Xanax Fake Or Real

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Cooploop Says:
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It's a real xanax bar if it is a white rectangular shape with gg then underscore 2 underscore 4 underscore 9 and other side has nothing I know because mine are prescribed an these are real so I hope that helps anyone who has been having problems with them



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EDDY Says:

Yours might be real Coop but any Criminal can read your post and form his next batch of street Xanax from the specs you just mentioned?

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Fingal Leper Says:
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I just received Xanax XR. Rectangular bar, imprinted gg|2|4|9. The back has no imprints, but has three scores | | |. These are 2mg. The number 4 is closed, which is an indicator that they pill is legitimate. I take them as prescribed for sleep; and they work. They are "real." From INDIA. Again, it is not baby powder and what ever the heck folks are afraid of. The INDIA market cannot survive if selling fake meds. The world is too small and with the advent of internet, companies simply can't hide.

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David Says:

"The INDIA market cannot survive if selling fake meds."

I would debate this by simply taking a look at the sheer magnitude of ever increasing first-time unsuspecting customers (former patients) who've recently been "kicked out" of their doctor's office for alleged "drug seeking behavior". This is an epidemic in America, (especially among those seeking benzos and narcotic pain meds) that continues to grow rapidly as more doctors become too scared to prescribe these commonly abused drugs. Courtesy of the DEA, those former patients are left to undergo serious withdrawal symptoms or find other means of obtaining equilibrium.

I speculate that those who already got burned with counterfeit meds one too many times have likely moved onto other web based pharmacies or alternative avenues of treatment such as marijuana, kratom, etc.

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Fingal Says:

David, your point is well made. Based on the sure number of submission to this site by patients who have received medication that seems to have, in some cases, to affect, I retract the overstated declaration that the India Market can survive selling fake medication. Based on the testimonials, there is enough evidence to push the preponderance standard, that a lot of people are more likely than not, getting "bunk" medication. As to your point about this new wave of phobia sweeping the country on medications that proven efficacy, I could not agree more. Where is it coming from are the few sensational stories, where drug users, are mixing controlled substances, sold on the street with legitimate pharmaceuticals. Relative to the total legitimate use of the prescribed Rx, the numbers are not a pandemic. But it makes for great headlines in the LA Times. I agree with your analysis. Mine was hasty.

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