Xanax is a short-acting tranquilizer of the benzo drug class that acts on the brain and CNS to produce side effects like sedation, relaxation, calm, and reduced anxiety. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Xanax in October 1981, and it has since become one of the most popularly prescribed and abused drugs in the United States. While known in the U.S. as alprazolam, Mexican Xanax bars go by the name of Farmapram. Farmapram is a brand of alprazolam that’s produced in Mexico by Ifa Celtics with registration number 420M2001 SSA II.
These Mexican Xanax bars are produced in Mexico and come packaged in a brown bottle with a white cap. Each contains 2 mg of the active ingredient alprazolam for a total of 30 mg per bottle.
Mexican Xanax bars are the same as that of their American counterpart and are equivalent in strength and dosage.
This product is a pharmaceutical medication. Always follow the instructions on the medical label. If you have any questions, consult your pharmacist or doctor prior to taking this product.
Xanax has a high potential for abuse. It can also cause physical dependence and addiction.
Mexican Xanax bars are used for a variety of purposes, such as for anxiety and depression. Due to its side effects and potential for physical and psychological dependence, Xanax is usually prescribed for short-term treatment.
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There are many serious side effects of Xanax which can occur if this medication is not used as prescribed by a doctor or abused. If you are exhibiting signs of an addiction, use the form on our website to get information about how we can help you or someone you love with their withdrawal from Xanax abuse.
Xanax is a prescription drug that can be highly addictive when used for non-medical purposes. It's common for Xanax users to suffer from withdrawal symptoms when they attempt to quit, including anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks, nausea and muscle aches.
There are many risks associated with buying prescription drugs online. Read on to learn more about them.
Buying Xanax in Mexico is dangerous because buying from pharmacies requires a prescription and Mexican versions of the drug are laced with fentanyl, an opioid that’s 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and can cause fatal overdoses. Contact us for relief today!
The risk of overdose and addiction is increased when people ingest fake Xanax bars. These bars come in a colorless crystal or powder form, resembling baking soda or Listerine breath strips. Be wary if you see these or similar products being sold as Xanax on Craigslist, Amazon Marketplace, and other websites; these are likely laced with fentanyl or other opioids.
Always make sure that you’re buying legitimate Xanax medication from a pharmacy.