i am currently taking 1mg xanax 3 times a day i go to walgreens and they have the generic brand purepac and i have heard that greenstone brand is so much better i was just wondering if anyone had any feed back .......its like i am almost immune to the xanax cuz i have been taking it for over 2 years i also take 2mg of klonopin with the generic of mylan and those suck so bad so if anyone has any input it would be helpful thanks
I have been on Xanax .25mg 3-4 times a day (purepac from Walgreens) I have switched to Xanax XR .5mg 2 a day (greenstone, from Walgreens) The XR version of Xanax doesn’t kick in as fast as the regular Xanax but it does last a lot longer with less ups and downs. Just a thought for you to discuss with your doctor
Greenstone is a subsidiary of Pfizer so I hear they are highly recommended.
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