What Pill Has Imprint A215?

All prescription pill form medications for pain or otherwise must have numbers and letters or emblems to identify what it is. The FDA states that for a pharmaceutical company or other medication manufacturers to legally provide medicines to be sold as either prescription medications or over-the-counter remedies to promote health and wellness must be marked.

No drug product in a solid oral dosage form may be introduced or delivered for introduction into interstate commerce unless it is marked or imprinted with a code. The code imprint means any single letter or number or any combination of letters and numbers, including, e.g., words, company name, and National Drug Code, or a mark, symbol, logo, or monogram, or a combination of letters, numbers, and marks or symbols, assigned by a drug firm to a specific drug product. (FDA)

Since all pills must be imprinted with a code to identify them, prescription opioid drugs in pill form have become popular for how they are marked, as well as for their potency. Drug users reference them via their etching. The most well-known combination of letters and numbers is A215. This pill is a prescription opioid pain killer known as Oxycodone. It can be called A’s or 215’s Oxys or blues. It is a small, round, blue-colored opioid pill that is very potent and can easily cause addiction and can also kill a person who has never used this strength of an opioid type of drug.

What Pill Has Imprint A215?

A215 Means 30mg of Oxycodone or Roxicet

Other famous pills that drug users know by imprint include benzodiazepines like Xanax or 3mg Xanax bars, green-colored rectangular-shaped bars and marked with’ 90 3′ or the 2mg Xanax bars which have ‘XANAX’ on one side and a big ‘2’ on the other. Other well-known pill codes include Dilaudid, which are small and round and orange or yellow-colored and have ‘4 P’ or ‘8 P’. Percocet is another sought-after opioid pain pill small and white-colored, either round or oblong-shaped, marked with a 10/325. All of these pills are addictive and can cause a person to overdose or get addicted quickly.

The A215 Oxycodone pills are easily the most illegally sought-after prescription opioid pill that is available. Many drug users prefer this opioid prescription pain killer because Oxycodone passes through the blood-brain barrier quicker than other opioid pain pills. The National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine publish information about the A215 Oxycodone pill. They emphasize how potent it is and that it has much the same effect that pure morphine has in terms of analgesia, which drug users experience as euphoria or “the high.” The NIH also points out that there is no ceiling effect to the A215 pill. In other words, it will keep working or getting a person high until they develop a tolerance.

Oxycodone hydrochloride tablet is an opioid analgesic. Each tablet for oral administration contains 30 mg of oxycodone hydrochloride USP. Oxycodone hydrochloride is a white, odorless crystalline powder derived from the opium alkaloid thebaine. The 30 mg tablets contain the equivalent of 27.0 mg of Oxycodone-free base. It is a pure agonist opioid whose principal therapeutic action is analgesia and has been in clinical use since 1917. Like all pure opioid agonists, there is no ceiling effect to analgesias, such as partial agonists or non-opioid analgesics. (NIH)

How Do I Stop Using A215 Oxycodone pills?

People who are using A215’s to get high or maintain their addiction to an opioid type of drug need medications and professional drug addiction treatment to get free of their habit. People who have become addicted to opioid drugs, even if they have valid prescriptions for the pain, are held hostage by the effects that continued use of opioids has on their bodies. After prolonged use of opioids, a person must use opioids every day to feel physical, emotionally, and mentally regular. If they do not use the A215 pills or another opioid like heroin, they will get very sick.

Our representatives can help you or a loved one get free from an addiction to opioids like the A215 oxy pill or heroin, or others. Our representatives will make all the necessary arrangements that include travel and transportation to a medication-providing opioid detox. They will discuss insurance and payment options and give around-the-clock support to the person who needs help until they are admitted into detox or at a treatment program.

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