Fake Mexican Xanax

A safe medicines supply is fundamental for public health because of the relationship between drug failure and health problems at the individual and population levels as well as the health consequence of substandard or falsified drugs.

Fake Mexican Xanax is a common feature in many street corners and according to a BBC report fake Xanax is fueling the anxiety drug death crisis. Fake Mexican Xanax contain fentanyl and other synthetics, such as U-4700, Fentanyl laced pills are responsible for most overdose deaths involving drugs that triggers highs. Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that is similar to morphine but is 50 to 100 times more potent.

In their latest report on fake online pharmacies that ply their trade in the United States, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) found more than 1,500 new websites that it considers “Not Recommended,” and of these, 31% are offering illicit prescription drugs, such as fentanyl.

In Franklin County next to Fairfield, the county coroner reported a nearly 75% increase in overdose deaths between in just six months. These  spike in overdoses linked to fentanyl has sent health officials and policymakers rushing to find long-range solutions, just as the opioid epidemic appeared to be slowing in parts of the country. According to preliminary data from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office, deaths related to fentanyl continued to rise in the county last year, mirroring a national trend, though it’s difficult to say how many of those fatalities were caused by pills.

 

How to Spot Fake Mexican Xanax Pill Vs Real

A consumer, may not have access to most of the test equipment used by regulatory bodies to verify the identity of a drug product but there are simple guidelines that can help identify a fake Mexican Xanax bar or pill

 

Check the Mexican Xanax pill Packaging: This is the simplest and the easiest method to check the authenticity of   Mexican Xanax bar. Check the packaging for details like unusual fonts, print color, and missing logo. Analyze whether it appears the same or different from the one you have used before.

 

No Breakage in the Seal: A Mexican Xanax pill packet that comes with a security seal should not be damaged. Look for a crack or breaks in the sealing tape.

 

 Check the Mexican Xanax Pill Dosage Form: Look for dissimilarities in physical appearance of the drug like its color, size, uniformity, consistency, shape, etc.

 

Physical Attributes of tablet: As stated by World Health Organization, the common physical attributes that need to be looked out in medicine tablets are;

 

  • Small pieces of tablets, excessive powder at the bottom of the medicine container, or brittle and crumbly capsule spilling powder.

 

  • Cracks in the tablets or capsule.

 

  • The appearance of crystal on the container walls or on the medicine tablets.

 

  • Softening or hardening of the medicines.

 

  • Swelling, spots or discoloration of the tablets or capsule.

 

 Allergies / Unexpected Side Effects from using Mexican Xanax pill: Most of the medicines including  Mexican Xanax have side effects. It is important to consult your doctor before the usage to keep a check on allergies arising from it. If you notice certain unexpected or harmful side effects from your medication, report to your doctor immediately.

 

Price of Mexican Xanax: If the price of  a Mexican Xanax bar or pill is suddenly far cheaper than the usual rate, double check the product as there may be a chance that the fake companies wanted to lure customers by providing medicines at much cheaper rates.

 

Verify Online or SMS: Many countries have unique methods for the verification of the genuineness of pills using authentication code or other online portals to confirm the authenticity of the Mexican Xanax pill being purchased.

 

Fentanyl Test: Using a simple fentanyl test strip can help determine whether your  Mexican Xanax pill is laced with the deadly fentanyl or not.

 

What Are The Side Effects of Real Mexican Xanax?

Common side effects of Xanax include:

 

  • Drowsiness
  • Tiredness
  • Dizziness
  • Sleep problems (insomnia)
  • Memory problems
  • Poor balance or coordination
  • Slurred speech
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Irritability
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Increased sweating
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Upset stomach
  • Blurred vision
  • Appetite or weight changes
  • Swelling in your hands or feet
  • Muscle weakness
  • Dry mouth
  • Stuffy nose
  • Loss of interest in sex

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