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Valium

™ a brand of diazepam used as a tranquillizer
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The deadly toll of the fake Valium "Blue Plague" was first exposed in a series of Daily Record stories.
San Dionisio, Paranaque City was found to be conatining 37,820 tablets of Valium, 1,290 tablets of Temazepam, and 6.
Itong mga human rights [advocates], bilihan mo lang na ng medisina na pang-kalma - Valium.
Before going to Mr Young's home he bought the valium tablets from a dealer outside the town's library.
Thomas admits stamping on his friend's head causing a fatal brain injury but blamed the attack on taking 75 Valium.
The Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a recall notice for all 5mg tablets in 50-tablet blister packs of Valium manufactured by Roche (VTX: ROG) after the company notified the TGA that it had found evidence of tampering, the Australian Government's department reported on Wednesday.
Millions of fake Valium pills are believed to be in circulation in Scotland.
Temporary Detective Inspector Colin Ritchie said: "It is believed that all five of these men admitted to hospital have taken a drug called Blue Valium.
Wills said he believed he had been given Valium, a form of tranquilliser, and this had reacted with the alcohol he had DRUNK.
Since his arrest, more than three weeks ago, the man is said to have been caught with unlicensed Valium.
So last summer I attempted suicide by taking 50 Valium pills," the Daily Star quoted her as telling Now magazine.
Kieran Rainey, defending, said Hipkins resorted to burglary to fund his pounds 30 to pounds 40-a-day habit of Valium tablets.