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Pill Identifier
#11
Here is one that will ID pills from outside of the us and non fda

http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/pillimage/search.php
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#12
You guys are hysterical
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#13
Great find Whatapain ...

But the offer still goes ..

Anybody having a hard time with this pill ID stuff, just send it to me or Zander and we'll put to test .... lol
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justly assists readily, 
adventures boldly, 
takes all patiently,
defends courageously
and continues a friend unchangeably.


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#14
(05-07-2015, 05:08 PM)Zander Wrote: This is a nice tool for identifying pills, the best I've found. You just fill in the info, such as imprint, shape and color; then click the purple "Search" box. If there is no imprint just leave it blank. On shapes there is a drop down box with templates of all pill shapes, just click on the one that fits.  This gives good and detailed information.

http://www.drugs.com/imprints.php

Been using this site for a couple of years now and I love it! While they are lacking in certain pills and at least one company I know of. They don't have a single Helex alp listed, not .25-1mgs. Also Krka Pharma doesn't exist in drugs.coms eyes when it's definitely a legit pharmaceutical company.

(09-15-2015, 03:28 AM)selfless-desires Wrote:
(05-07-2015, 05:08 PM)Zander Wrote: This is a nice tool for identifying pills, the best I've found. You just fill in the info, such as imprint, shape and color; then click the purple "Search" box. If there is no imprint just leave it blank. On shapes there is a drop down box with templates of all pill shapes, just click on the one that fits.  This gives good and detailed information.

http://www.drugs.com/imprints.php

Been using this site for a couple of years now and I love it! While they are lacking in certain pills and at least one company I know of. They don't have a single Helex alp listed, not .25-1mgs. Also Krka Pharma doesn't exist in drugs.coms eyes when it's definitely a legit pharmaceutical company.

Also they don't show the ksalol .25-1mgs either. Galenika pharm is also not listed.
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#15
(09-21-2015, 12:41 PM)Toker Wrote: Here's another good resource for identifying pills.

- hxxp://www.pharmer.org/imprints


Regards,  T

Honestly it doesn't even compare when it comes to the original link. The one you provided is very lacking in terms of pictures as well as companies producing. With that being said it is easier to read all at once.
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#16
(11-04-2015, 02:49 AM)IvorTheEngineDriver Wrote: Looking for a pill identifier that can identify something for me. It is pink small and round and is supposed to be an #2 ax. It was a present and I'm assuming it is home pressed but any help would be appreciated. Also if the job of Pill Identifier hasn't been filled by Ice or Zander, I was wondering where to send my resume. Good day all. Tongue

I guess I should add that I have tried most if not all of the websites listed so far. Thanks again
Does it have any sort of imprint? How does this pill break?
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#17
I wouldn't bother Ivor. I know what exactly what pill you're taking about. I know where you got it, a good vendor who sent me a sample pack of those and they are trash.

Hi selfless! =)
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#18
Hey Zander!

Sounds like someone I know as well and completely blank blister is a no go for me no matter what.
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#19
(08-18-2015, 04:37 AM)whatapain Wrote: Here is one that will ID pills from outside of the us and non fda

http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/pillimage/search.php

WOW, a blast from the past. Does anyone remember the good old Pillbox pharm from many yrs. back?
They sure were popular back then.
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#20
Thanks for the links guys.Every now and then I need to look something up so this will come in handy.
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