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Purepac and Their Clonazepam

Posted by fenix on February 23, 2006, at 8:13:53

I believe strongly there is something amiss with Purepac's .5mg tablets. But _not_ their 1mg tablets.

I believe this for a number of reasons.

1) I was on Purepac's 1mg tablet a couple of years ago and it was extremely effective and potent. I just had to take one 1mg tablet once a day (for about three months) and it worked just fine. It lessened my anxiety by and extraordinary extent and made me sleep very well. I stopped taking it about a year and a few months ago.

2) A few weeks ago I was on Purepac clonazepam once again. However, this time I was on their .5mg tablets instead of their 1mg tablets. I was on one .5mg tablet three times a day. But it was not effective! Even though I was on a whole .5mgs more than I was on a couple of years ago, it was not potent at all! In fact, these .5mg tablets a)worsened my anxiety b)made my sleep worse and c)gave me apathy. And these tablets were by the same company.

3) The last reason I believe the .5mg Purepac tablets are, frankly, sh*t: after scouring the internet looking up stories of people having difficulty with Purepac clonazepam potency, many of them mentioned one thing: the tablet they were taking at the time was pink. Purepac's .5mg tablets was and are _pink_. Pink baby, pink.

Thus, concerning Purepac at least, I do _not_ believe that it is the dosage that matters but the _form_ of the pill you are taking by them (Purepac).

There is a connection here.




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