Recently bought 10 pills claiming to be 'bootleg valium 45mg equivalent', they are large blue capsules with absolutely no markings on them whatsoever, save for some tiny round indentations around the top of one of the ends. Does anyone have any ideas what this could be? I know they contain some kind of benzo's, and they were from a company called 'ultrablues' that no longer seems to exist... so I am understandably cautious!
I have no idea what 45 mg valium looks like. I do have 10mg pills however and they are a light blueish green color with a marking down the middle for cutting in half and there are letters and numbers on the back. I think there is a pill identifier on this site you might want to check out. BE CAREFUL! Pls ck these pills out bf you take one. And if they are 45mg valiums, geez, you might be knocked out. I take 10mg twice a day and its just enough to relax me during the day and help me sleep at night.
and you should be cautious, not only because the company is out of business now, but the fact that you would have to have EACH pill analyzed in order to make all had the same powder in them, analyzation would be the only way to figure out what is in there. The FDA, DEA and US customs agencies are really cracking down on these fly by night online companies, throw them away, for you own good.
I would not trust them, I suggest you take the pills to your local pharmacy so they can be dispossed of or as Patti mentions have them analyzed.- They claim it is valium, but again I do not trust them.
Their site is not very helpful, I wanted to call them but there is no phone Nº.-
All the best,
- Valium Information for Consumers
- Valium Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Valium (detailed)
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