I believe 1 bar of Xanax is 4mg?
First of all, alprazolam is Xanax. That's the generic name and the brand name. The bar or Xanax stick is 2 mg. So you want to know how many .25 mg are in 2 mg? Well, the answer is 8. You divide .25 into 2.0 and it = 8.
No. 1 bar of xanax is 2 mg. If broken along the 3 lines, each piece would be .5 mg.
I don't understand why you guys are being rude, maybe it's there first couple scripts and they aren't familiar, I wasn't when I started, and these blogs are for anyone to ask whatever questions they have and not be judged or criticized, and even if it isn't prescribed , it's safer for them to ask and get real awnsers, it's never wrong to ask, but it is wrong to make people feel stupid about it, shame on you!
One "bar" of Xanax is 2mg of that medication. They are generally white or yellow depending upon the manufacturer, and are clearly marked to be easily broken into four pieces. The so-called "footballs" of Xanax can be either blue or peach in color. The blue football is 1 mg and the peach is 0.5 mg.
Therefore to equal one Xanax bar in dosage, it would require 8 of the .25 mg tablets.
( obviously, Alprazolam is the generic name for the brand name Xanax)
A bar is 2 mg. Also your doctor would probably never refer to it as a bar. It’s more of a user term. They usually discuss in mg. 8 of the .25’s would be equal to a bar. But for some reason for me I’ve taken more than 8 and don’t feel the same effects as if I were to take a bar.
8 0.25 xanax equal 1 xanax bar.
4 0.25 =1mlg xanax , so another 4 would make 2mlg xanax.
Everybody’s telling me different answers so two of the blue footballs equals a bar or is it four?
- Xanax Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Xanax (detailed)
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