Found some Oblong/oval peach colored pills in my son's drawer, no imprints. Any ideas what this could be?
What is this oblong/oval peach pill - with no imprint?
Question posted by balbanese on 28 April 2013
Last updated on 15 August 2019
A pill with no imprint,is either a vitamin or a bootleg pill. But why dont you just ask him and see if you belive his answer... but I'am sorry to hear that this happened to you.truely i am billy. This is a parents nightmare. if you wanna pm me and chat im here for you... pete
I'm with our my pals Masso and Lara on this. Xanax is clearly marked, unless its imprint has been licked away. If there's no ID it must be something sold at a convenience store. Doesn't mean there isn't reason for concern, but with your history, you're the guru of such things. Hope all is well.
The FDA requires for pills/caplets/capsules, etc. to have an imprint, prescription and non prescription.
Besides without the imprint it is impossible to identify pills/caplets/capsules online.
Your pill could be a vitamin, a diet/herbal/energy pill, llicit or a foreign pill.
Perhaps if you show it to your pharmacist/chemist, he/she may be able to id it.
Hi B, is it possible that your son is taking any supplements?
I'll ask around to see if that is some sort of abused drug, but I'd guess that your son would never abuse anything! : )
Is is scored in the middle? Like football shaped? If so, sounds like alprazolam (xanax) 0.5 mg manufactured by Greenstone. That's exactly what mine looked like, no imprint.
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