Farmapram 2mg. Mexican Xanax, under the brand name Farmapram, is a benzodiazepine medication that is made mainly of alprazolam, the main compound in U.S.-produced Xanax.
Legitimate Xanax prescription drugs can only be obtained from a licensed health care provider.
However, due to the influx of knock-off or counterfeit prescription medications from Mexico and other countries, Mexican Xanax can easily be obtaine either online or by street dealers.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has note that Farmapram may be produce with unapprove ingredients and chemicals, since pharmaceutical laws vary from country to country.
Risks associated with using the drug include dangerous drug interactions due to unknown substances in the drug, risk of overdose due to potential opioid-lacing, and more.
Dangers And Risks Of Taking Mexican Xanax
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the FDA have issued public and disclaimers against purchasing or ingesting any kind of foreign-produced or illicitly-sourced drug.
This is because the ingredients used to create these drugs, including Farmapram Xanax — also called Farmapram 2mg — go under the radar and cannot be tested or approved before production.