White unmarked pill with a single score line. Tiny almost un-noticeable bevel with sharp defined edges.
Very good quality Diazepam.
These are viscious green in colour, round with pronounced bevel, no sharp or defined edges and sweet to taste.
They look almost like smarties and in my opion you'd be better off with smarties as they are not good. Maybe a bad batch but 10mg Apuarins have never failed me yet.
TERAPIA ('therapy'), now owned by Ranbaxy and previously the State Pharma Company, have always made the very best diazepam in Europe, better than original Roche VALIUM. They are white, no imprint on obverse but they DO have a score on the reverse. Along with GEHWACALM (Germany) & APAURIN 5mg (Slovenia), which I place 2nd and 3rd, these represent the finest diazepam made nowadays.
Bensedin and Hemopharm from Serbia both do NOT have score lines. Hemopharm's diazepam is excellent and their tablets tend to be softer than Bensedin, a better brand, but DON'T BUY THEIR BROMAZEPAM - they are &*&?! Hemopharm Lorazepam 2.5mg are fine, but Lek LORAM (made in Slovenia like KRKA Apaurin, whose 5mg are my choice, being the best 5mg I ever had; would much rather take 2 x 5mg than the 10mg!) are a much better lorazepam. The Hemopharm are light blue with a score on reverse, Loram have a large '2, 5' on obverse just like branded ex-Wyeth Temesta/Ativan/Tavor yellow tableta (brand name dependent on location), are a little biconvex, and have a score on reverse of a darker blue tablet.
Yes indeed, there are a couple of 10mg diazepam tabs without any markings at all. Well, more than a couple. These tend to be Indian, where there are well over 100 makes; I have seen at least four with no imprint or score marking. Jpee DIZY apring to mind...