I was sold four pills as "anti anxiety pills" a few months ago, and I didn't take them because he didn't know the name of the drug. I have been looking all over the internet and can't find an exact match. One side of the pill has an imprinted horizontal line bisecting the circle over the imprint "1.2" with no units. The other side has a large capital "T" with a smaller "z" on top of the "T". So a T and a z overlapping, both in the center of the pill. I know that "TZ" usually indicates mirtazapine, but I can't find anything that matches or is even close. Thanks!
Small round white pill with "1.2" imprint and strange symbol?
Added 30 Nov 2015:
I know these aren't standardized, but the pill is smaller than an Ibuprofin, and much larger than a daily birth control pill. It is the same diameter as an over the counter Iron pill, but thinner in depth. Sorry I live in a dorm and have no ruler.
Don't buy pills this way you never can tell what it is there is no pill in our system with these numbers as it says.((Your search has turned up no results. This could be due to one of the following reasons:
The imprint code was not recognized by the Pill Identifier or it was entered incorrectly. Please try again, but this time only enter part of the code.
Your pill may be a generic copy or over-the-counter product that is not listed in the Pill Identifier.
The FDA requires that all prescription and OTC medications have to have number and letters so they are able to be id. Other wise it could be a vitamin,illegal drug,candy,energy pill PLEASE DON'T RISK IT DESTROY THESE PILLS and don't trust any source other than a doctor and Pharmacy. Many people have been hurt by pills like this that they are getting good about putting there own inprint on. also it could be a drug from a 3rd world country and that means also it could be anything.
get rid of it. Chuck1957
It iS Tizor etizolam pellets. Etizolam is a research chemical and is a trianodiazepine I believe, it is similar to alprazolam which is Xanax. It give very similar effects to Xanax and some even prefer it over Xanax. While it is still a research chemical in the U.S. It is legally prescribed it parts of Europe and Asia
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