Alprazolam 1mg Purple Farmapram Ifa

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Farmapram white footballs 420M2001 SSAII

Just had a friend return from a Mexican cruise and she filled a Xanax prescription for me while traveling. When I went on different cruise, I filled a script for Pfizer purple 1mg tablets. Question is, they told her these were 1mg yet they are white. My experience tells me the whites are 0.25's. They are football shaped, scored on one side and IFA on the other. There is no dosage on the packing. They are marked Farmapram (Alprazolam) on the package. Does anyone know if these are in fact 1mg? Or did she get the wrong medicine? :-( ## More important who sends their friends overseas to smuggle pills for you? What kind of friend are you? I think they are the wrong color and might be dangerous. Throw them out! INV Pharna, SA de C.V. Reg #75015, that produces the benzo "Diazepam" ... ...

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Generic Xanax?

Can anyone identify this pill? It is oval, purple and has IFA on it. ## This tablet is made by a Mexican company, they call it Farmapram and it is listed as containing 1mg of Alprazolam, the active ingredient in Xanax. This is a Benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Someone else is asking the same thing. Supposed to be xanax but can't find it online. So I don't know. ## Alprazlam 1mg. These are generic for Lorazepam 1mg. I bought in Algona mexico ...

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