it is a oblong yellow pill. It has 36 01 on one side and a cursive V on the other side. Any help would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
Its generic vicodin, !0mg hydrocodone, 325 ng acetaminophen
OUCH! NO it is not. Vicodin is 5mg hydrocodone with 500mg paracetamol.
This is Vintage/Qualitest's generic version of NORCO made by Watson. 10mg of hydro, 325mg apap.
Anyways, why use these at all? DICODID is 10mg pure hydrocodone, and anyone who has read many of my posts on the subject will know that I am intolerant of paracetamol, so Vicodin would be OUT. 325mg I can handle, but it does not provide nearly enough hydrocodone for an effective dose. 3 x 10mg Dicodid DOES.
"NEVER ingest anything unless you are 100% sure what it is."
Gaucho are you from the US? I've never heard of dicodid. If it is from the US it is obviously schedule II due to no apap and not everyone is intolerant of tylenol so that could be the reason for taking the norco(easier to have a doc write for). You used the word paracetamol so i would assume your not from the US. You are correct though is is generic norco not generic vicodin. Also in my opinion this is the best generic norco 10 they make.
a canuck perhaps?
or British Isles or somewhere else in the Great Kingdom of Britannia
What is paracetamol, exactly? I have seen on a few sites claiming "Buy Paracetamol:Works Better Than Hydrocodone".
its a 10mg norco
paracetamol is another word for acetaminophen aka tylenol. It is usually used everywhere but in the USA as far as i remember.
paracetamol is just acetaminophen