New Xanax Brenkenridge Pharma Best Xanax Vs Greenstone Xanax (Page 3)

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goozer Says:
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Hey everyone,

I just saw that there is a brand new line of generic xanax alprazolam in .25mg, .5mg, 1mg, and 2mg tablets that are newly approved generics for alprazolam xanax. the 2mg are legit made pharma rectangular bars imprinted b707 and shape is very similar to brand name (greenstone) front side says B 7 0 7 and the back is blank and has a curve up like brand name and greenstone. I am hoping to hear some feedback on these generics. they are dispensed by Breckenridge pharma but manufactured by centaur pharma which I believe is in China. Not sure. They again are Breckenridge Pharma Generic and blue bars with very similar shape to brand name but instead of white are blue. I believe these to be the very first legit pharma made alprazolam xanax bars ever made in blue. I am curious if anyone has tried any of Breckenridge centaur made generic xanax alprazolam and how they would compare it to other generics. I am going to search for the ingredients in it soon and compare them to the other generic ingredients but a new generic xanax bkue bat that is legit pharma has peaked my interest. any feedback would be great. there are very few images of this companies new xanax and alprazolam online but they go as so:

.25mg b 703
.5mg b 704
1mg b 705 red tablet
2mg b 707 blue bar

any feedback would be great this is our first ever legit blue alprazolam xanax bar new! would love some feedback on these!



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Martin Says:
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Re: goozer (# 36)

Correction - it's 10mg a day per person

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Jfame Says:
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Re: Dan (# 34)

The max dosage is actually supposed to be 8mg but I've also been known you can get 10mg Google it! I myself get 8mg so I am positive that you can get 8! Oh and does anyone know yet what pharmacy carries Breckenridge 2mg yet? I'm in the Chicago area! They're blue bars with an imprint of "b707" and the other side is blank.

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goozer Says:

Re: Jfame (# 42)

Yes, any pharmacy who wholesales with mckesson can and mainly will order these in for you. I know that one cvs in the area is dispensing these so check all surrounding cvs what they are dispensing for their 2mg alprazolams over a quick call before taking it in or just call a pharmacy and see if they wholesale with mckesson or cardinal and if so if they would order these b707 breckenridge if your willing to bring them your rx. Good luck. They are starting to be everywhere. Have yet to try them though they are made in india but hear good things. Still currently on my greenstone. May try next month with a half idc or 10 day supply of them. Best luck. Try cvs and if no cvs has them get a hold of a pharmacy that is with mckesson and willing to order for your rx and its money it brings them.

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goozer Says:

Re: Martin (# 41)

good to know..maybe a possible dosage increase for me to 10 may work best then

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goozer Says:

Re: Sandy (# 40)

why not? generics differ very much in bentos and pain relief medications why not be interested to see if it works better for me. i don't get some peeps train of thought or what brings them here lol

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Sandy Says:

goozer (# 46) --

I kind of understand that train of thought, but isn't that like doctor shopping? Dosing shopping? It says to me you're not happy with your medication so you are trying to find a way to get more bang for your buck. Did your doctor recommend this?

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Wolfie Says:
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Re: Kevin (# 1)

Yo I hear you bro! I was skeptical when I picked up my refill but I tried them and they work better on my anxiety and panic attacks then any other!

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EDDY Says:

Re: goozer (# 45)

You speak about Bentos all the time. Is this something new on the market?

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Slaytanic Says:
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They're no good....not anything like a green tablet or the gg249s...Don't provide relief, very weak.

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goozer Says:
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Re: Slaytanic (# 49)

the b707 are not as good as the green dava S 90 3 tablets? they are made and shipped from india makes sense quality is less. glad i didnt switch from my white greenstones for them this month thank u God bless

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goozer Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 48)

the b707 Breckenridge made by centaur are newly approved generic as of the last year yes

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goozer Says:
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Re: Sandy (# 46)

Yes and it is our right as patients and consumers who pay. There is a huge difference in pharma shopping and doc shopping. Everyone has the right to pharma shop for the generics they want and want to try but doc shopping is a no go, bad news bears, but pharma shopping is just fine. It's your money and insurance, so u better be getting what u want and pay for. You do not have to make feel like u have to accept their cheapest wholesale generic they dispense. You have every right to try different generics and from different pharmacies as long as the Rx is legit dr recommended and follow the money. Always best bet and most pharmacies always order in the least expensive drug to make huge amounts of money from us least we deserve is our preferred generics and such. God bless.

