I picked up my generic clonazepam .5 mg today from the pharmacy and it looked different than the Teva brand generic I'm used to getting. It was an orange pill with 1 on top and 2 on bottom. I took it and it did not work the same as the Teva clonazepam, which is very similar to the brand Klonopin. I called the pharmacist and she said it was from Intas Pharmacuticals, which is located in India...whatever is in this medication is not the same. I returned the bottle to the pharmacy and paid the difference to get the Klonopin brand.
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