and was wondering if over time if your body gets used to the taste and you dont taste the bitter much if at all. Plz help.
Are the G3722 xanax real? been on them for years. when first started taking them they were bitter?
Question posted by ctrosclair42 on 15 Jan 2016
Last updated on 6 March 2020
If you have ever taken Xanax you know they practically melt in your mouth as the slightest hint of water and sometimes they stick to your tongue. Xanax tastes like Xanax that’s all I can say. All mg taste alike and you can tell if it’s real by the unique taste.
How are you administering them that would be causing them to leave a lingering taste? ... If taken normally, swallowed whole with water/juice/etc,. you should not be getting a lasting taste, maybe just briefly before swallowing as you would any pill in tablet non-coated form, but nothing that should be lasting if taking as prescribed.
I not trying to bud in guys Just wanted to say that this is the one I have taken and greenstone seems to still work the best for me But when Pfizer bought out the rights that is when the bitter taste on all strengths started so they must have changed a binder in there's but when you want it to work it still does fast I well take bitter anytime for quick relief. this is on all of the different Alprazolam that were from greenstone LTD. Chuck sorry again for putting my 2 cents worth in
I wouldn't worry about the lack of bitter taste; in my experience Xanax are pretty bland. Get a couple of Valium stuck on your tongue and you'll be gagging. :-)
Pill imprint G 372 2 has been identified as Alprazolam 2 mg.
As you are aware alprazolam is the generic for xanax.
- Xanax uses and safety info
- Xanax information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Xanax (detailed)
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