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Mexican capsule identifier

I have these capsules that are all white and have the letters,"JSC" on them. They're from Mexico and they're supposed to be 50 milligram codeine phosphate capsules. Does anybody know anything about them? ## @serapeum, You had mentioned that you got these from Mexico. Do you still have the contact info for the pharmacy you bought them at? If so, that would probably be the next step I'd take towards verification. Another thing that I've heard others on here recommend is to use one of those drug panel kits (available at head shops) to determine if the contents are positive for opiates/opioids. This may be a cheaper alternative to sending capsules off to a lab for further analysis. On the other hand, I don't think standard drug panels recognize inactive ingredien... ...

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capsule, white and purple

azitromicina samitrogen ## 1/2 dark purple and 1/2 white capsule with no markings on it...what could it be? ## In regards to the original post, that's the Mexican/Spanish name for the antibiotic Azithromycin, which is used to treat various types of infections. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more Azithromycin details here. As to the post from Shelly, I'm sorry, but if there are no markings on it, then it is very difficult to track down what it is. Does anyone else have any ideas? ## What is a half white and half dark purple pill with no markings and brown powder inside? ## Anyone received any updates on this? I just bought 9 pills from Cozumel Mexico yesterday. Same here, blue and purple pills with no markings. ## ... ...

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Beige (off white) & Purple (indigo) Capsule

Trying to figure out what this pill is from a photo. Doesn't seem to have any markings on it but might be on the other side of the pill, however there are multiple pills in the photo and no markings on any of them. It seems to be a dark blue/purple color on half and the other half is cream tinted white. If you have any idea what this could be please help!! I don't believe the person who posted the photo is taking it for medical reasons so I'd also like to know if it might be a street drug?? Thank you ## Sounds like the same ones I got while in Mexico. They are tylenol/codeine. ## Mexican ultram/tramadol. Its a non opiod pain med used alot more since opiods are strongly abused. ## I see each of the last two posts are stating that this is something different than what the othe... ...

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Red And White Capsule With No Markings On It

found these in boyfriends stuff. he is a gym goer and i wanted to know what they are? ## If there are no markings, it will likely be difficult to determine what they contain. We can rule them out as being a manufactured prescription medication, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, it could be an over the counter product, a foreign medication or something specially ordered by a doctor and made by a compounding pharmacy. Are they actually a capsule, or are they caplets? ## MOST LIKELY THESE ARE A WEIGHLIFTING SUPPLIMENT., OR COULD BE A MEXICAN TRAMADOL NIETHER ARE A HUGE DEAL. TRAMADOL IS CONSIDERED AN OPIOD DEPRESSOR WOULD NEED TO TAKE TONS OF THESE TO BE TROUBLE. ...

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picture of white capsule of 20mg er oxycodone

white capsule with the imprint cilog or cilag ## white pill ph 063 ## A white capsule with the imprint Cilag in blue does NOT contain Oxycodone, it is a Mexican tablet that contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen and 30mgs of Codeine. This is a narcotic pain reliever, but not as strong as Oxycodone. Some common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I cannot find a listing for a tablet with PH 063, does anyone else have any information? ## I have not been able to find them at my local walgreens ## I have a dark cobalt blue capsule with no markings or imprints. It is supposed to be oxycodone 20 mg but I cannot find any images like them on the internet. Has anyone heard... ...

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tylex pain capsules

large white capsule with the imprint Cilag in blue on each end. ## This is a Mexican drug, as such, we have only been able to discover the it apparently contains Acetaminophen and Codeine. ...

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Clear And Orange Capsule Medix

i found an orange and clear capsule. it has little white beads in it. on the clear side it says medix and on the orange side it is either a W or maybe a butterfly. i have taken this pill to a pharmacy and they can not figure out what it is. i have researched for hours and still found nothing. if anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated ## Hello, Based on the description provided, I can't find any information to accurately identify your pill. However, I did find information stating that "Medix" is a mexican pharmaceutical company. This pill could possibly be a product of this company, so if you'd like to contact them click the link for their website (posted below). medix.com/faq.php I hope this helps! ...

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Azitromicina 500mg

White and Blue Capsule 1/4 X 3/4 ## I have sinus and allergy drainage, is this piill OK to take for that, I had a friend buy the 500mg azitromicina in Mexico. ## I took the Mexican Azitromicina 500 mg for sinus infection, and it worked for me. Presentation comes in 3 caplets and box reads, Azibiot. ## Azitromicina is the Mexican brand name for the antibiotic Azithromycin. This will only help with infections and due to the dangers of allergic reactions and developing drug resistant infections, it should never be used unless prescribed by your doctor. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash. ## I started to suffer a severe chest infection whilst in Spain a visit to the chemist I purchased a 3 day course of Azitromicina Sandoz 500mg. 3 days ... ...

