What is a Green Xanax Bar?
Green Xanax bar is the 2-milligram dose of alprazolam in an elongated rectangular-shaped green-colored pill. It comes in the size of 15.00mm, having an imprint “S 90 3” on the scored side. The bar is available only on prescription as it contains a high dose of Xanax.
Inactive ingredients of a green Xanax bar are corn starch, sodium benzoate, silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, lactose, docusate sodium, crospovidone, and color additives FD & C Blue No. 2 and DC & C Yellow N. 10.
Are green Xanax bars benzos?
Green Xanax bars contain alprazolam, which belongs to the drug class of benzodiazepine. So, they are “benzos” or short-acting benzodiazepines. A green Xanax bar act on the GABAA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) receptors to impart the effects of calmness and relaxation to the body.
What are the uses of the green Xanax bar?
Green Xanax bars work similarly to other benzodiazepines. They are usually prescribed for the successful treatment of a panic disorder, anxiety disorder, and for the short-term relief of symptoms of anxiety.
Green Xanax is useful for a short duration of treatment, approximately four weeks. Clinical studies do not show the efficacy of green Xanax after four weeks of the period.
What are the dangers and effects of green Xanax bar?
There are some warnings or dangers associated with the use of green Xanax. They are as follows:
Risk of dependence and withdrawal syndrome
Multiple seizures and status epilepticus
Serious inter-dose symptoms
Fatal central nervous system depression
Impairment of performance
Life-threatening harms to the fetus
Severe alprazolam drug interactions
Potential of abuse and addiction
The frequent green Xanax side effects include:
Central Nervous System: headache, drowsiness, lightheadedness, confusion, depression, nervousness, insomnia, syncope, memory impairment, loss of coordination dizziness, cognitive disorder, tiredness, decreased libido, muscle tone disorder, agitation, disinhibition, derealization, abnormal dreams, and fear
Gastrointestinal Disorder: diarrhea, dry mouth, abdominal distress, constipation, increased salivation, nausea, and vomiting
Cardiovascular System: tachycardia, hypotension, and palpitations
Sensory: blurred vision
Musculoskeletal Symptoms: tremors and muscle rigidity
Body as a Whole: nasal congestion, weight gain or loss, hyperventilation, and upper respiratory infection
What is the onset and half-life of a green Xanax bar?
The onset of action starts within half an hour. Xanax reaches peak blood concentration in about 1-2 hours. The average half-life of a green Xanax bar is 11.2 hours in an adult. It takes almost five to seven half-lives for 98% of the medication to eliminate from your body.
Green Xanax is detectable in your urine, blood, saliva, and hair. In blood, it is detectable for up to 24 hours. It is detectable in saliva for 2.5 days, in urine for up to 4 days, and about 90 days in hair.
What are the factors that affect the half-life of green Xanax bars?
Several factors affect how long your body takes to eliminate Xanax. The common factors affecting the half-life of a green Xanax bar are:
Age of the person receiving the medication
Weight of the person
The ethnicity of the person
Metabolism of the person
Use of alcohol
Smoking habits of the person taking Xanax
Concurrent drugs and supplements
Are green Xanax bars addictive?
Green Xanax bars are a Schedule IV substance under the controlled substance act. Addiction is one of the most severe green Xanax side effects. Using Xanax for a longer time or at a higher dose can cause physical or psychic dependence. This leads to addiction to green Xanax bars.
Xanax bars are addictive and have a potential for abuse. Abusers often buy Xanax from the streets. Green Xanax bars are famous on streets by the names of hulk Xanax and green monsters due to its color, shape, and strength.
What are the common symptoms of Xanax addiction?
The typical warning signs of addiction to green Xanax include:
- You use or want to use the medication more often than prescribed
- You start craving for the drug
- You feel disgusting, sad, and unworthy when you do not take Xanax
- To achieve the same “high,” now you need a relatively more significant amount of the drug
- You fake the symptoms to get Xanax prescription
- You keep asking for the medication to friends, neighbors, or other loved ones
- You start buying the medicine online without prescription
The symptoms of green Xanax addiction include:
- Cognitive impairment
- Nausea or vomiting
- Delirium tremens
- Slurred speech
- Loss of coordination
- Weakness or fatigue
- Financial or legal consequences