What Does Generic Xanax Look Like 0 25 Mg White

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alprazolam 2 mg white round

I was thinking that i never heard of a round alprazolam cause i seen all kinds but that one is it as good as the bars or other alprazolam? ## Yes, it is available as a white, round tablet. The manufacturers can make a generic medication look however they want it to, since the shape and color means nothing. As long as it has the same active ingredient it will work the same as any of the others. Some markings on the white round tablets: MYLAN A4 (2mgs) 027 R (0.25mgs) MYLAN A (0.25mgs) BP 633 (2mgs) 0.25 N 126 (0.25mgs) Do any of these match the tablet you have? ## Kno a legit pharma I can get legit benzos frm?my guy got busted so I'm dying here..no offense to anyone I just need some where to order frm that wnt rob me blind! Thanx ## hi i received xanax 2mg generic they white and roun... ...

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Xanax Pills & different colours/doses.

What are the different Xanax colour pills & Mgs etc??? Thanks. ## pinkish orange pill that is 20mg and on the other side it has a f and p ## The name brand Xanax is as follows: A white bar tablet with XANAX on one side and X2 on the opposite is 2mgs. A blue, football shaped tablet with XANAX on one side and 1.0 on the other is 1mg. A white, football shaped tablet with XANAX on one side and 0.25 on the other is .25mgs. And orange/pinkish, football shaped tablet with XANAX on one side and 0.5 on the other is the .5mg. As I stated, this is just the name brand. There is no rhyme or reason to the color and dosages of the generic versions, so such does not apply. Is your pill one of these? If not, please post back with the markings and I will gladly look it up for you. ## found these pill... ...

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