Does xanax have Barbituates and/or benzoids?
- 26 Mar 2010 by hopefulhelper
- 1 Feb 2012
This has been a long debate about whether xanax show up as a benzoid or barbitiate in a drug screen, or both. Could someone who has some kind of resource or qualifications please help solve this debate?
I do know if they;re not FDA approved they have "halidal" in them which is a barbituate. Thanks. Lets end this long over due debate!
Hello hopefulhelper. Xanax will show up in a drug test as a benzodiazepine and is a benzodiazepine. Good health and wishes to you,pledge
As pledge stated Xanax shows up as a benzodiazepine. If you were trying to write the drug "Haldol" instead of "Halidal" Haldol is under the classification of "buterophenone." I do not know of a barbiturate that is called Halidal.
Hope this helps your debate. Pup
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