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Pill with imprint XANAX 0.25 is White, Elliptical / Oval and has been identified as Xanax 0.25 mg. It is supplied by Pfizer U.S. Pharmaceuticals Group. Xanax is used in the treatment of anxiety; panic disorder and belongs to the drug class benzodiazepines
How to identify the drug
- White, rectangular, counterfeit ‘Xanax bar’ with name ‘Xanax’ printed on one side and 2 on the reverse side. They have three break lines delineating four sections.
- Yellow, rectangular counterfeit ‘Xanax bar’ with R039 printed on one side. They have three break lines delineating four sections. They have been sold under the slang name ‘school buses’.
- Both tablets are being sold for between $25 and $50. They are advertised as 2mg Xanax and often claim to contain alprazolam.
There has been an increase in the availability of fake ‘Xanax bar’ tablets across New Zealand, including one recent sample that possibly contained the novel benzodiazepine etizolam. Details on how to recognise the two types of tablets currently being sold online in NZ are outlined above.
Note: A further notification was issued in October after flualprazolam was found in a fake yellow ‘Xanax’ tablet being sold in NZ.
If you have heard of any reports of this drug, please let us know through the Report unusual effects page, the alert ID is N20/0005. All submissions are anonymous.
The background behind fake benzos in New Zealand
This is a new trend in New Zealand, as illegally used benzos here are usually diverted from legal sources. These counterfeit tablets are designed to imitate 2mg Pfizer produced, alprazolam-containing Xanax brand tablets, which are not legitimately dispensed in NZ.
KnowYourStuffNZ has tested two of these ‘Xanax bar’ tablets in Wellington. There was a possible presence of etizolam in the white ‘Xanax bar’, while the yellow ‘Xanax bar’ showed the presence of Parexyl. It’s possible this is the binder used.
It’s hard to know exactly how much etizolam or other adulterants are in the tablets, because the small amount of benzodiazepine in the tablet (0.5-2mg) compared to the actual size of the tablet (approx. 350mg) makes testing difficult.
Illegally-produced fake ‘Xanax’ pills containing other novel psychoactive substances is a growing trend internationally – the UK also recently issued alerts about it.
Etizolam is considered a novel psychoactive substance as it is not prescribed in most countries. In 2018 it was implicated in the death of 548 people in Scotland alone, accounting for more than 80% of ‘street benzodiazepine’ deaths.
Between April and June 2020, etizolam was the most common novel benzodiazepine detected by the Center for Forensic Science Research and Education in the United States. Novel benzodiazepines accounted for 59% of all novel psychoactive substance detections.
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