What Does Klonopin (Clonazepam) Look Like?

Klonopin is sold as a pressed pill that comes in a variety of colors. The colors and the corresponding imprint on the pill designate the dosage and the manufacturer. Knowing how to recognize corresponding colors, imprints, and dosages can help people identify Klonopin that is less likely to be fake.

Klonopin is the brand name for the benzodiazepine prescription drug clonazepam. 

It’s FDA-approved for the short-term treatment of seizure disorders like epilepsy and mental health disorders like panic disorders and panic attacks. It works by decreasing and balancing the levels of electrical activity in the brain and central nervous system.

Whether you’re using Klonopin as directed or as a drug of abuse, it’s important to know what it looks like to avoid dangerous counterfeit pills. The best way to receive the real thing is to get a prescription from your doctor.

What Does Klonopin Look Like?

Klonopin comes in a variety of strengths and colors, and each pill has a unique identifier and imprint. Most Klonopin tablets are round and can be blue, pink, yellow, white, green, or orange in color.


Klonopin is available as a round green tablet. It’s likely a 1 mg dosage, but the imprint on each tablet differs and may read:

  • 93 833
  • M C14
  • 833
  • C 14
  • TEVA


There are also white Klonopin tablets. They are typically round and can either come in 0.125 mg, 0.5 mg, 1 mg, or 2 mg strengths. The imprints on the pills differ depending on the manufacturer and strength and can include:

  • 0.125 mg: b 94 1/8
  • 0.5 mg: G CN 0.5, K7, 1/2 b96
  • 1 mg: b 97 1
  • 2 mg: 93 834, C 15 M, WATSON 748, 2 275, 2 KLONOPIN ROCHE


Klonopin can also be found as a round, yellow tablet and comes in both 0.5 mg and 1 mg pills. The imprints on each pill  differs and may read as:

  • 93 832
  • M C 13
  • WATSON 746
  • 273 .5
  • LOGO 34


There are also blue Klonopin tablets that are round in shape and 1 mg in strength. Some of the imprints on legitimate blue Klonopin tablets include:

  • WATSON 747
  • 1 274
  • 2531
  • 274
  • C 1
  • E 64
  • LOGO 67


You may also find an orange Klonopin pill that’s round in shape, 0.5 mg in strength, and has an imprint that reads “1/2 KLONOPIN ROCHE.”


There is also at least one form of a round, pink Klonopin tablet. It’s a 0.5 mg dose and the imprint on it reads “R 33.”

Side Effects Of Klonopin

Beyond what Klonopin looks like, it’s also important to know the side effects the drug can bring on. Klonopin can lead to several adverse effects, some of which are more common than others.

Some of the most common side effects of Klonopin include:

  • drowsiness
  • dizziness
  • lightheadedness
  • problems with coordination
  • difficulty thinking
  • muscle or joint pain
  • frequent urination
  • blurred vision

The serious side effects of Klonopin are rare. However, if they do occur you may need to contact a healthcare professional as soon as possible.

Serious side effects can include:

  • rash
  • hives
  • swelling of the eyes, lips, tongue, or throat
  • respiratory depression
  • difficulty swallowing
  • suicidal thoughts

Klonopin Abuse Potential

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies Klonopin as a Schedule IV controlled substance. This means it has a relatively low potential for abuse when compared to other habit-forming drugs. 

Despite the low potential, Klonopin abuse can still lead to dependence, drug addiction. And withdrawal symptoms after discontinuation.

Klonopin Overdose

One of the major risks of abusing Klonopin is an overdose. If you take more of the drug than your body can handle, or mix it with other drugs like opioids, an overdose can occur and lead to life-threatening symptoms. If left untreated, it can be fatal. 

Symptoms of a Klonopin overdose may include:

  • drowsiness
  • confusion
  • sedation
  • coma

Find An Addiction Recovery Program In Ohio

If you or a loved one are struggling with prescription drug abuse and looking for help in Ohio, Ohio Recovery Center is here for you. We offer a variety of addiction treatment options including everything from detox and inpatient drug rehab to aftercare support.

For more information on Klonopin addiction and the treatment programs available, please call our helpline today.

  1. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2013/017533s053,020813s009lbl.pdf
  2. National Library of Medicine: MedlinePlus https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/meds/a682279.html

Written by Ohio Recovery Center Editorial Team

Published on: August 18, 2023

© 2024 Ohio Recovery Center | All Rights Reserved

* This page does not provide medical advice.

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