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goozer Says:
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Re: Sandy (# 46)

And dang straight when it comes to medication I'm going to always get the best bang for my bucks. They are my meds and bucks lol. Difference in pharma shopping which is ok and doc shopping which is not.

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goozer Says:
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Re: Jfame (# 42)

Yes, any cardinal mckesson wholesale ordered pharmacy can get them at this time. So just find a pharmacy that wholesales with cardinal and/or mckesson. Sometimes pharmas can have more than one and they are made in india but first ever approved blue 2mg tablet my interest is peaked. Let me know how u like em when u try em. Still, greenstone for me, as it is identical to brand. God bless.

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EDDY Says:

Re: goozer (# 45)

Are Bentos like Mentos, the Freshmaker?

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goozer Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 55)

Yup they sure are, just a whole lot better

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Annmarie Says:

Re: EDDY (# 4)

Sorry, Eddy, Martin is not wrong (for some things I can also vouch for). Being a controlled drug, if you get stuck with a generic that doesn't work for you, trust me....you will remember that experience and that manufacturer. Greenstone is an "authorized generic drug," which means it has exactly all the same ingredients as Xanax and more than like, manufacturer as the same exact assembly line. The other generics go through the FDA as an abbreviated new drug application, using Pfizer's clinical trial results, but they do not have to have the same inactive ingredients. Not sure if that is what makes the difference with various generics, or not. I know the bioequivalence of all ANDAs has to be the same as the brand name (Xanax) but not sure about the half life, and definitely know the inactive ingredients do not have to be the same.
In short, if it's not an authorized generic drug, you are always taking a risk. You get stuck with a batch that you can't tolerate, or it doesn't work as well as brand, and you are screwed. The nationwide database keeps track of alprazolam and it's almost impossible to get a new script to replace the crap you have in hand.
I have been going through hell for the last week with my new doctor and their office just totally f'in up the script I need for Greenstone (pharmacy will not fill with/order Greenstone unless the doctor puts it on the script; wasn't like this years ago). Right now, I have a temporary order of alprazolam from CVS, Breckenridge, and I really hope it is good. Trying to get the Greenstone has become way too difficult.
Just a suggestion, don't point fingers if you haven't been there. It sucks.

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Sandy Says:

Re: Annmarie (# 57)

I don't know about a nationwide database, that sounds way too organized for our federal government, but I live In Texas & they are mega strict about controlled substances & they do keep track. I guess it has to be the fillers, it's just that I fear some of those fillers are poison. Do not ever take a drug from Aurobindo. I am very lucky that my doctor gave me a new RX & I got Greenstone for the 2nd RX. I was taking Sandoz which seems better to me, but right now I am taking the brand & it is absolutely the same as Greenstone. Go to Kroger if you have one in your area. Good luck.

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Annmarie Says:

Re: EDDY (# 4)

Sorry, Eddy, Martin is not wrong (for some things I can also vouch for). Being a controlled drug, if you get stuck with a generic that doesn't work for you, trust me....you will remember that experience and that manufacturer. Greenstone is an "authorized generic drug," which means it has exactly all the same ingredients as Xanax and more than likely, manufactured on the same exact assembly line. The other generics go through the FDA as an abbreviated new drug application, using Pfizer's clinical trial results, but they do not have to have the same inactive ingredients. Not sure if that is what makes the difference with various generics, or not. I know the bioequivalence of all ANDAs has to be the same as the brand name (Xanax) but not sure about the half life, and definitely know the inactive ingredients do not have to be the same.

In short, if it's not an authorized generic drug, you are always taking a risk. You get stuck with a batch that you can't tolerate, or it doesn't work as well as brand, and you are screwed. The nationwide database keeps track of alprazolam and it's almost impossible to get a new script to replace the crap you have in hand. I have been going through hell for the last week with my new doctor and their office just totally screwing up getting the script I need for Greenstone (pharmacy will not fill with/order Greenstone unless the doctor puts it on the script; wasn't like this years ago). Right now, I have a temporary order of alprazolam from CVS, Breckenridge, and I really hope it is good. Trying to get the Greenstone has become way too difficult.
Just a suggestion, don't point fingers if you haven't been there. It sucks.

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Anthony Says:
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Tried them all. Been on the 2mg bars for 15 yrs. Blue B 707 Breckinridge Brand Name AKA Blue Bomers. The Best out there today! Period!

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