I have recently been researching a drug called Zanaprin by Lazarus Labs. The company says their drug is a safe alternative to Xanax or Valium. However, I have yet to find any creditable customer reviews and am very skeptical of trying this drug. (Most of the information on Zanaprin, on other forums and boards, seems to be a bunch of SPAM from particular sellers of this drug; hence my skepticism) I have been taking Xanax for several years, for my panic attacks, and would like to find a non-habit forming alternative that has the same results as Xanax. If anyone has any good suggestions or has tried this Zanaprin please let me know. Thanks in advance.
5 Jun 2010
The thing with 'natural' remedies and such things like that are that they dont have to go through the same rigorous screenings that medications that are RX-only do. So im not saying that its bad for sure, but there is a chance that its something that isnt good for you. It looks like great stuff, but honestly who knows. There arent even testimonials or anything like that...
6 Jun 2010
My reply in short would be to "Run", do not walk to your nearest Pharmacy and ask a reputable Pharmacist about this medication. It's safer than taking the chance of being duped, that being the lesser evil, including some death from taking a drug not yet approved, probably from some country that does not regulate their drugs, hence the poor reviews from fellow forum posters. If that "little voice" is talking to you and giving you the heebie sheebies, follow your first instincts and do not buy this medication I wish you luck, BTW ,our first instincts are usually the best ones,so do not second guess your feelings. Best of luck to you!
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