Watson 3202 Hydrocodon 5mgs

Discussion in 'Hallucinatory Substances' started by VLRD.Kush, Apr 13, 2012.


    VLRD.Kush Well-Known Member

    Just had a bursa removed from my knee yesterday and they gave me some Watson 3202 5mgs. I'm seasoned when it comes to pills but have always had this debate/ discussion with friends about what the speckles are on painkillers. These have red/pink specks on them, but I have seen other codeine pills (percocetes, morphine, loratabs, ect) with blue, green, and different color speckles on them.

    My question, what are the speckles exactly?

    2fast92 Well-Known Member

    It's just for identification purposes. I think it makes it look like candy.

    morfin56 New Member

    As 2fast said its just for identification.
    What you have is basically vicodin with less acetaminophen(the bad stuff).

    Even though I hate pills, I like those.
    Very addicting, very good feeling. :bigjoint:

    VLRD.Kush Well-Known Member

    I can't stand pills, mainly bc of my brother and his shitty addiction.... fucking junkie. They wrote me a 'script for 60 and I've only taken fucking 4 of them. 2 last night before I went to the bars (holy god what a night. hahah woke up on my buddies couch with out a clue of what happened), and then 2 today. Pretty sweet that I don't need them.

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