Trying to identify these pills. They look kind of similar to xanax, but have more of a rounded appearance on the ends and throughout each section. Any help?
These look like fake or foreign Xanax or Buspar...those are the only two meds I know of that come in tri-sected bars. Where'd you get them?
All medications (prescription and OTC) are required to have unique identifying marks (numbers, letters, symbols, etc) in the US and most other countries. So, if the tablets have no marks, they are not a legit substance. There is no way to know what is in it without a lab analysis.
Did any of you ever find out what this pill was? I have one too
= no I'd
what was it represented as?
I found tablets pretty identical to these in my partners shoe in a bottle with the label removed - he is now dead, so I can't ask what they are - is it worth me having them analysed out of curiosity or is that expensive? Thanks
Testing is not cheap. We have some older members that know more about it. Sorry about your friend
I've seen benzodiazepines that look exactly like that but we're green. Are you in the USA or Overseas?
I think the pic is on Pharmer so lemme go look and Ill post a link if it lets me or ill tell you what it is (if I am correct in thinking they look similar)..
Also, I was thinking the same as the other posters (Xanax or Buspar) but like mentioned earlierevery USA prescription pill must have identifying marks.
BRB lemme go look for that pill...........
I found the link I was looking for but like I remember it is dark green.
The pill I thought it looked like was Bromazepam.
Here is the link on Pharmer- http://www.pharmer.org/images/foreign/bromazepam