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I THINK, it's Watson that is the best. They are yellow caplets. Kroger usually has them. Don't go to Walmart, I find their generic in most things has trashy binders (like Mallincoyt brand) Well, I guess the yellow are the 10/325 mg's, but I think that is probably what you're talking about. I don't know exactly what the binders are, but the Mallincoyt (sp) always makes me sick. And it's not just me, and my pharmicist said, it's not just me, there was a recent outage here of Watson - but no one would buy the Mallincoyt. Good luck.
Medications are a business like any other. Pharmaceutical companies usually have their own recipes for the manufacturing of generic medications. Norco is simply hydrocodone with 325 mg of acetaminophen added for additional pain relief. Whatever else that goes into the manufacturing process is up to them.
Have a great day,
The Sweetest Hippy,
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