Well, there are many fakes with an identical look to the ony you have going around nyc and close by areas if that helps, also be carful i heard they contain add fillers that may be harmful. There pills are made from chinna and shpped to usa. according to board rules i can not say yhr name of the maker of these pills, but just be same and just toss them.
11 Mar 2012
They do make xanex that look like that same imprint and everything and I just filled my prescription of them yesterday and they are working like there supposed to
30 Apr 2012
The real geen 2mg bars can break into 3's not 4's an say s|90|3 NOT 90|2 . Im on the green s/90/3's an ive beeen on erry 2mg zanny their is from color to shapes an these are the best in my eyes, thet made by DAVA PHARMACUTICALS
28 Jul 2013
They are Fake Xanax going around in ever mg.,color etc right now!! They'll have the Exact numbers an shape!! The best way to tell is taste them,All Xanax taste the same..
18 Aug 2016
I'm sure there are however I bought a sheet of them yesterday that came in a blister pack and they worked faster and seemed stronger than the gg for me anyway... best way to tell if a pill is fake I think is to break one in half.. I'd it doesn't pop or snap when you break it and crumbles its fake pharmaceutical pills will always snap firmly when you break them
20 Feb 2018
Most people refer to these as "HULKS"because of their color but,the real ones have 3 lines where they can be broken easy and they say S903 on one side and blank except for the 3 lines on the other side,they are blank. I`ve been taking benzos for many years now and know when I come across pressed bars or footballs,for that matter. -Judas Hellfire.(Your welcome).
2 Mar 2019
The best thing to do if you people are buying them on the streets is to take a bite of one little piece and you can always taste that bitterness the fake ones do not have that and from what I've seen the yellows are the fakest
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