How many .25 alprazolam is equal to 1 Xanax bar?
- 27 Oct 2011 by Price 821
I believe 1 bar of Xanax is 4mg?
27 Oct 2011
First of all, alprazolam is Xanax. That's the generic name and the brand name. The bar or Xanax stick is 2 mg. So you want to know how many .25 mg are in 2 mg? Well, the answer is 8. You divide .25 into 2.0 and it = 8.
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