what is the difference between the green colored xanax than the white, yellow and blue ones?
14 Nov 2012
the differences involve the manufacturers and the strengths as can be seen at the following link:
You might also look upalprazolam, the geneic form of xanax, to see other forms and colors by using the pill identifier in the blue tool bar above.
23 Feb 2013
It depends on both the manufacturer and the milligrams. I have been on xanax for a long time. Peach colored (round or football shaped) are .5mg. Blue (round or football shaped) are 1mg. Any bar shaped xanax whether its white, yellow, or green is the strongest 2mg. There is also a generic that has a green football shaped xanax which is also 1mg.
23 Mar 2015
Only difference is the manufacturer and the binders and fillers in the pill.If its a 1mg xanax tab, it contains 1mg .I have tried them ALL over the past 17 yrs and all work the same. They may SEEM to work better/worse bc its a different brand and your expecting it... but its All psychological.
P.s. Only thing is avoid the generic MYLAN... something is wrong with that brand
- Xanax Information for Consumers
- Xanax Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Xanax (detailed)
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