Generic Xanax 2087

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Chris Says:
white scored oval marked 2087 with a fancy v below. number....was told 1mg xanax....what is this? Looks like a .25mg but not finding one with those markings while searching. any help out there would be great, thank you

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Verwon Says:
This is in the U.S. prescription drug databases, it contains .25mgs of Alprazolam, so it is a generic for Xanax, a Benzodiazepine that it used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.

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Jaybeezie Says:
Okay people, pills with 2087 v oblong(football) shaped white pills are generic xanax,0.25mg to be exact!!!! Have fun with those wack, weak,impotant waste of need to swallow allot of them to get a desent head change.your better off with stronger xanax pills, or scoring a couple of R35 kolonopins that's my advise.

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Heimdallen Says:
Yeah, I hate to be a downer, but these are absolutely worthless unless you take a handful at a time. 0.25mg of benzo, specifically this one, generic Xanax which is already relatively weak, isn't going to do anything for what it was prescribed for for anyone weighing over 90 lbs. It's sad they even make it in a dose this small, and even sadder that the instructions on the bottle say "1/2 to 1 pill every 6 to 8 hours as needed". That's why there's a score mark. A half!! Ahahaha! If you're seeking to use these recreationally, you'll need to take about 16 of them, and if you have a legitimate problem that they are prescribed for, tell your doctor to stop having fun at your expense and give you a real dose.

When I was younger, like 10 years ago, I admit that I abused pretty much any drug I could get my hands on, including any prescription medications I could find. My first time using Xanax was snorting a 4 mg pill after having drank a bottle of liquor, and it still wasn't overpowering, I was fine and that was the first time I'd ever touched the stuff. Now, later in life, I don't do that kinda stuff anymore, but I've been having some anxiety problems so my doc gave me a script for these pathetic little things, I didn't ask him before he gave it to me what dose it was and didn't look at it until it was filled, I just assumed he'd start me on 1mg like a normal person. Since I'm not looking to get high or loopy on these, just help with me the overwhelming worry and anxiety, I can honestly say that at 180 lbs, taking 4 of these juuuusssttt barely calms me down the slightest bit. And even then I'm not sure if it's because it did something or if I just feel better knowing it's supposed to, like a placebo effect. So yeah, 0.25mg of this medication is worthless unless you're giving it to your 15 lb cat for anxiety. Sorry, but it's the truth.

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Sickofstupid Says:
Maybe you built a tolerance because you take so much s*** your body is used to it..

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Nunya Says:
the reason they make these in such a small dose is typically for small animals or children whose body weight is much, much less than your average adult. we got some of these during an out-of-state move with the cats in tow so that they wouldn't freak the hell out the entire 24-hour trip.

unless someone gives them to you, i wouldn't even bother with these because they're far too small of a dose for an adult human.

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Kimmerrn Says:
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I'm actually prescribed .25 mg Generic Xanax. It helps me and keeps me from having full blown anxiety attacks. For you to take a handful or 16 at a time. I'm guessing Xanax is not the only thing you take. My brother who did not have your attitude but was on an opiate for a back injury. He drank a couple beers and someone told him to take some xanax. He was separated from his wife and kids. They told him it would help his stress. He died that night at age 50. He had. 4 and 5 year old little girls.
You need help...

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EDDY Says:
What did he die of. How much medicine did he take?

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