Know About Yellow Xanax Bars
Yellow Xanax bars are a widely prescribed form of the popular drug Xanax that primarily helps treat anxiety and panic disorders. Yellow Xanax bar has a pill imprint “R 0 3 9” and is rectangular. People also identify it as alprazolam 2 mg.
It belongs to the benzodiazepines category and functions like any other class drug. Alprazolam 2 mg comes under schedule 4 controlled substance under the CSA and is federally regulated. So, it is advisable not to take yellow Xanax without a proper medical prescription.
Yellow Xanax is also known as Xanax school bus in slang terms. This name is usually used by peddlers or people who abuse Xanax. One should not misuse Xanax as it can result in physical and psychological dependence, overdose, or even death. Tell your medical healthcare professional if you feel dependent on this drug.
Yellow bars of Xanax comes with a warning of abuse due to their addictive properties. It can also cause breathing problems, especially if you have recently taken an opioid (narcotic) medicine, alcohol, or alcoholic beverages.
Sudden discontinuation of this medication can cause unpleasant life-threatening withdrawal symptoms such as sudden (and severe) changes in mood and behavior, unusual muscle movements, confusion, being more active or talkative than usual, seizures, hallucinations, or thoughts about suicide.
To ensure safety, store the bottle containing yellow Xanax bars safely. Only an authorized and licensed pharmacy can distribute this drug in the United States. And, selling or giving it away illegally is against the law.
Severe side effects of yellow Xanax bar that need instant medical help are an allergic reaction (rare but possible), seizure, weak or shallow breathing, double vision, lightheadedness, risk-taking behavior, hallucinations, decreased need to sleep with increased energy, racing thoughts, being talkative or agitated quickly, jaundice. In contrast, the common side effects include lightheadedness and drowsiness.
What are yellow pills used for?
Percocet is a prescription opioid painkiller that has the potential for abuse. Most Percocet comes in a yellow oval shape, but pills can also be white, blue and round. Percocet dosages printed on pills range from 2.5 mg to 10 mg.