What Does A White Generic Xanax 1mg Look Like

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Elaine Says:


I have some alprazolam 0.25 mg that are oval. The letter on them is B on one side, then on the other side where you cut them in half, 3. Are these 0.25 mg?



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David Says:

Hi Elaine,

Re: "what does a white generic xanax 1mg look like":

Because different drug manufacturers make their own unique versions of alprazolam, to say what one 1 mg tablet looks like, doesn't necessarily encompass all of the various manufacturer's versions of 1 mg alprazolam. You would have to provide more specific details about the particular 1mg alprazolam tablet you're referring to in order to narrow down it's image, manufacturer, National Drug Code, and other pertinent information. (For example, in my short investigation here I've already come across two different white 1mg alprazolam tablets - which probably does not include all of the white 1 mg alprazolam tablets that exist. So is there any point in stating what they look like, I'm not so sure..? But here it goes anyways):

- a white round pill marked with "213" over a score line on one side and blank on the other (National Drug Code: 57315-0008)
- a white oval shaped pill marked with "AL 1.0 G" (National Drug Code: 49884-0213)

Something else to keep in mind is that manufacturers tend to change the appearance of their pills without any prior public notice, so we wouldn't even know if there was a green 1mg alprazolam tablet that was changed to be white overnight at their own whit and whim...

Also, in your description you noted that you "have some alprazolam 0.25 mg that are oval." - You then went on to describe them... So I have to ask, why do you still question if they are indeed alprazolam 0.25 mg? It's like you answered your own question before asking it? I don't say this to sound rude, but just pointing that out for clarification.

Was this a prescription you received from a licensed pharmacy?

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