Bottles are sealed, cotton intact, name on bottle is CHLORPROMAZINE and they are reddiish=orange in color, round in shape and the imprints read USV on one side and 50 on the other side...
These are ancient, old thorazine tablets. There is a DEA drug take back day coming up. Go onto the DEA website and get the date and find out where in your area there is a drop off and get rid of them. they are no longer any good. the chemicals can change because they are old and most likely have lost any potency they once had. It is best to just dispose of them and giving them to a place collecting for the drug take back day is safest. if you dont want to do that then open the bottle and put the pills in an unpalatable substance like used kitty litter and then dispose of them in the trash.
- Chlorpromazine Information for Consumers
- Chlorpromazine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Chlorpromazine (detailed)
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