What Drug Used That Is in Pill Form Causes a Tingling Sensation When Placed in Your Mouth?

Question by Iris: What Drug used that is in pill form causes a tingling sensation when placed in your mouth?
Im a nurse and know my prescription drugs, but I can say I know much about the drugs are illegal and abused. What White plain pill tingles on your tongue that one of the effect it has is excessive hunger and food intake? Any ideas? Thanks ahead of time!
CORRECTION It Numbs your tongue on contact, not Tingle- also little sleep- and excessive thirst. All suggestions are helpful- thank you all

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Answer by Deep Thinker
Could it be something like Albuterol. I know it causes hunger. Here are some pictures. Hope it helps, if not …sorry.


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