M B3 555 (Thread 221350)

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Bam leak Says:
Supposed to be Buspirone, Generic for Buspar.

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David Says:
Based on the description provided, I can confirm your pill to be Buspirone hydrochloride (15 mg). Buspirone is the generic name of the drug. Buspar is a brand/marketing name. Xanax has no relation whatsoever to Buspirone. They have a totally different chemical makeup. The generic for Xanax is Alprazolam.

Buspirone is used primarily as an anxiolytic (anti anxiety), but also to a lesser extent as an antidepressant.

You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below...

Hope this helps!

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rolo Says:
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Are these pills classified as a narcotic? And do they work as an anxiety suppressor?

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EDDY Says:
No BUSPAR is not a 'Narcotic' in the same way Xanax isn't a narcotic. If you are asking does Buspar suppress anxiety well yes it does to some degree. However it is not a psychotropic medicine and also not a benzodiazipine.

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wizard Says:
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Yes a xanax is a narcotic! Buspar Is not. I tell you what, if you have a xanax and a buspar, walk up to a random cop and tell them xanax isn't a narcotic and that they cant book you for having narcotic, then see what you get. They are benzoyl which is a form of narcotic. My suggestion is don't give advice on something you don't know about yourself!!

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Parisia Says:
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Xanax is not a narcotic its a controlled substance which is why police will take you in and book you for "possesion of a controlled substance" but its not a narcotic. A narcotic is pill or substance with opiate's.

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Geez Says:
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A narcotic is an illegal drug. Go tell the police you have 30 xanax and see if you don't get a felony...

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Joe Says:
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Just because it's illegal doesn't make it a narcotic. Narcotics are drugs which block the body's opioid receptors such as Hydrocodone, Morphine, etc etc.

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Copguy36 Says:
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I've been a cop for 15 years. JOE IS CORRECT.

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