White Xanax Bar G3722 Is It Xr

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Billy Says:
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Xanax 2mg white g3722. What is the difference between xanax 2mg extended release than my normal yellow xanax. Its like i barely feel any relief from the anxiety/paranoia???

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Eddy Says:

Coloring and possibly the manufacturer. I have many of the G3722 Alprazolam pills and they are fine, unless they are fake? Where did they come from?

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Verwon Says:

And no, the tablets with the G 3722 marking are not time released, they are regular release tablets.

This medication is a benzodiazepine that carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

What were the markings on the yellow ones? I can't answer the rest of your question without this additional information.

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Billy Says:
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The yellow ones were from walgreens.and had the fancy R039 i had no doudts there. it was just that the white ones were walmart. and someone on this board had replied to a different thread that the white G3722 were exrended release so it put the doubt in my head. i believe now they r normal. I think the xr are kinda rare since most people need immediate relief

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dno Says:
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At 1st u might not feel it. Some green bars i feel if i take 2 they make me forget everything. Now after taking 3, when i wake up im gonna be a zombie all day. I've had that happen. You gotta find out if they're extended release. If they are and u took more n more ur gonna feel it all at once.

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Minoguesque Says:

Billy, that imprint is P (not 'R') 039, the symbol you read as an 'R' actually being the Purepac P logo. It does have a little dash to the bottom right, which makes many people confused as to which letter it is.

They (yellow) and the Greenstone (white) G3722 bars are both immediate release.

The only 2mg extended release tablet I have ever seen is XANAX XR 2mg, a light blue pentagon, quite thick and quite hard in texture, embossed on the obverse with 'P & U (for 'Pfizer and Upjohn') 66'. They are rarely prescribed and are supposed to last for twelve hours, giving daily dosage of four mg.

I believe that there is another type of tablet made in the USA which has a stylized 'X' on obverse and a '2' on the reverse side, squarish and a greenish-blue color, more like a square than a pentagon. I have never actually SEEN one.

But certainly here in Europe, the XANAX XR 2mg is as described.

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Minoguesque Says:

That is odd because the G3722 bars are of FAR higher quality than the yellow Purepac/Actavis. NO they are NOT extended release. They are IR. Only Pfizer/Upjohn produce XR or RETARD Xanax. Pentagonal tablets marked 'P & U 66' are 2mg Xanax Retard. They are blue.

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Bill Says:
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They have extended release in every dose up to 3mg but they look nothing like a bar. The 3mg are triangular with a bubble in the middle. They all have a coating so that it can be realeased slowly. Why do people think that a normal pressed pill, with no coating of any kind, would be extended release? Makes no sense it's is IR. If your still too stupid to tell the difference put it in a glass of water, the IR Xanax will dissolve and you'll feel like a dumbass for doing it and have to drink the water.

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Shomicide Says:
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Taste well nibble on one let me know what it taste like

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There are companies tying to take your money that stamp it with what you think is the original G3722. If it's flatter than normal it's counterfeit. Someone mentioned a black Xanax 2 mg??? That's ridiculous.

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Dj Says:
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Re: dno (# 4)

If you got them from a pharmacy you wouldn't be asking these questions.

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Skyybabyy Says:
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Are white G3722 supposed up be pretty hard?

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