What is a Xanax bar?

November 10, 2021

What is a Xanax bar?

A Xanax bar is usually the 2 mg version of the alprazolam. It comes in four squares attached lengthwise and is referred to as a Xanax bar (or xanny bar).
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November 10, 2021

Is Xanax a narcotic?

No, Xanax is a sedative in the benzodiazepine drug class. Narcotics are opioid pain-relieving medications like oxycodone and hydrocodone.
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November 10, 2021

Is Xanax an opioid?

No, Xanax is a sedative in the benzodiazepine drug class. Opioids are pain-relieving drugs that are either derived from the poppy plant or created in a lab.
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November 10, 2021

Is Xanax a barbiturate?

No, but Xanax and other benzos are like barbiturates. In fact, they were created to replace barbiturates due to the high risk of addiction associated with barbiturates.
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November 10, 2021

is Xanax a controlled substance?

Yes, Xanax (alprazolam) is a Schedule IV substance. This means that it has a lower risk of abuse than the first three classes, but there is still a risk.
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November 10, 2021

How long do benzos stay in your system?

In short, it depends on the type of benzo. Short-acting benzos (like Xanax) will enter and leave the body quickly, usually within a day. On the other hand, longer-acting benzos (like Klonopin) will have a slower onset and stay in the body longer, up to a few days. 
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November 10, 2021

Can you overdose on Xanax?

Overdosing on benzodiazepines alone is unusual. That said, Xanax often plays a part in overdosing in combination with other substances. The most common combination of substances found during a benzo overdose includes benzos and alcohol, benzos and opioids, or all three. Each of these substances slows the body down so when taken together, the body...
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