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The Dangers of Xanax 'Bars' (aka 'Zanies' or 'Planks')

8.25.2018 by Noah Benson
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The Dangers of Xanax 'Bars' (aka 'Zanies' or 'Planks')

Bars, planks, and zanies are all slang terms for the highest dosage of Xanax pill. It comes in a long, thin white or yellow pill that can be divided.

Though very effective in the short-term, Xanax causes people to quickly develop a tolerance, meaning that they need to take higher and higher doses in order to get the same effect. At a certain point, a patient will need to be switched to another medication or form of treatment to avoid the temptation to take dangerously high doses. It was first released to the public in 1981 and soon became one of the top-selling prescription drugs in the US. Xanax (generic name: alprazolam) is a common prescription medication of the benzodiazepine class that’s used to treat anxiety and panic disorders as well as nausea from chemotherapy.

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Xanax Bars What Do The Different Colors Mean?

5.22.2018 by Matthew Allford
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Xanax Bars What Do The Different Colors Mean?

Xanax bars come in a variety of shapes, colors, and strengths. How much is a bar of Xanax? The street price of the drug, both liquid Xanax and Xanax pills.

These round or oval-shaped pink pills resemble a football. This type of alprazolam is not widely produced. Pink Xanax: This is a common dosage form of alprazolam with a maximum strength of 0.5 mg, which is a dose suitable for the treatment of panic and anxiety disorders. Pink alprazolam is legally available by physician-authorized prescription only, but many people with a benzodiazepine addiction purchase it on the street or obtain it from friends and family members.

This is known as addiction.

The Dangers of Abusing Xanax Bars

4.21.2018 by Alexis Johnson
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The Dangers of Abusing Xanax Bars

Taking Xanax bars outside of prescription guidelines may lead to dependence and addiction, and mixing them with other substances can be.

Xanax (alprazolam) is the most frequently prescribed anti-anxiety medication in the United States. Though relatively safe when used as prescribed, Xanax may come with negative side effects and has caused many people to develop an addiction.

Mixing Xanax bars with central nervous system stimulants, such as cocaine or Adderall (amphetamine) also raises the risk of overdose. Stimulant and depressant drugs have opposing effects and may counterbalance each other. The combination of euphoria and relaxation may be attractive, but it can lead people to think they need more of one drug or the other because the effects do not seem as strong.

Alprazolam (Xanax) is a sedative-hypnotic drug that depresses the central nervous system (CNS) to help a person relax.

How Xanax Became the British Teenager's Drug of Choice

3.20.2018 by Brandon Young
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How Xanax Became the British Teenager's Drug of Choice

Alongside opioids like Percocet and OxyContin, Xanax bars have been stars of the US rap scene's recent obsession with prescription pills.

Xanax is the trade name for alprazolam, a benzodiazepine sold by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. When prescribed for anxiety, doctors recommend 1.5mg a day, and to never surpass 4mg daily. At the height of his addiction, Dan was taking the equivalent of 5mg a day, and sometimes more if he was stressed about something ("meeting up with a girl, an exam, a night out"). Like the vast majority of UK users, though, the pills he was popping were likely counterfeit Xanax – alprazolam that had been pressed into tablets by DIY dealers and marketed on the dark web as the legitimate branded stuff, meaning his true daily dosage could have been even higher.

Whatever the reason, and whatever conversations people have, for now, Xanax use isn't going anywhere – and you only have to talk to the drug's users to find out why.

Many others do the same.

Fake Xanax The UK's biggest ever dark net drugs bust

12.29.2018 by Noah Benson
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Fake Xanax The UK's biggest ever dark net drugs bust

The Red Devil: a limited-edition 5mg counterfeit Xanax pill,. in a million years going to [get] your hands on 100k legit Xanax bars, or any other.

Brad no longer has seizures, but he still goes to hospital for scans and check-ups. His entire friendship group has changed their approach to drugs.

“With a heavy heart I have to report HBB is currently missing,” wrote Imperial Stormtrooper on June 22.

UKB was a mysterious figure on dark net forums. He emerged on AlphaBay in early 2015, selling a very similar range of drugs to HBB on various dark net markets – also with favourable reviews.

Teenage drug use is no longer going down, as the Home Office once insisted ; it has risen overall since 2013 – and fake Xanax is one of the most hyped drugs around.

“Sadly for you lot I will be out of bars within a couple of days and then there may not be any more from me unless HBB reappears with a reasonable explanation or ukbenzos reaches out to me,” continued Imperial Stormtrooper.

“Three men were arrested on the 5 October 2017: a 30-year-old and 25-year-old from Bedfordshire, and a 30-year-old from Kent, for the offences of Conspiracy to produce a controlled drug of Class C, Conspiracy to supply a controlled drug of Class C and Money laundering,” police told BBC Three.