looking for 325 mg asperin that are not coated.
The bottle should say if the aspirin is enteric coated or not. Usually uncoated aspirin is white and chalkier in appearance where the enteric coated are smoother and shinier. Either kind can be white but many enteric coated aspirin are orange in color. I hope this helps some. If you search aspirin in the drug A-Z section at the bottom of the description there should be a link that shows images of aspirin so you could see actual pictures.
I was looking on the pill identifier they show the 81mg strength which of course is not what you are talking about they are orange in color and are small, the 325mg aspirin that you are talking about I found various pictures of what they look like the website is https://www.drugs.com/imprints php? action search
they are usually coated and they are also used as an anti-inflammatory type drug.
To sum it up, the 325mg aspirin that has enteric coating is round and orange and comes with various imprints depending on manufacterer. The 325mg noncoated can be seen at:
There are some 9 pages of pictures and the coated as well as uncoated are shown. The description under each tells the number of milligrams, etc.
As far as aspergum, I don't know what milligrams it comes in, so you would have to ask the pharmacist about that. There are chewable aspirins though that you can view at:
They only come in 81 mg dose.
Hope this helps,
- Aspirin Information for Consumers
- Aspirin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aspirin (detailed)
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