I take this med too. I have had them in green. In fact the name brand used to be green and tear shaped. There is also a pink version of this pill. Right now I have the white oval ones. I have noticed something and I wonder if you are getting this too. I'm having a problem when the pharmacy switches the generic brand. The pink ones were so weak that my doc had to double my Toprol and Lasix dosages. Then when I got the white oval ones they were so strong I had to break them in half. My blood pressure went too low. It went so low I was feeling faint, with a minimal of activity. But now after 5 weeks of the white oval ones, my BP is going up, so the doc wants me to start to take the whole pill. I just tried that tonight. I admit that I'm hypersensitive to almost any drug, but this is ridiculous. I read some where that when it comes to heart meds the pharmacies should stick to the same brand. Of course try and tell that to a pharmacy. Another fact that is becoming clearer with the help of the Internet is that not all drugs are equal. Recently someone else asked a question about different brands of Valium. This person noticed 1 brand in particular is stronger than almost any others, and I too noticed that about 15 years ago when I was on Valium. Again, try and tell this to docs and pharmacies, and you get called crazy. But I now see with the help of the Net, that I am not the only one who notices this.
If you have the same green Losartan I had I think they are about the same as the white pills. It's the round pink ones that were weaker. Still, if you don't feel quite right after 3 or 4 days, get someone to check your BP. If it's too high or too low you will have to make an adjustment in something. But I think you're gonna be alright.