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unmarked pills

Small round white pills no markings at all are Mexican Tramodol now they have a different look depending on the mg ,the other is an unmarked green and yellow capsule.,Now this is I just have seen 2 different kinds in original bottles sealed,I just dont know what the dosage is or how many mg .I would throw them out if you can not identify it .Its not worth it. ## URGENT: Need to identify pills asap! Found 2 types of unmarked pills in the posession of ex-opiate addict. Round light blue Arrowhead/ emblem shaped light blue **How can I post image? ...

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tramadol images of pill

It a white oval pill no imprint 100mgs 100 pills in the bottle. ## Hi I just got a bottle of tramadol 100 mg Mexican brand capsules I want to know what's the difference between the pill and the capsule of the same mediction and dose I've always got the pills but this time I got capsules is one IR, and one ER? It doesn't say ## @Lety, Without a lab analysis there's really no honest way to identify something that doesn't carry an imprint. For that reason alone I can't provide you with a picture of a white oval pill and even remotely suggest that it could be tramadol. Secondly, if your tramadol pill and prescription bottle are not properly labeled, then that tells me they are counterfeit (and could literally contain anything from A to Z). Going through a doctor and ... ...

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Omedex Plus

We also have a bottle of omedex plus from Mexico says it is esomeprazol equivalent of 40 mg red and white capsule no writing on capsule should I be afraid of it ## Omedex is listed as being a Mexican brand of Esomeprazole, which would be known by the name brand Nexium in the U.S. However, it is difficult to know if that's what they actually are, which is true of almost any medication from Mexico. Where/how was it obtained? ## I have used Mexican Medication for over 2 years and if I don't take the Omedex Plus I can tell it by 10am. If Mexico can sell their med's this cheap why is the USA Government making it so hard for US citizens to afford their medication . Generic Nexium 100 cap.$20.00 can't even do that with insurance. And they wonder why there are so many winter Tex... ...

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Taken Gimalxina and Amoxicilina for years when sick

I have had no problems with Gimalxina and amoxicilina from mexico. The Gimablina is white and red capsule. Best result with amoxicilina is the white and blue capsule. have taken it for years when sick. I will only get from a Benavidez pharmacy across the border, with my other meds. ## Hi suzann, What type of antibiotic is Gimalxina or Gimablina? I haven't actually heard of these names before. Do you take it in conjunction with the Amoxicillin or is this quite simply a Mexican brand name of "Amoxicilina"? I'd be curious to know how effective it might be in comparison to our standard US-based Amoxicillin against similar types of bacterial infections... It's good to hear that you've had no problems with either of them. ...

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medicines from mexico

can any of mafena retard hurt a healthy 51 year old man? ## I have esomeprazol Generic Nexium Omedex Plus. This is generic for Nexium 40 mg. These capsules are blue and white and I thought Nexium was purple. ## Generics do not look like the name brand medicines as that is part of the patent of the medication, generics aren't even the same look from all manufactures, even when you get the medications from the US, athough US generics all would have the same markings I do not know much about Mexican medications. I do know that apparently Omedex Plus is packed in various colored capsules as the ones I have are in clear ones. ...

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pota vi kin penicilina v 800000 u .....

I have an oral infection my wisdom teeth are coming out and i got the infection on my right side me. My mom gave me penicilina v 800,000 u. Will that work ? ## Hi Justine, In my personal experience, penicillin should work just fine for tooth infections and may keep the infection under control until you see your dentist... However, I think the only permanent solution would be getting the infected teeth out so the bacteria doesn't come back. Also, my opinion is that you'd probably need to take a full course of the antibiotic (7-10 days) to determine how well it's working. Have you discussed any of this with your dentist yet? ~Best wishes ## I have Mexican penicillin a-v, bottom letters are prolate-v 8000,000 unix adds. Each capsule contains 500mg. How many white and red capsul... ...

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is the drug gimalxcilina mexican name on bottle amoxicilina

i boughts some amoxicililina from a reputab;e pharmacy the capsules are red and white and the spanish name on bottle was Gimallxina--the english beneath it was called amoxicilina are these pilss the real thing? ...

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