the pill is white with a line to split it in half, no imprint whatsoever. about half the size of a dime. no clue what it may be. can anyone tell me? is it aspirin or something closer to an opiate? also it has no coating. id like to find out asap. thank you.
From all the information that I have and learned over time/ I do not believe that this is a U.S. drug... It is against the law in the US to dispense any medication that has absolutely no identifying #'s/marks and other identifyable, codes... etc. Must be a street drug of some sort, or it could very well be that the identifying marks have rubbed off due to getting wet/then drying out by being open to the enviroment/ drug is most certainly expired due to it's original script date and so on... I have found that if pills especially the smaller ones somehow get moisture to them and then dry out that would be the only other reason that this pill is un-identifyable... hope this helps... blaze22
It might also be something like an antiacid, especially if it is larger. I have seen some of those with no markings. Another possibility is a vitamin or supplement. Many of those are unmarked too because they dont fall under the stricter rules of medications. Blaze is right though. All drugs in the US are marked with identifying marks. It is also possible, as she said, that it is a street drug.
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