New Xanax Brenkenridge Pharma Best Xanax Vs Greenstone Xanax (Page 9)

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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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Goozer Says:

Re: EDDY (# 160)

i agree but they should never be discontinued unless u have taken more than prescirbed or failed a UA as drs legally cannot let u go cold turkey they legally have to taper u down. and oh no i would have loved those ativans and if u have extra stash get at me i will get em!

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Goozer Says:

Re: Goozer (# 161)

if u hate the drug so bad u shud be happy to get off them and yes they are hell to quit benzodiazepines but this is a choice we all made when taking the prescriptions for long term use and not short term. Dont bring negative energy in here and yes this is a forum i started it is public as i wanted it that way god bless

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EDDY Says:

Re: Goozer (# 162)

You started this Forum? I beg to differ, you started a thread about a new Xanax like in the scope of World order this would be of importance. Don't tell me what I did wrong, I just switched medication and it didn't work out for me.

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Annmarie Says:

Re: EDDY (# 163)

wow, guys! What is going on here? wow! No one should be told to NOT express their feelings. I don't know what went on between you two (goozer and eddy), but damn, I come in here for information and to share experiences and feelings or whatever. This is so not cool. Sorry to be the bad guy here, but this really is not cool at all. If someone posts something negative that others don't want to read, then they can just ignore it. Or do whatever the hell want to do with it. wow.

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donnaC Says:

My pharmacy (non-chain) just informed me that they can't get Greenstone 1 mg. XR or ER, whatever it is. They have Actavis. I have not been happy with other Actavis generics. Also, I wound up on Alprazolam when TEVA stopped making Oxazepam which is my medication of choice. Sandoz and Actavis did NOTHING. I mean I could take quite a few, and absolutely nothing. Might as well have taken a tylenol. I read the posts and see Breckenridge, Qualitest, and Dava. And Endo? Any suggestions?

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Annmarie Says:

Re: donnaC (# 165)

Hi Donna, this is from an earlier post of mine (#80 I think). I used this service and they were great!

Yep, Greenstone has a Locator Service, and it sure worked well for me! They have an app (Greenstone Locator by Pfizer Inc) you can download to find local pharmacies or you can call their Locator Service directly at 1-888-222-8588 (see website: greenstonellc.com). I called instead of using the app and they got back to me with a pharmacy the very next morning.

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donnaC Says:

Re: Annmarie (# 166)

Thank you so much. Exactly what I needed. My pharmacy says now they can only get Activis which I think is the worst. Not only is whatever generic they make ineffective, but it makes me sick. My last Activis was for Oxazepam and they use Sodium Lauryl Sulfate as a filler! Unfortunately, Teva doesn't make it anymore and Sandoz does nothing (coated with shellac). That's how I wound up on Alprazolam. But thank you again.

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Annmarie Says:

Re: donnaC (# 167)

You're quite welcome, Donna. Happy to help. There are so many people, including me, that have had problems with generic Xanax, and Greenstone is the only one we have no problems with and they work the best (and that is because Greenstone is made by Pfizer, who makes brand Xanax). Greenstone is the NDA Authorized Generic, which means it is EXACTLY the same as brand Xanax. If you have a mail order option available, they are sometimes better for ordering Greenstone for you, IF your prescription says "GREENSTONE GENERIC ONLY." The mail order companies will usually be able to order that for you; unlike the pharmacies, who are limited to what their distributor carries. I have my doctor always include 'GREENSTONE GENERIC ONLY' on my alprazolam prescriptions. Good luck, I hope Greenstone Locator is able to find it for you. They really were very helpful.

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EDDY Says:

Re: Annmarie (# 168)

My little town pharmacy didn't even make their 40 cent bottle fee and 80 cent professional fee with my FEHB Insurance to fill generic Xanax so I doubt they would specially order anything for me. In fact they just closed but ironically carried the Greenstone Xanax at times

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Annmarie Says:

Re: EDDY (# 169)

I don't think the insurance plan you have will be the deciding factor in a pharmacy getting a specific manufacturer for you. When I was calling around, the pharmacies didn't know what insurance plan I had when they informed me if they could/would get Greenstone for me.

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Sandy Says:

Re: Annmarie (# 170)

When I called around to the pharmacies here, some of them wouldn't even tell me the manufacturer of their drugs. I know that is wrong, but it should be illegal. The grocery store Krogers which has so many grocery store subsidiaries told me anything I wanted to know & will order anything I want. I would advise anyone to look up their subsidiaries if you don't have a Krogers & get your meds there.

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Goozer Says:

Re: Sandy (# 171)

kroger runs under smiths stores out here on west coast. i have never been a huge fan of them. kroger used to always order in certain generics but like two years ago they stopped ordering in peoples preferred generic types nd kind of went the whole walgreens way of no this is what we get and nothing else take it or leave it. also the kroger out here is nosey. we brought one of my wifes rx in and they like questioned filling it as she had the same medication in two dosage forms prescribed legally and they refused to fill it until talking to the dr and held onto her rx so we couldnt take it elsewhere. it was a horrible situation but a lot of elderly people go tokroger so sometimes they are great and nice and understanding but fo the most part out here at least they are slowly but surely turning into a walgreens like pharmacy with strictness and treating people all different based never with judgemental service even to the point of holding peoples rx when they r not supposed.

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Goozer Says:

Re: donnaC (# 165)

endo and par pharma now own the dava s 90 3 tablet formulations. they are the green tablets. the green tablets are not bad and i have heard the qualitest now solco pharma owned are not that good like sandoz compareable but less effective than sandoz. tell your pharmacy u only take the greenstone generic and will need to switch your rx this month to a pharmacy willing and able to dispense greenstone

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Sandy Says:

Re: Goozer (# 172)

I guess it's more important where you live & the people who work at the pharmacy & not the pharmacy. I did notice there were a lot of old people at Krogers. But I like that because it shows they have a lot of patience. The CVS here is the worst & I understand it's not like that everywhere.

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EDDY Says:

Re: Annmarie (# 170)

Honestly they get their Generic from their local supplier @ the lowest cost. My plan which has to be accepted pays very little, close to no profit is made, and there is little incentive to order another generic brand when your supplier carries 'X' brand. Of course name brand medicine written as such from the M.D. will assure you of the Brand name choice, costs more though.

Sandy, Kroger (no S) is horrible! Ever since these mega Grocery mergers Quality & service has become lower & prices higher.

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Sandy Says:

Re: EDDY (# 175)

I guess it's where you live & your insurance. I love the Krogers here. I just picked up my RX. I get 135 1mg Greenstone at once & it cost $2.99.

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EDDY Says:

Re: Sandy (# 176)

That is a good price. You would find if the Doctor doubled the dose to 2 mg the price wouldn't be that much more, go figure

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Sandy Says:

Re: EDDY (# 177)

I don't need my dose doubled. That's how people get in trouble.

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Goozer Says:

Re: EDDY (# 175)

i must say kroger is not horrible but close to depending on the working pharmacist but ya they have slowly gotten worse and worse just like target has let cvs take over their rx department

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EDDY Says:

Re: Sandy (# 178)

You don't take double unless you are brain damaged. You will find that the cost of a 2 mg is about the same as a 1 mg. Frankly I don't care what you do, I was suggesting extra medicine for when you run out or are cut off

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