Fake drugs also referred to as counterfeit drugs can be defined as illegally produced drugs or pharmaceutical preparations that may be contaminated or contain the wrong or no active ingredient at all. They sometimes have the right active ingredient but at the wrong dose. Fake drugs are illegal and may be harmful to your health. Each year, fake or substandard medications kill more than 300000 people worldwide.
GG249 Pill is a white rectangular medication that has been identified as Alprazolam 2mg supplied by Sandz Pharmaceuticals Inc.. Alprazolam is used in the treatment of anxiety; tinnitus; depression; panic disorder; borderline personality disorder (and more), and belongs to the drug class benzodiazepines.
Alprazolam, belongs to a class of medications called benzodiazepines which act on the brain and nerves (central nervous system) to produce a calming effect. It works by enhancing the effects of a certain natural chemical in the body (GABA). It is considered a mild tranquilizer.
According to new findings, Alprazolam bars laced with the potent pain drug fentanyl were to blame for overdoses and the increasing number of drug related deaths. Fentanyl is a dangerous and sometimes deadly drug that is 50 times more potent than morphine sold by neighborhood dealers. According to a former drug investigator for the Cincinnati Police department who is now president of the International Health Facility Diversion Association, “dealers brag about the potency of their products, and even brag when someone overdoses or even dies as proof of the superiority of their product. Screwed up thought process, but nevertheless that’s the world of illicit drug dealing.”
How to spot a fake GG249 Xanax Bar
Fake drug manufacturers are acquiring new technologies, making it easier to make fake pills look very much like the real thing. Sometimes it is difficult to tell a fake GG249 xanax bar from an original. With pictures of fake GG249 bars all over the cyber space masquerading as real, here is how to detect a fake GG249:
– Visual inspection as stated by World Health Organization (WHO) (1999) still remains the first step in identifying potential fake drug irrespective of the analytical methods used. Look at the fonts in the imprints on the pills and the pack for inconsistencies. Number 4 is written on the Xanax white bars as a part of the number 249 in GG249. This number 4 is written differently on the fake GG249 white bars and the real ones.
– A GG249 pill fake will most times taste differently and have excessive powder and/or pieces of tablets at the bottom of the container (from abraded, crushed or broken bars). There are three scores or horizontal lines on these gg249 white bars. These lines divide the