Rajive is correct. Even samples should have an expiration date printed or stamped somewhere on the packaging. If the sample is in a box try looking on the ends of the box. Even if the pills are just in a foil "pop out" package, the date is ususally stamped somewhere on the package so just look carefully for the expiration date. If you are still unable to find a date, it may be best just to discard them rather than take a chance.
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