- n. alprazolam
- n. an antianxiety agent (trade name Xanax) of the benzodiazepine class
- A trademarked name, coined by Pfizer. (Wiktionary)
“Perhaps a massive distribution of Xanax is in order – to all the red states.”
“Xanax is a great drug, but fall Sundays shouldn't necessarily require its use.”
“My speculation about her consumption of Xanax is just that so I will not elaborate in that area.”
“Basically, Xanax is the Oprah Winfrey of psychopharmacology.”
“There are specific medicines to cure your anxiety if you are suffering from it and Xanax is one of the prominent anti-anxiety medicines available in the market.”
“I don’t blame her for yelling at him to hurry it up. listening to people talk who are clearly strung out on Xanax is pretty nerve racking.”
“Three drugs were found near the 25-year-old aspiring singer's body including Olanzapine (used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder), Cyclobenzaprine (a muscle relaxant) and Alprazolam (used to treat anxiety or panic disorders) -- commonly referred to as Xanax.”
“For example, a very popular anti-anxiety drug called Xanax was shown to reduce panic attacks during a two-month experiment, but when individuals reduce or stop the medication, panic attacks can increase 300-400 percent (Consumer Reports, 1993).”
“Take knockout cocktail of Ambien + Xanax, which is really not a good thing to do, but it lets me have a dreamless sleep ? for a while.”
“And finally, we found a drug called Xanax or Alprazolam at a level of 23 micrograms per liter.”
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