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Alex Says:
 
I went to go pickup my generic xanax script at a new pharmacy, they charged only 20$ for 90 2mg, so I could not say no to that, the next day I picked it up and the pill was bar shaped with round edges, scorerd to break into .5mg doses like all, excluding dava, are the only imprint is the number 11. It certainly taste like xaxa, as I have used a number of generics, but can not identify this odd, round edge alprazolam pill. Please help

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Murd3rWrap Says:
 
If you got them from a pharmacy you have nothing to worry about.

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Minoguesque Says:
 
How could anyone 'down' my last post in this thread? I gave the perfect solution to unsatisfactory dispensing! Pharmacists when confronted with prescriptions stating 'alprazolam tabs 2mg tds' are obliged to fill with the cheapest generic in stock - my suggestion that you insist the doctor write your Rx form and endorse with a specific brand/make/generic according to quality or to your personal preference - often certain things contain binders and fillers which affect bioavailability and therefore efficacy - is the PERFECT solution to any problems! I would have thought that the majority and quite a number as well would have appreciated that information that a pharmacy is obliged to dispense AS WRITTEN ON PRESCRIPTION therefore 'XANAX' will produce that brand and 'please dispense Greenstone Products alprazolam' will ensure that you are dispensed that excellent (unfortunately the only excellent Anerican generic!) make. It doesn't hurt that Greenstone is majority owned by PFIZER and UPJOHN and that their tablets are almost identical to the branded XANAX (and indeed, their triazolam is in my opinion the same tablet as the famous blue 'UPJOHN 17' HALCION brand 250mcg tablet.)

Make sure that your pharmacist is left in no doubt as to what your doctor wishes you to be dispensed; it might be for quite important clinical reasons, so they MUST follow the instructions on the prescription and dispense the brand or generic which is stated on the form! It should never take longer than a day or so for the pharmacy to receive the desired drug from their wholesalers. As I said, I have insisted on the Roche brand of clonazepam (Rivotril - 'Klonopin' in one country) for years now as the generic does not have the same effect or efficacy.

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Morgan Says:
 
It seems there are enough posts that confirm this is a store generic pill, try and see how you feel. It is helps than you are fine...if not, ask for another generic pill or go to another pharmacy...they all order different generic pills. Swallowing these pills is the easy part, try getting off them resuming normal life. Talk about HARD!!! I had no idea your body gets so dependent on them...I have to cut my dosage slowly and step down over a period of months. I am using this website as well to keep me informed and help me through the process: benzoaddictionsupport.com/quitting-xanax/how-to-quit-xanax-for-good

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nycgirl17 Says:
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they are 2mg xanax and they are good too. Promise they are xani

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minoguesque Says:
 
The bars with 'ALP' imprint are what is possibly the best brand in the entire world, ALPLAX by Gador, SA of ARGENTINA.
These are my ANXIOLYTIC of choice. They have to be obtained privately since the Argentinian Pharmacy Act 2010 banned export of all medicines.

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Austin Says:
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They are real and do the same as any other generic. Best I have had was the one bar that said Xanax and a 2 on the back those are real Xanax everything else is generic but all work the same some are stronger to you because they are either extended release or rapid release but when it all boils down it's the benzo that it says it is which is alpro gl.

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cat Says:
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White oblong pill looks exactly like Xanax four squares on both sides A L P on one side.. help.. got these in Texas anyone seen these??

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there real Says:
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hey guys, relax. They are real.if you go to the website listed in the post 19 just above here. Enter the website, click on sitemap in the right hand corner at the top.that will open another page.then click on products. that page will open and then scroll to the bottom.you will see the annex 2 milligram bars.click on that and it will show you a picture of the prescription bottle and a picture of both sides of the pill.it also has an option to enlarge.I hope that helps!!

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J mo Says:
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I have ordered pills of xanax, several times and pills that have fake prints could be the strongest xanax ive had and it can be fake depends on the manifacturer ... But the 11s dont hit the hardest n have a weaker taste more like valium.. But its a xanax bar!

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DillonLove Says:
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If you ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO HAVE NAME BRAND MEDS, ask your doctor to note that on your prescription. Just know that you will have to pay more for the name brand, and if for some reason your physician does not mark your prescription as "fill only name brand", then you will almost always get the generic brand, even if you ask for the name brand to be filled when you go to the pharmacy. However, you can call around to different pharmacies to see which generic brands they do carry. I myself have noticed that some generic medications work better for me than other generic brands of the same medication. Some pharmacies carry several brands of generic and will allow you to take your pick. I hope this helps.

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EDDY Says:
 
XANAX is in your mind, actually takes over the Brain. I am happy with what the pharmacy gives, always subject to change!

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Tictax Says:
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Has anybody noticed the greenstone 2mg g3722 bars that appear to be high quality however they are much thicker, the imprint is deeper, and if you look close a different center score mark. Any info would be appreciated.

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D medley Says:
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I am new at all of this ordering medication through the net and was exclusively working with retail pharmacies. Now I'm lost and sick. I live in Portland I was hoping some kind soul could offer advice. Thank you.

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ZAN NEX Says:
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I call them pancakes but thats NYC term for em- they're good

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minoguesque Says:
 
What I do not understand is why on earth do you not tell your doctor to write the prescription for a certain brand of whatever drug you are needing, if you find that random generics are no good? In the USA this is especially essential in the case of alprazolam, as the quality of USA-made alprazolam is in the main, absolutely appalling. I know of only brand name Xanax and the Greenstone generic that are anywhere close to being acceptable, as we would see it here in Europe. I have tried many US generics and they are almost all complete garbage, weak and ineffective. A pharmacist is tied to what a doctor writes on a prescription form. So when I get my clonazepam, I get the doctor to write 'Rivotril tabs 2mg (Roche Products)' rather than simple 'clonazepam tabs 2mg', as I find them far better than the generic alternative.
So ask for 'alprazolam tabs 2mg (Greenstone products)' or 'Xanax tabs 2mg', which will mean that the pharmacist MUST fill with the brand Xanax as stated on the form.
I certainly would never leave the choice of my medications in the hands of a pharmacist who receives a form with simply the generic name on the prescription just in case I received a brand that did not agree with me, or was substandard compared with my preferred brand - the pharmacist is then free to dispense whatever, usually the cheapest, s/he decides to dispense.

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Deedah Says:
 
I know. Same thing happened to me... I went to a different pharmacy because my regular one didn't have any xanax in stock so I went somewhere else and these (the white with 1 1 imprinted on it) really are SO WEAK COMPARED TO EVERY OTHER GENERIC.. I know because I've tried them all over the years. But now I am suck with these horrible pills for a whole month. I AM GUNA BE SCREWED FOR A MONTH! I've just never experienced anything like this.. I wish you could "return" or "exchange" pills back to the pharmacy lol :(

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Deedah Says:
 
BY THE WAY PEOPLE - YES the white with 1 1 on it is real. Got it from a major USA pharm. However, I have taken every kind of generic and I agree with the people who said this feels weaker than the other white ones. Which does not make any sense because they are all the same 2mg and white (GREEN ARE TIME-RELEASED PEOPLE!!!! That's why they work/feel different than the white ones...)

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Bob Says:
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They r 2 mg zannys an they r good ones.

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Bob Says:
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There 2mg zannys. Good ones too

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Brett Says:
 
What state do you,live in. I gotta get mine today. Let me know if you are in the LA Orange County area


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