It is supposed to be a Clonazepam 1 mg pill, however it has no imprint other than a score on one side to break in half. They were ordered thru mail from India. They came in legit looking foil packages of 10 per package, with each pill seperated in it own bubble. They are about 1/4" in diameter, pretty much smaller than a typical clonopin. They are a dull yellow color, have no imprint except for the score on one side. They taste similar to clonazepam but don't leave a lingering "minty" aftertaste. BRD Medilab is the manufacturer. I am wondering if these are real before i take anything that could be something besides clonopin. I have searched Google images and the pill identifier site and found nothing that looks like these. They are highly generic if they are real.
The FDA recommends against purchasing prescription medications online. There is a greater risk of problems as some websites will sell cheap prescription and over-the-counter drugs that may not be safe.
Above is the recommendation from the FDA. As far as your tablet goes, all I can do is check the BRD website and say that yes they do make a clonazepam tablet. As Indian companies are not regulated by the FDA there is no guarantee that the medicine you receive is what it is supposed to be. We have had lots of cases reported in the forums here of people not quite satisfied. It is really a case of buyer beware, you might be lucky and then again you might not.
- Clonazepam Information for Consumers
- Clonazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clonazepam (detailed)
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