How Can I Tell If My G3722 Xanax Bar Is Real Or Not

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Jeff Says:
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My latest script for xanax has imprint g3722 and it seems to have no taste or effects. I've been taking them for a long time and to my surprise they seem to do nothing. Have you heard of this? It is a white xanax bar that seems to be a little thick.


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jeff! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having.

While there is a tablet manufactured by Greenstone Limited that has this marking, which they list as containing 2mgs of Alprazolam, there have been many recent reports like yours, which leads me to suspect that the ones you have may be fake, especially with the size difference. It seems everyone who has noticed their lack of efficacy has also commented that they seem to be thicker than the ones they've received from this company, before.

The FDA lists this medication as being a benzodiazepine, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

I can't say with certainty, but I think it's best for anyone with these tablets to proceed with caution and not take them, unless you've received them from a licensed U.S. pharmacy and not from any other source.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Belle Says:
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Hi, I have a few xanax bars, G3722, a few of them are harder, smaller, and flatter than the others. Both have the same imprint, both taste like xan, but I have NO idea if the flat hard ones r real, or at least 2mg. Plzz let me know if you've seen these, if they're real, or if they've been pressed with less benzo...Thanx!!

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Tony Says:
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If you're taking half Xanax (the one that actually says Xanax on it) to feel relief, with the g3722 you have to take a whole one. They're generic so less potent

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bigiron78 Says:

got a bunch of the same exact ones. But just like u said, no taste and complete fakes g7322 stay away.

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EDDY Says:

You got what you paid for. Fake Xanax, probably made by ISIS

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DDF Says:
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If you got them from a legitimate pharmacy, it might just all be in your head. Are you taking them as prescribed? Fillers and binders could have an impact on the CnS method. Have u actually taken one or two the old fashioned way, and just swallow them??? Wait 35-60 min and see if you are feeling any effects?

If from the pharmacy, take them back and have a discussion. If from ANYWHERE ELSE, I am betting you are just SOL, as I don't know many hustlers that do exchanges.

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beans Says:
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I don't understand that tho... how can a pharmacutical company manufacture AND distribute "fake" medication.... I donno bout that guys. That sounds kinda bulls*** to me...

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Surewood Says:
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REPLY TO POSTS CONCERNING THE G3722 BARS: 3 wks ago, I acquired some bars with what seemed to me had the appropriate markings (white G3722). But noticed that while they had the `xanax` taste, they dissolved way too fast and seemed very weak. I am in Denver, co. And suddenly these things were EVERYWHERE, whereas before, finding 1 or2 was a bloody miracle, much less 100`s and 100`s of em! My point is that I think these are being "stepped on" and re-pressed therefore while containing some alprazolam, its a very small amount; and some greedy dirtbags have found yet another way to make a s*** ton of money from a group of folks who've already been bulls***ted by their own dr`s and providers, whom they should be able to trust in the first place and are now forced to turn to other means for what they need. And being effectively robbed. Please be vigilant. Those dirtbags only care how much $$ they can take from you while charging ungodly prices all while acting like they're doing you a favor... After-all, where else you gonna go?

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Paul Says:
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I have taken Alprazolam prescribed for 8 yrs daily and just got these white G3722 2 mg and am going thru withdraws because they dissolve instantly and do NOT work!!!! I've been taking the green one but thought I would change since they seemed weakerWhite one sucks! Like a placebo

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Alan Says:
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I've been getting 90 a month and been on benzos for six yrs they work for me

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Biggs Says:
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They're not good. I've been prescribed this drug for 15 years and I got sick off them. I knew right off they were no good.

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chech420915 Says:
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Your a joke man. 2mg of alprazolam is 2mg whether they are the xanax 2's, or the g3722, or the gg249, they all have 2mg of alprazolam/xanax. So get ur s*** straight before u tell people to take more of a narcotic.

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Defazio Says:
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I know this is old but I have to comment anyways. Your information is misinformed, generics are not less "potent" than brand names. Every generic prescription available at a reputable U.S. Pharmacy is required by the FDA to match the brand names quality in strength, active ingredient, use and effect, and
Ability to reach the required level in the bloodstream at the right time and to the same extent. My mother was also a nurse for 30 years and my grandfather is a doctor and they will both tell you generics are just as "potent" as brand names.

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Dmaker Says:
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Maan ya know someone is up to something?? Cause I used to take the green ones and they helped me right away when having an anxiety attack.

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Lilbit Says:
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There have been many fake ones going around. The real pharmaceutical ones I get are slightly raised in sections in the middle in particular and the 7 has a line through it. They are not chalky at all and perfectly white (not greyish like the fake ones) and are slightly glossy on the outside. Some people do get a tolerance quickly and therefore if you are receiving them from a doctor and reputable pharmacy you may just have a tolerance. I have not had a problem except when I lost my script and ended up with the grey, flat, chalky ones. I don't think they can hurt you, they just have no active ingredients and depending how you take them could create problems. Ingesting them whole will do absolutely nothing. If you are prescribed them and your pharmacy is giving you the others. I would switch pharmacies and report them.

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DRACULEO Says:
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Recently there was a recall by the FDA on one company who were making diazapine (Valium) and also a recall on alprazolam (xanax) they found that while companies are allowed to be under or over by a certain amount recently this company was ouside FDA guidelines. Especially with heart medication or blood clot medication like heparine the under/over is very strict and some drugs are not allowed any overage or under amount extra especially for heart medication. But the 10mg diazepam were evaluated and from memory it was as low as 7.8mg. I guess in most cases lower amounts of a drug are better than overdose. But not with heart meds it needs to be exact. The big thing is if you are purchasing anything outside of a licensed pharmacy you are gambling. If you think your pharmacy is giving you a brand that you researched and found has not had a problem with fake pills being reported you can call another pharmacy and ask what brand they carry. Take your life and your money where you feel safe.

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Zues Says:
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I don't doubt that there are fake ones going around. But you can tell the difference because the real ones are raised in sections and the 7 has half of a line through it and that is how you can tell the difference.

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Deb Says:
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The guy on the pill needs to be a capital G. If it's a small g then it's fake.

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Reed Says:
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Actually the FDA rules that a generic version of an expired patent drug MUST have a minimum of 80% active ingredient. Given a 20% difference to ensure the drug manufacturers do not put more than the specified amount of active ingredient. Therefore any generic "Xanax" (alprazolam) manufacturer can legally produce a "bar", although labeled 2 mg, containing only 1.6 mgs of alprazolam. That is the reason why some people find that certain generic medications may seem weaker than their counterparts.

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Reed Says:
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I have some of the same G 3722 bars! Have any of you guys noticed the numbers kind of rubbing off? Like the pill is more powdery than others I've encountered. When I bite the pill and chew it with my front teeth a few times before placing it under my tongue, it seems more like pressed powder with its taste and consistently! ANYONE HAS THE SAME??

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