White pill: Who is Quinine?

RTE 1.00 The white pill is a white powder that is sold by many pharmacies in the UK as a generic alternative to a generic brand of the same brand.

It has been prescribed to people who do not have access to the brand, which is what the white pill comes from.

It is also sold by the manufacturer, which has been accused of misleading consumers.

It can cause a headache and nausea but is less harmful than fentanyl pills.

However, it is less potent than fentanyl and has been linked to a number of deaths.

The white pills have a different packaging to fentanyl pills which are made up of two identical tablets, each with a different label.

There is no indication on the label that the white pills are fentanyl.

They can be purchased online and in pharmacies but are not widely available.

What is the main problem with the white powder?

1.0 The white powder is a generic form of the brand name fentanyl.

This is not a problem for the generic drug market as it has not been a major seller for years.

However in the last three years, the white brand has become a major issue in the NHS.

It was responsible for almost 40% of all drug-related deaths in the country between April 2015 and April 2020.

The number of fentanyl-related overdoses was up by 70% from the same period last year, with nearly 1,000 people dying from a fentanyl overdose in the year to April.

The White pills are sold in two varieties: generic white powder and white powder with a blue label.

What are the side effects?

1 the generic white pill and the white powdered are both prescribed by the same manufacturer, Covid Pharmaceuticals.

However the generic White pill contains a different brand of drug, known as Nexium.

It contains the same active ingredients, including fentanyl, and has a much lower risk of serious side effects compared with the generic fentanyl.

However there are concerns that this generic drug has not shown any safety benefits over the generic opioid.

The generic white powders are sold by different companies.

Who is using them?

1 in every 100 people who use the white drug has a serious overdose.

This figure is almost twice as high as the figure for people who are prescribed the generic brand.

Who should not use them?

It is important to note that while the white powder is used by people with severe drug-use problems, it does not appear to be a significant risk for most people.

This may be because the white medication is administered to people on low incomes who are often living in poverty, and it is only sold to those with the highest need.

However for the vast majority of people, the side-effects of the white pharmaceutical are very minor and should not cause serious problems.

What can I do if I have an overdose?

1 if you or someone you know has an overdose, call 999 or call the Samaritans on 116 123.

You may need to give your name, address and mobile number.

They will then take you to the nearest hospital.

If the dose of fentanyl is too low to prevent an overdose and the overdose has not stopped, you may need more powerful drugs.

If you do not know if you are in danger, do not use the pill at all.

If possible, seek immediate medical attention and contact your GP.

What do I do in the event I am at risk of an overdose: Do not drive or cycle or be near other people if you have a high dose of a drug.

Take a sleeping pill or something that will slow down the absorption of the drug.

If there is any doubt about your wellbeing or your ability to survive in a high-risk environment, seek emergency medical help.