Hello. I found pills in my daughters room that are broken up. The appear to be white, rectangular pills with the imprint "xano" and a "2" on the back. It looks like there are 3 score marks on it so you can break it into 4 pieces. Does anyone know what this could be?
What is this pill - with 'xano' imprint?
- 31 Oct 2010 by sillybilly999
- 26 April 2011
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It could be alprazolam, Xanax 2 mg?
Pill imprint X ANA X 2 has been identified as Xanax 2 mg.
Xanax is used in the treatment of anxiety; depression; panic disorder; tinnitus; dysautonomia and belongs to the drug class benzodiazepines. There is positive evidence of human fetal risk during pregnancy.
Xanax 2 mg has a low potential for abuse. The drug has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. Abuse of the drug may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence relative to the drugs in schedule 3.
Please take it across a pharmacy for correct identification.
The pills you found are 2mg Xanax and if you haven't already done so you may want to highly consider talking with your daughter about these pills because they are incredibly popular for people seeking prescriptions for recreational use. I have no idea why this site says that they have a low potential for abuse because this is absolutely not the case. It can be very easy for someone to overdose on these pills if they are not being taken as prescribed and/or being used to get messed up and can be highly addictive.
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Updated 18 Feb 2012 • 1 answer