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    One side is blank. The non blank side has the A on the top, a line in the middle, and 215 on the bottom. I can't find what it is, any help would be appreciated. Some posts on this site say it's an Oxycodene, but I'm really not sure because I've never seen Oxycodene like this.

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    I'll answer my own question here. Took it last night and it's definitely an OxyContin. The strongest OC I've ever had is 20MG and this was as strong if not stronger. Looked all over Amede's website but couldn't find it. So I know what it is, but not the manufacturer. I'm still curious??

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    • #3
      It's Amide. These companies don't show every medication on their sites - maybe Amide hasn't updated the site recently.

      For confirmation, give the company a call at (973) 890-1440.

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      • #4
        Actually it is a Roxi 30mg. Take them myself.

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        • #5
          So what the hell is it a Roxy 30 mg or a oxycontin or a oxycodone?

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          • #6
            Try https://www.drugs.com/oxycodone.html

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            • #7
              This is one of the newer generics 30mgs Oxycodone immediate release, a generic for Roxicodone as tadiewadie said.



              theonlydynamo the difference is in the release of the medication, it's all Oxycodone, however Roxicet is an immediate release, and Oxycontin is a 12 hour extended release.



              My information is not guaranteed correct. I do not get them right all the time, but I do enjoy the hunt~

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by theonlydynamo View Post
                So what the hell is it a Roxy 30 mg or a oxycontin or a oxycodone?
                Whether the pills are oxy contins, roxy's , or percocet they are all oxycodones.. They are all above the hydrocodone family such as vicodin, loratab, norco, etc... hope this helps...

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