i found a bag of pills in my sons room. they are white, barrell shaped. but have no markings or imprints. i was wondering if you could tell me what they were
They are about the size of a dime. they almost look like mints. but aern't?
- 10 Apr 2010 by plowman12
- 10 April 2010
Often pills that have no markings,symbols,numbers, or letters inscripted on them, tend to be some type of dietary supplement. That is unless the inscriptions have been removed or tampered with in one way or another. It would help to know wether or not these or "tablets" or "capsules". The only true way to know what the substance is, would be to have an independent lab analyze it. Again, the information provided leaves a whole array of possibillities. One way to give yourself some comfort about what these "pills" may be is to simply ask your child and to purchase a drug test from the drug store and administer it to your child.
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