White Capsule With No Imprint And Tan Powder Inside

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white capsule shaped pill with no imprint
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white capsule shaped pill with no imprints ## The capsule is rather large and white in color with no imprint. When opened, the powder in a tan/brownish color. It was very soluable in water. ## large white capsule with tan powder inside, no writing, 4 indentions to hold capsule together..whaat is it? ## Found a capsule that sounds similar, if not the same type. Did you find out what it is? ## The new oxycodone 20 mg - ! They are so new it's hard to find them but I finally did. Take it to a pharmacy- they identified it for me. It's one company's generic version of an Oxycontin 20 mg in capsule form. It is small, solid white, with no markings on it! This is to keep it discreet to decrease robberies and thefts among pharmacies & patients who get them. They are pretty expensi... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Jul 13 '15, 10:56 AM
Methadone Capsule
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Got clear tanish capsule white powder inside was told they are 10 mlg methadone capsules what are they ## Are they any types of markings or imprints on the capsule as well? I probably wouldn't trust the person who gave that to you if you even feel the need to question what that white powder could be. Unfortunately every prescription drug in the U.S. is required by the FDA to have some sort of marking that distinguishes it from other pills. The possibilities can seem endless without that information. It sounds like someone just bought a pack of clear empty capsules and filled them with baking soda or some other illicit drug. Certain websites do offer lab testing for a hefty fee to identify a pill's ingredients, but that may be your only other option if you want to play it safe. I... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Methadone.
Sat, Mar 23 '13, 8:15 PM

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