How many .25 of xanax equal 1 mg?
- 29 May 2012 by Robles81
- 23 August 2019
Think about your med in quarters and one dollar.
0.25 mg times four equals 1 mg Xanax.
Simple as that,
Hello Robles81. Four. To add that the effectiveness of the .25 dose would be much less than that of the 1mg. Regards pledge
If I do my math correctly, I would say 4. Hope this helps.
It takes (4) .25 mg of Xanax to equal 1 mg of Xanax ~ such as one Blue Football. Therefore in addition (8) .25 mg pills are equivalent to a 2mg Xanax Bar.
A Xanax bar is 2 milligrams - so 8x 0.25mg will equal 2 milligrams, which is one bar.
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