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[–] jv209 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

as someone who has binge-abused xanax like an idiot when I was a teenager with friends and almost killed myself, I can confirm you can black out and lose all memory. I snorted xanax at one house when I was 15 and woke up on the floor of another buddy's house with zero recollection of anything. I still don't know how I got there. I will never touch the stuff again.

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[–] Podestaisapedo 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Everyone I know who has abused Xanax has stories about waking up in the most ridiculous positions and having little to no memory of what happened the night before. Definitely a caution to anyone using or abusing, especially in the company of others.

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[–] Melitica 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Pharmacist here.

I am 100% sure ALPR bottle is generic Xanax...specifically 1 mg tablets which are blue "footballs".

Unfortunately...I am also 99.9% sure that is a CVS label and you cannot see the NDC number because they don't print NDC number, they print actual manufacturer name and then a bar code on the other side which would tell a scan what bottle it came from. The manufacturer is Pfizer and it is a blue tablet I think...but is NOT another alprazolam bottle. (Tiny text says Pfizer...And the caution warning about not transferring prescription to other people)

What you see as numbers is the last 4 digits of phone number.

On the alprazolam bottle, what looks like number is "Qty:" (not sure how many but prob 30 or 60) and "Store" (followed by Phone:)

I am going to see if I can find a suspect pill by Pfizer. I will reply to my own post when/if I do.

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[–] Phenomenonanon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Pfizer makes viagra which are also blue

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[–] Melitica 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I got that about 2 min later. Sick.

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[–] Melitica 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

GROSS. This makes sense... It is Viagra. "The little blue pill". Pfizer makes other stuff but only blue tablets are high blood pressure meds.

And yes...they do label it with dizziness warning.

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[–] cakeoflightylight [S] ago 

WOW I never even thought of that!!!

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[–] DICKFART_ 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

can you post the picture?

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[–] cakeoflightylight [S] ago  (edited ago)

I'm trying - it's on here - https://archive.is/Odj1k Having trouble with slimg at the moment. Will edit in a minute when I can. Edit: here I just put it up on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/PizzagateHome/posts/1730013633976144

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[–] Incubushunter 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

All you can see is it is a blue tablet with an imprint. May cause dizziness, sedation, don't use heavy machinery/don't drive etc. JA was careful not to show anything else. However that could be like 1700 different things. At first I thought it might be another bottle of alprazolam but it should warn against drinking alcohol if it was that. A lot of pain killers, ADD meds, muscle spasm/relaxers, zoloft(depression), anti-iflamatories(aleve),antibiotics, overactive bladder(oxybutin),anti-ulcer(sucralafate),htcz/lisinopril(diuretic),propranolol(betablocker),etc are all blue. It will be really hard to know for sure. Another thing to think about is you could have a pet with a condition that can be prescribed a med that humans can take and that is done by weight just like kids meds. Any med that can used on humans and pets can be filled at a pharmacy. Therefore, if you get a vet to write a prescription for ie. your dog/cat you can get it dosed for the same weight as a child.

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[–] Marly 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Maybe Nembutal also know as phenobarbital? If we're talking kids, this will do it. Not sure, really trying