Greenstone Xanax

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Summerford Says:


I have my script for 0.5mg of generic Xanax. The pharmacy I use currently does not have the Greenstone brand, and I have called other big chain pharmacies and also no Greenstone. The other brands I have used seem to have little potency. Does anyone know why the Greenstone is so hard to find? Thank you.



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Verwon Says:

Simply because it is most expensive, at this time.

Whatever generic a pharmacy has in stock at any given time will vary, depending on what company was offering the cheapest price at the time they needed to restock their supply. It's how they keep their prices down for uninsured customers. In another month or two, you may find Greenstone in stock everywhere, if they lower their price or other companies raise theirs.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Eddy Says:

There are many Domestic & International companies that are permit to supply Alprazolam. To limit yourself to one single company is very strange? We have those that post to say they don't like a specific company, but you seem to be saying you don't like the entire Industry except Greenstone. It might be just you, really?

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Troy Says:

I WAS TAKEN WATSON XANAX FOR 15 TO ALMOST 20 YEARS AND THEY DID ME FINE. THEN A COUPLE YEARS AGO CVS WENT TO GREENSTONE AND THEY WERE GOOD. THEN THEY SWITCHED TO DAVA PHARM AND I MUST SAY THE DAVA BRAND DIDN'T HELP ME AT ALL. I HAD TO DOUBLE UP ON THEM. I LEFT CVS AND WENT TO WALGREENS AND THEY HAVE THE SMALL ROUND ONES I THING THERE PURPAK AND THEY DO THE JOB. LOOKING AT THE BOARDS SOME PEOPLE SWEAR BY THE DAVA BRAND BUT LIKE PEOPLE ON HERE SAY WE ALL HAVE DIFFEREN'T METABO'S. I KNOW DIFFERENT GENERIC CO. PUT DIFFERENT BUFFERS IN THERE MEDS. I WILL SOMETIMES ROTATE FROM GREENSTONE TO PURPAK AND WILL TAKE ZANAX FOR A YEAR OR SO THEN SWITCH TO KLONOPIN CUZ LIKE THE OTHER GUY SAID AS YOUR TOLERENCE BUILDS YOU HAVE TO INCREASE YOUR DOSE IF YOU TAKE THE SAME BRAND FOR A LONG TIME. I WOULD LOVE TO GET OFF BENZO'S. I HATE HAVING TO PLAN MY LIFE AROUND MY ADDICTION.

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Eddy Says:

Taking another Benzo in place of your normal Benzo is not suggested! That is what almost brought me to death when I switched to Ativan and hated them!

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Troy Says:

It's not the whole industry it's a fact that some generic brands don't do the same as others. the only ones I have a problem with is sandoz and Dava brand. and I don't think the pharmacies are trying to keep the price down for people without insurance. no matter what brand they pharmacy sells the price is always the same. When you have a cheap brand like sando and dava under bidding Greenstone and Activis the pharmacy is going with the cheapest. never had any problem for many years. cvs always carried the same generic. three years ago they started switching from one brand to the next. generic brands only have to make there meds match brand name by 80% and the other 20% they put in is anyone's best guess. I don't know if that's written in stone but I have read it and heard it from many people. sando make me so groggy I can barely keep awake and does hardly nothing for anxiety for my system. walgreens carries Actavis and they are good. If you want greenstone talk to your pharmacist. most have no problem getting you the brand you want. you might just have to wait a day or two.

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Lovemypups Says:
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I am a retired Pharmaceutical Sales Consultant & sold brand name Xanax (generic name Alprazolam). The day it went generic there were 27 generic versions that hit the market. Greenstone is the name of the company that makes the generic version of the ORIGINAL BRAND NAME Xanax. Greenstone brand is totally identical to the brand name Xanax. I personally take it & simply request that my Pharmacy order Greenstone for me. I have used both Kroger & Walgreen to fill my scripts & never had a problem! I understand that some patients may have insurance that dictates otherwise, but it never hurts to ask or call your insurance. First though, I urge you to speak with your Dr.. He/she can attest to the fact that you do not respond therapeutically to your generic brand and request Greenstone! Dr's are used to dealing with this type of problem frequently! I totally understand how awful it feels when you don't get the response you are accustomed to with your medication. Good Luck!

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Skip jack Says:
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CVS pharmacy has greenstone every time. They're the only ones who sell that brand as their #1 generic and the best in my opinion. I've got name brand for like 300 a bottle and the greenstones are exactly the same, except 1/10 the price.

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Chuckles Says:
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I had to call around for days. Go to Pfizer or Greenstone's website and they can locate pharmacies within however many miles you choose.

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