Last November, Christina Craig died after taking a fake Diazepam (Valium) pill. The tablets were known as ‘Blue Plague’. She was the fourth in a group of six friends in Glasgow to lose her life to what she believed to be . Scottish police estimate that there could be millions of fake Valium pills on the streets. Why is there a thriving market for the drug? Why aren’t users getting it on prescription? Valium, also known as Diazepam (Valium), is part of a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It’s a sedative recommended for short-term treatment only because it can quickly become addictive. Valium isn’t usually prescribed for longer than two to four weeks at a time, and some GPs are uncomfortable prescribing it at all.
OW TO USE DIAZEPAM 10MG
This medication should not be chewed or crushed they must be swallowed whole with water. Please take care not to exceed the dosage and always store your medication far away from children. It is recommended that Diazepam 10 mg tablets should only be used by adults over 18 years old.
WHEN TO BE CAUTIOUS BEFORE TAKING DIAZEPAM 10MG
We would like to recommend you consult your doctor before buying this medication if:
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