s 90 3 a slang term for alprazolam, a popular and addictive anti-anxiety drug. The nickname comes from the shape of the high-dose, rectangular pills. Other nicknames for Xanax s 90 3 include “z-bars,” “zanbars,” “planks,” “bricks,” “bars” and also “zanies.”
What Color Xanax Pill Is the Strongest?
Color, along with the shape of a tablet, can provide some clues about the strength of alprazolam tablets — but it’s not a perfect indicator. That’s because different manufacturers use different colors for their formulations.
The lowest dose of alprazolam, 0.25 mg, usually comes as an oblong, white pill that scored down the middle — and most manufacturers pills look relatively the same, according to a search of the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s pill identification database.
But while most 0.5-mg alprazolam tablets, for instance, are football-shaped and pink or peach in color, some manufacturers sell 0.5-mg tablets that are yellow. And although 1-mg tablets are usually blue, some are green. As mentioned above, 2-mg Xanax bars are usually white, yellow or light green.
The highest strength dose of Xanax a 3-mg extended-release tablet. That pill triangular — not bar-shaped — and green.