Are These Gg 258 Alprazolam Pills Real?

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Hope Says:
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Got fake gg 258 in Indiana. Anyone know what is in these? Very disappointed, now my anxiety is high.



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JJB Says:
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Is there any way you can post a picture of them because I think I've gotten some of these fake ones as well. They are very powdery and hard to read what's on them but it says GG 258 but like I said they are very powdery and are very soft. Do you think these are real or fake? So far I don't feel anything from them and that's been about 30 minutes ago. Any info on these fakes ones would greatly help me out!

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Hope Says:
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Hey JJB they look real as hell. Yes mine are soft and when I break one in half they all seem to be breaking the same way. White powder in the bottle not blue powder like it's supposed to be. I'm not feeling a thing and have a lot. My anxiety is really out of control. We got stuck obviously!

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David Says:

Did you get these filled at a licensed pharmacy? If so, I would go express your concerns to their staff to see if anyone else has reported a problem with them. If they really are fake and you can prove it through a lab analysis, you might have the pharmacy cornered in the court of law. Not only that, but I see this as the only honest way to verify what's actually inside of those pills; and we all have a right to know what we are putting in our bodies.

On the other hand, if you're just getting them through "other means", then odds are that everything obtained is subject to being counterfeit and you'd ultimately have to accept the loss and learn from the mistake moving forward.

Truth is, anything could be in those pills, so having a lab inspect them will eliminate all the guess work on something that's potentially not what "they say it is".

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JJB Says:
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Yes I completely agree, guess I'll take my loss and learn from it. I bet I won't take anything that doesn't look legit from now on.


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John kelly Says:
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I got the same thing going on im wondering if their fake they say gg 258 it says it clearly on there and they break real easy and are powdery.... I know xanex i know the taste and i got fake gg258 fake as hell

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Carol Says:

I have some that I know are much softer than the one's I usually have because I always only take a 1/3 or 1/2...and they are usually hard when you break them, but these just fall in half, break off like a biscuit...real easy...plus, they seem to be a less intense blue and not as smooth on the outside... more soft looking. I am surprised cuz I get them from the pharmacy. They do seem to work, but what I am speculating is that maybe they are not xanax but rather some other less controlled substance like lorazepam (ativan)... they will give anyone ativan anytime anywhere, but they made me pee in a cup to get xanax so they could make sure I didn't consume marijuana... such BS. Xanax is treated like a narcotic now because it is so abused.

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