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zopiclona genfar

sleep aid 7.5 mg ## I can't find anything in english about this drug. any suggestions? ## I can't either. You may want to try asking a pharmacist if they have any information on it. ## Does anyone know where to get this sleep aid. It is the ONLY thing that works for me. I have been buying it in Mexico under the brand name Imovane 7.5mg. ## I also got Zopiclona Genfar in Costa Rica when I realized I forgot my sleep aids. They wouldn't give me Ambien, but gave me this. As soon as I took it I knew it was Lunesta because I had once tried that and got a bad taste in my mouth (although it defintiely works). After much research when I got home (everything was in Spanish), I finally found that is in fact Lunesta (funny that they gave me this without a Rx but not Ambien which is much... ...

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white little tablets. called Zopiclona Genfar 7.5mg... having 4 already I took also alcohol... RA Baileys Irish cream with a hint of chocolate... aand ohh vodka too. whats going to happen to me?? thanks! ## Small oval, pinkish tablet with GG257 on one side, scored on the other. What is it? What is it used for? Side affects? ## GG257 contains 0.5mgs of Alprazolam, a generic for Xanax. This is used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, euphoria and slurred speech. ...

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uses ## Could this be the same medication as Eszopiclone ? If so, then it is used as a sleep aid. Can you please post back with any other details you have about this medication, such as what country it was obtained from ? ...

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