I need to identify a baby blue (square pill) with capital A on one side only?
- 18 Jun 2012 by metsjets
A duane reade pharmacist could not identify... said it could be from overseas or canada possibly amphedimines... also not an over the counter medication from this country(usa)... need to identify urgently. Can anyone help ... again baby blue,square,A on one side only... no slash ! please help
Added 18 Jun 2012:
could it possibly be used to make illegal drugs...such as Meth ? need help ?
19 Jun 2012
Could it be an Altoid mint not a pill?
11 Jul 2012
It is a Wintergreen Sugar-Free Altoids Small mint. I have a can in my purse right now.
8 May 2014
I work in a lab, I just got some similar tablets, but they do not smell minty (as I know Altoids usually smell quite strong). Might be ecstasy tablets. Will know for sure after testing.
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