found these in daughters bookbag
Most pills that do not have an ID marks are supplements of some kind. Vitamins, minerals, and other supplements like melatonin, lysine, etc. are often just white smooth pills with no markings. Anything with medicine, be it over the counter or prescription has to have identifying markers. Supplements fall under a different category and do not have this rule. The only other thing is that it could be something illegal of foreign made. Ask her what they are. There is no way to ID them without chemical analysis. Even a pharmacist cant ID anything with no markers without doing an expensive chemical analysis.
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