My reason 4 this question is because there have been fake Xanax's floating around the town where I live. They are green and have the imprint S 90 3. Just like the real ones but they're thicker. They are said to have fentanyl in them. What is the actual thickness of a real one?
What is the difference between an "real Xanax bar" and a "fake Xanax bar" ?
Question posted by Christyleann79 on 4 April 2021
Last updated on 7 April 2021 by kevinb1953
Personally, I wouldn't trust anything that doesn't come from a pharmacy
This from the Pill Identifier here on Drugs.com:
It identifies it as alprazolam (generic for Xanax) by Dava Pharmaceuticals.
But as Jackbarks said, you really should ask your pharmacist to be certain. Anyone who knows what they're doing could fake the imprint.
I would definitely ask your pharmacist.
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