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  • Small Round Pale Blue Pill No Markings, Slightly Speckled, To Aid Sleep/anxiety

    Please help me ID these pills, I am told they are possibly from asia or thailand and that they are sleeping tablets. They certainly aid sleep anyway i can tell you that! They have no inprints or markings and are not scored. They are a very pale blue and appear to have blue speckles although this is not obvious unless you look very closely. They are very tiny, only around 5-6mm wide, the top and bottom are rounded. Please if you have any info on this pill or if you require any further info in order to identify it please let me know. Regards, fiona x x

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    Last edited by Anonymous; 06-27-2016, 11:32 PM.

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    I have found the exact same pill. It belongs to my partner and I know he has been taking some kind of sleeping aid, downer etc. he calls them Blueys or 'Diazi's' but I doubt even he has a clue what he is taking! These are certainly not prescribed. Id like to know exactlyt what these pills are!

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      Diazepam

      Looks like a poor quality 10mG valium (diazepam)-I'm sure thats what it is.Thats why he calls them diazeys or whatever.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kell11 View Post
        Looks like a poor quality 10mG valium (diazepam)-I'm sure thats what it is.Thats why he calls them diazeys or whatever.
        Just wondering how you can say, "I'm sure thats [sic] what it is." An unmarked, unscored, blue-speckled round tablet could be anything. My unmarked, unscored, blue-speckled round tablet could be (and most likely is) something totally different than my neighbor's unmarked, unscored blue-speckled round tablet. Unmarked, blue-speckled, unscored, and round all could be used to describe a breath mint, and being told that something is a sleep aid could very well provide the nice placebo effect of aiding sleep after it is ingested.

        Calling something a "diazey" doesn't mean that it's a diazepam. A diazepam tablet would have markings (at least one made in the US or Canada, I can't say for sure that one manufactured in another country would, but I find it hard to believe that a legit drug made anywhere would be this nondescript). I can call my parakeet a "bald eagle," too, but that doesn't make him one....

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