White pill with collins written on it. Design of what couls be a seashell as well. Any idea's what this is?
17 Jun 2004
What kind of white pill? Round, oblong or capsule?
I've seen plenty of posts with a logo that might be a "seashell" design made by Collins in Mexico. Others describe it as a "turkey" or "Indian head dress"!
So far everything I've read points to SOMACID - 350 mg carisoprodol - if the pill is white and round.
Collins has a website, but I got lost. Too flashy and kept loading. No descriptions for the meds either. But the company's logo definitely looks like a bird or turkey to me. :D
Maybe check it out?
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