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Although the old formulation could be produced until January 1, 2014, no effort was made to remove the old formulation from circulation after that date. So, there might be instances where one pharmacy has both formulations on its shelves at the same time. Fioricet with codeine puts an additional 30 milligrams of codeine into the tablet.
The inactive ingredients in Fioricet tablets include povidone, crospovidone, magnesium stearate, cornstarch, FD&C blue number 1, stearic acid, pregeletinized starch and microcrystalline cellulose. The inactive ingredients when you <a href="http://buyingfioricetnow.org/">Buy Fioricet</a> capsules are stearic acid, talc, titanium dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate, FD&C red number 40, FD&C yellow number 6, FD&C blue number 1 microcrystalline cellulose and gelatin.
Fioricet tablets are round, uncoated, light blue in color, and have the name "Fioricet" plus a stylized "S" on one side of the tablet, and three heads in profile on the opposite side of the tablet. There are no score lines on these tablets.
The capsules of this medication are light blue, with the name "Fioricet" printed in black twice on the top portion of the capsule, and the three heads in profile logo printed twice in black on the lower portion of the capsule.
This drug is not considered a controlled substance by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) or the FDA.
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