can folic acid be mistaken for oxycotin for there is no writing on the pill. It is tellow and round with no writing and no line to break it.
Oxycontin is currently manufactured by only Purdue and each tablet is clearly marked: Number on one side indicates milligram value. Other side has OP to indicate Oxycontin Purdue as the means to differenciate from older generic equivelents that were marked OC, OxyContin. Purdue restored patent rights by creating only legal, anti-abuse feature, identical active ingredients in pill form that prevents ability to crash through extended release by crushing. OP formula cannot be abused by snorting, injection or bypassing timed release. Other drugs and supplements may have similar shape and color, but Oxycontin will always include distinctive markings.
You can type in "folic acid" in the search box at the top of this page, and scroll down to where it shows you photographs of folic acid pills. Do the same for OxyContin, and you can compare for yourself.
I just went and looked at the folic acid pills, and the smaller ones look quite similar to my OxyCodone (NOT oxycontin), except the OxyCodone are blue and the folic acid are yellow.
I realize you asked this question a long time ago, but I also see that no one has ever answered - so here you go!
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