In the U.S., Farmapram is called alprazolam (brand name: Xanax). Alprazolam is a benzodiazepine drug used to treat anxiety and panic disorder. 2mg Farmapram Bars appear to be a common name for alprazolam in Mexico and maybe manufactured in that country.
In the U.S. alprazolam is classified as a Schedule 4 Controlled Substance by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). Due to a the possibility of misuse, addiction, and diversion. Alprazolam. And other members of the benzodiazepine class can lead to risks of abuse, misuse, and addiction. Along with physical dependence, and withdrawal reactions.
What are 2mg Farmapram Bars used for?
In the US, alprazolam is classified as a benzodiazepine and approve by the FDA to treat:
- anxiety disorder
- panic disorder
Alprazolam may also prescribe by your doctor to treat “off-label” conditions such as:
- chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting
- social phobia
Unapproved, or “off-label” uses of alprazolam are uses that have not been approved by the FDA and are not found in the package labeling. However, some doctors may have had a good experience using alprazolam in an “off-label” fashion. Also, it may be an acceptable use even though not specifically listed in the product label.
- Benzodiazepines can be dangerous and addictive and should only be used if specifically prescribed for you by your doctor.
- Using any benzodiazepine with an opiate may result in profound sedation, slowed or stopped breathing coma, and death. Opiates include prescription medicines like hydrocodone or oxycodone, and illegal drugs like heroin.
- Fatal side effects can occur if you take alprazolam with alcohol or opioid medicine. Other drugs cause drowsiness or slow your breathing.
Related: Alprazolam Boxed Warning and Product Information
This is not all the information you need to know about this medicine for safe and effective use. Also, it does not take the place of talking to your doctor about your treatment. Review the full alprazolam information here, and discuss this information. And any questions you have with your doctor or other health care provider.