Medication ID

We have complied a list of imprints and details of common opioid painkiller medicines (pills, tablets, and capsules). All imprints and details have been carefully compiled and verified by the Opiate Addiction and Treatment Resource. Some of the imprints listed may have been discontinued and there may be some new imprints that are not yet listed. Please email any corrections to [email protected]. We cannot guarantee all information is correct and are not responsible for any errors, omissions or falsehoods regarding drug information, including pill identification. All data pertaining to medicines and/or identification of pills should be confirmed by a licensed medical professional such as your doctor or pharmacist.

Below is a list of opioid drugs with some of their common brand names included in brackets below the name of the opioid. Clicking on a drug name will take you to a chart with identification information for medicines containing the specific drug. Here you will be able to browse through a chart that lists information including pill imprints, images, the name and country of the manufacturer, brand name, dosage formulation, color, shape, and other details.


(Suboxone, Subutex, Zubsolv)


(Tylenol with codeine #3, Codeine Contin)


(Duragesic, Actiq, Onsolis, Fentora, Abstral)


(Vicodin, Lortab, Norco, Vicoprofen)


(Dilaudid, Exalgo, Palladone, Hydromorph Contin)




(Methadose, Dolophine, Metadol)


(MS Contin, Avinza, Kadian, MS-IR, Oramorph)


(ReVia, Depade, Trexan)


(OxyContin, Percocet, Roxicodone, Percodan, Endocet, Roxicet, OxyIR)


(Opana, Opana ER)


(Talwin, Talacen)


(Darvon, Darcovet)


(Nucynta, Nucynta ER)


(Ultram, Ultram ER, Tramacet, Ryzolt)

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