Hello! Are These Real G3722 Xanax Real?

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Joe Says:

I was wondering if they were legitimate because I don't know whether to get my rx refilled with GG249 Xanax (since they are finely pressed) or G3722 Xanax since they are finely pressed as well. What are your thoughts? Thank you!

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Joe Says:

This is the picture of the G3722 Xanax!


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David Says:

Hi Joe,

I can't tell if it's just the lighting in your photograph or if the pill you have is grayish blue in color, but according to several drug descriptions, the legitimate version of this pill is supposed to be white.

Everything else appears to look the same as far as the logo and numbers are concerned. Even the shape, score lines, and rounded-off edges look normal by comparison.

Did you refill your script from overseas or something?

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minoguesque Says:

G3722 is the only US made alprazolam apart from the unaffordable XANAX which is worth using. The Sandoz GG249 you mention may be well pressed but it is utter garbage, as are almost all US alprazolam generics. Greenstone G3720/3721/3722 are the best by a million miles and I certainly would never take any othe alp originating in that country.

And of course it is REAL! The most counterfeited alprazolam 2mg are those Sandoz things; God knows why, as they must be the worst of all. Maybe because they are the most dispensed - poor Americans. Insist on Greenstone's products if given a prescription for alprazolam. Surely any pharmacy worth its salt will ask the wholesaler to deliver those if asked. Here in the UK, wholesalers deliver twice daily to all pharmacies, so you shouldn't have to wait longer than 12 hours or so. Just demand the good stuff and screw any other!

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Jslayz a Says:
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White 2mg bars GG249 scored 4 times white but no xanax taste... Are they legitimate and is there any way to find out?

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Ciinderella Says:

G3277 greenstone limited (which is owned by Pfizer, who is the name brand maker of Xanax), this is just their generic so they can compete with the generics! Call them will all but tell you yes!

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Sharky Says:
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Re: Jslayz a (# 4)

I bought a 50 pack and they were all blanks and tasted bad

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EDDY Says:

Re: Sharky (# 6)

Your first clue, a 50 pack. Medicine from legit sources usually comes in a bottle

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Xanman Says:

S***, I've been on Xanax for 30 years now. I switch up different brands of bars every couple of years or so from reputable pharmacies but went back to football's. 90% of the bad bars I see don't have the "gloss" coating on them. A lot of the "fakes" especially the white ones will have a flat white/blueish tint to them. The most copied ones I've been seeing lately are the GG249s and the greenies. Remember kids before you get hooked on Alprazolam and benzodiazepines it's the worst withdrawals you'll ever face and can kill you (i.e. seizures) but I'm preaching to the choir probably.

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Kerry Says:
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Okay so the white g3722 are real, I get prescribed them, and if they have bumps in the back 4 they are real. If they do not and they are flat, this means they are pressed which means they are bad.

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Steve Says:
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Re: Joe (# 1)

If you're receiving them from a drugstore, you're good to go. If you're buying them elsewhere, beware, cause there are millions of counterfeit Xanax going around the world right now. I wouldn’t trust buying from anyone unless your doctor is giving you a script. I read this a month ago on people can’t believe the counterfeits being bought from vendors or off the street. Remember that the people selling them only want the money and nothing else. It’s all about the money. They don’t care what you're taking, as long as they put the money in their pockets they did there job. If you feel you need Xanax for sleep or anxiety, talk to your doctor and be up front with them. You will be surprised what they can do for you. Mine is giving me Klonopin for sleep and anxiety cause I was honest with him. He understands what I was going through. Good luck.

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Hottmamarush Says:
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Re: David (# 2)

The G should be rectangular and not round. If you run your fingers down the side and feel the actual pill you will notice ridges on He side without the lable on it the side with just the lines you will notice the middle section elevated higher then the smaller ridges. Last but not least the line that goes through in the center of the pill, the 7 shouldn't actually connect with line going directly through the 7, there should be a small space between the top of the 7 and below, never connecting. The pill should be white and smooth around the edges. Nothing powdery, and steer clear from the ones that crumble. Hope that helps. Best luck to you all, I hope you find better “pharmacy” or shall I say “connex” whatever the case may be, it’s none of my concern. Best of luck to you all. **P.S you didn’t hear this from me, on the account I was never here ??

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