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Q: I was sold these pills that were called "White Arrows" a few months ago. I felt a slight rush for about 2 hours, but thats it. They were about the same size as Blue Mystic pills, but had a picture of a white arrow (hence the name) drawn on it, and was white. I think they were either 2-CB's or 2-C-T7's but im not really sure. Do you know what it was?

A: There are white tablets marked with a white arrow which contain 400 mg Aspirin and 32 mg Caffeine. It is not uncommon to find them sold as Ecstasy because they are marked in a way which can easily be passed off as an imprinted Ecstasy tablet. If you experienced nothing more than a mild rush it's quite possible this is what you got.

You can see an image of an Anacin tablet under "Arrows" on our Ecstasy pills page at :



Asked By : Vin
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 1 / 2 / 2001
Last Edited Date : 1 / 2 / 2001
Question ID : 1716

Categories: [ MDMA (Ecstasy) ] [ Aspirin ]

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