Counterfeit alprazolam contains other harmful drugs There have been increasing reports of counterfeit alprazolam products found around Australia. At the same time, NSW Poisons Information Centre alprazolam overdose consultations have doubled. Most counterfeit tablets do not contain alprazolam, instead they contain etizolam, other benzodiazepines or other drugs which can be more harmful. The tablets have variable appearance and can look like a variety of local or overseas alprazolam 2mg, such as Kalma, Xanax, Mylan, Sandoz. The tablets have been illegally sold online or on the street (not pharmacies). Read more at the NSW Health website
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