I've heard about alprazium as an effective occasional substitute for alprazolam, but it is a bit expensive, and if it doesn't have any scientific backing for its claims, then I don't want to waste my time trying it. I'd like a medically educated review or opinions based on studies (if any) on this product.
Is alprazium as effective (calming) as alprazolam?
Question posted by mrh52045 on 5 May 2017
Last updated on 5 May 2017 by chuck1957
mrh; If you're in the U.S.A. This medication is not worth the time to even check it out they are using the name they are so people well confuse it with ALPRAZOLAM and buy it because they can't get the real thing talk to your doctor this has not been checked out by the FDA ADMINISTRATION OR ANY OTHER DRUG SOURCE because it is a natural product that does not require any real research and can claim whatever they want DON'T WASTE ANY MORE TIME OR MONEY. CHUCK1957
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