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xanax peach color 604
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It says 604 on it. Is this a generic xanax? I didn't think peaches were the same size and shape as footballs. Considering they are different mgs. ## Well, the first thing you need to be aware of is that the size, shape and color aren't dictated by the dosage or anything in particular. Those details are purely up to the whit and whim of the manufacturer. They can easily make it bigger, if they wish, by just changing the amount or type of inactive ingredients used, they can only go so small with something due to the dosage, but that's about their only constraint in regards to these aspects of it. And yes, this is a 0.5mg Alprazolam tablet, which is the active ingredient in Xanax. It is a Benzodiazepine, so it has the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects,... ...
Updated 14 days ago in Xanax.
Mon, Apr 13 '15, 9:54 AM
Small Round Peach Xanax What Miligram Is This
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what miligram is this small round peach generic xanax? ## The small round peach pill is 0.5mg of Alprazolam (The generic for Xanax) ## It isn't the color that tells anything about a tablet, it would actually be the marking on the tablet that would identify the ingredient and dosage. So, while this may be a 0.5mg tablet, as Hayley says, there is no way to be absolutely certain, without knowing what the imprint on it is. The color doesn't actually mean anything. Some of the round, peach/orange tablet markings are: MYLAN A3 (0.5mg) 029 R (0.5mg) 604 (0.5mg) ALP 0.5 APO (0.5mg) M A22 (1mg) V 2092 (1mg) R 87 (2mg) b492 1 (1mg) So, as you can see, the color does not indicate what the dosage is. Do any of these markings match the tablet you are asking about? ...
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Mon, Jan 24 '11, 1:34 PM


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