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Painkiller tablets with a braille contents description on the packet. These are marketed as codeine phosphate in a 30 milligram packet. They contain the alkaloid codeine (methylmorphine), which is obtained from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). These pills are used in the treatment of coughs, diarrhoea, pain and irritable bowel syndrome.
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