Mylan A1 Is It The Same As Xanax?

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Rick Says:


Are the mylan a1, the same as xanax? I seem to get a better feeling off the real xanax, the mylan dont seem the same. Anyone know what the difference is, can you explain it please?



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Verwon Says:

The tablets with the MYLAN A1 marking contain 1mg of Alprazolam, so they have the same active ingredient as Xanax, but are a generic version.

Also, over time, your body will get used to any medication and it will not always have the same effects.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Xanax/­

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Kyle Says:
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Not trying to be a d*** but do you really think the brand is gonna be legally allowed to give you a more or less effective pill...some of these posts on here arent even asking us to id pills. You just wanna complain about getting a generic.

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EDDY Says:

Plus or Minus 20%. Nobody has ever posted here about a Xanax too strong though?

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Minoguesque Says:

Precisely. Yes, Verwon, the active ingredient is the same but the USA is the only place I know where it is permitted to market a generic which contains less than the proprietary brand, in this case Xanax, of the API.
It is about time that the law was changed to force pharmaceutical companies there to use precisely the same amount as the original, as in the EU.
And it is also about time, and you insist despite my many pleas to you, that you stopped insisting that only USA-made medicines were either safe or proper quality when it is obvious that the European law regarding generic pharmaceuticals is infinitely more stringent than the USA, where the industry is self regulating, a recipe for dreadful generics and for price fixing, both of which happen routinely. I suggest you spend a year using only European meds and you will then see what I mean.

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shan Says:
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So what if u wanna complain about generic.

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Lil flipk Says:
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The mylan a1 are real just lyke takeing hlf of a real bar a G3722 sane effects



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C PaPa Funk Says:
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Re: Lil flipk (# 6)

Generics are not the same as brand...they do not get tested, they use the “active“ ingredient but the other components are whatever they want, never take one if you can avoid it, especially if your health is in question - I.e cancer

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Macre Says:
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Re: Lil flipk (# 6)

Honestly, the pies single g, and yellow are my favorite. Everybody likes the green, but no the other 3 please. If you do find the 2mg blues they are good too.

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Jc55 Says:
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Re: Macre (# 8)

Agreed this is absolutely Legit assessment. Pies imo can be better than real bars

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Mason Says:

Re: EDDY (# 3)

My doctor just changed me from 1mg Sandoz GG258 footballs 3x a day to 2mg Sandoz GG249 bars 2x a day and they are kickin' my butt! Definitely stronger than any alprazolam i've ever had. A half of one of these bars feels like I took 3 of the 1mg footballs.

Not that i'm complaining as this will help me to have some extra in reserve like you do, but note that someone finally did comment about a generic being stronger! lol

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Mason Says:

Oh yeah and regarding the original post... no, Mylan A1 are not the same as Xanax. They're a much weaker generic with either much less active ingredient or a terrible delivery system that greatly reduces their bioavailability.

Some Mylan generics are great. Their alprazolam are not one of them.

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BaddestBee Says:
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Re: Minoguesque (# 4)

Agreed 3 years later. My doctor explained that to me when I asked him. Minoguesqe, is on point. Also, I had xanax manufactured in India given to me from the pharmacy less than 1 year ago. So I dont know exactly what the haaaay that means??

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Legalpharmadealer Says:
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My thought exactly as a pharm D student (last year) the generic and brand has no difference whatsoever but the amount that comes out your wallet! / insurance! Some pharmacy’s love it if you have private insurance cause they’ll fill you script with brand Xanax just cause they cost god knows how much more as the generic A1 for example but I assure you they’re both have the save exact effect! Sucks that the patent for whoever makes Xanax is over and done with! Now all these comparators who make the same exact “Xanax”! Good luck and don’t believe any crap you read on here especially when it’s totally bogus!

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