The pill is oblong in shape dark green with a white center band. It has an L on one end and a 1 on the other. The center is a solid white pill with no markings. The dark green part is like a gel covering which sorta looks like it may have been taken off one or two other pills which would explain the exposed white center band. Can anyone help me to identify this pill?
I've come accross the answer for this before, but do you think I can find it now!
It is an OTC headache remedy.
It is either acetaminophen by itself, or a mix with aspirin and caffeine.
Will keep hunting and let you know when I find it again.
Apologies for being so vague, but just wanted to put your mind to rest it wasn't anything nasty!
This pill is Extra Strength Headache Relief (acetaminophen 250 mg / aspirin 250 mg / caffeine 65 mg), a generic version of Excedrin Extra Strength Express Gels.
There is an image of the pill on the package at
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