appetite. ## Hello AnonymousToker, Thank you for providing this information! My research leads me to believe that blue and white THC capsules do exist, but I have not been able to locate any with a rbx n1 imprint. Is rbx n1 normally imprinted on the capsules? If you can provide a link to an image that would be very helpful! Based on my research, no serious or life threatening side effects have been reported due to THC intake. I personally do not recommend that anyone use THC capsules without a medical cannabis license or recommendation by a licensed medical physician. If anyone has any questions or information... ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
rbx n0 25 green and white

the green half of the capsule has rbx printed upon it while on the white half of the capsule the numbers 0.25 typed onto it . should be a form of thc to my understanding for treatment of my lung cancer . would like more imformation though ...

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rbx pill red and white 0.5 n

I cant figure out what kind of pill this is its half white half red and it said rbx on one side and other side it says n 0.5, i was told a THC but im not sure.plzz help me out i need my prescriptions but i dont want to take it if it the wrong kind. ## Synthetic Thc chemo nausea medication is what this. Capsule contains. Hope that helped. Not sure what the name of it is though. ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
Addiction on clonazepam and cancer

Does anyone know if this blue and white capsule with N1 rbx on it hurt me I am dying any way I don,t want to go to hospital and sit there for hours .I don,t have a Dr and they will just label me an addict.does anyone know if I will get red flagged.will I still get pain care. ## This medication is manufactured by Ranbaxy Canada and they list it as containing 1mg Nabilone, which is most often used to treat or prevent the nausea and vomiting that can be associated with chemotherapy. It should only be taken, if your doctor has prescribed it for you. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness, confusion, and changes in mood. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Clonazepam
oval tablet top half light blue bottom half white. blue half resembles football

no letter or number markings. It is a thick tabletOVAL SHAPE TOPHALF BLUE, BOTTOM HALF WHITE. BLUE PORTION RESEMBLES FOOTBALL LACING ## I am looking for info on one I found in the kid's room. ## Mystery solved...it's an Eclipse breath mint. ## That does match the description of those breath mints and is a much better solution than finding something dangerous in your child's room. I wish all posts and solutions were that simple!! :-) Post back if you need anything! ## what oval shaped pill is half white and half pale blue in colour? It has no markings on it and its quite thick ## I am from Canada I got ahold of some N1 rbxblue and white capsules and I have terminal cancer I take it cuz it helps me sleep I can,t sleep cuz I,m hooked on clonazepam and trying to get off it but i... ...

Updated in Clonazepam
thc capsule

Red and white , rbx on red and N 0.5 on white ...

Name of red white capsule

Red part says. rbx White part saysN 0.5 Capsule is shape ...

rbx on red and 0 5 white

Just curious to know what this capsule is? ...


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