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Does anyone know where too get 1 mg Xanax in Chiang Mai I don't want the 0.50 and at what hospital?

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You may want to try a more herbal method --

L-Theanine (from green tea leaves)

 

Amino Acid that interacts with the stress receptors in the brain.

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Xanax has been outlawed in Thailand since years.


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1 mg generic Xanax may be difficult to find, but two 0.5 mg will do the same job.  It should be available at all the hospitals, but you will have to have it prescribed through the psychiatry dept if you use it long-term.  Suan Prung Hospital would be a good place to start. 

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55 minutes ago, NancyL said:

 Suan Prung Hospital would be a good place to start. 

 

Based on my experience, they don't give Xanax there. I need benzodiazepines for severe anxiety and I went to Suan Prung last August requesting some Xanax. I was told it is no longer available in Thailand (not sure how true that is). The doctor offered me 90 pills of 2mg clonazepam instead. 

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My suggestion would be to head to Phnom Penh and the Pharmacies there. I get all my meds. there and some of them are banned in Thailand and the U.S. Never a question asked and prices are rock bottom.

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2 hours ago, lipflipper said:

My suggestion would be to head to Phnom Penh and the Pharmacies there. I get all my meds. there and some of them are banned in Thailand and the U.S. Never a question asked and prices are rock bottom.

And if he gets caught he might just spend a few years in Thai jail.

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Not sure about CM.

I know Xanax and Valium can be purchased in Pattaya at some pharmacies.

Legal or not I am just saying.

But, I have seen it openly offered by street vendors on Sukhumvit in BLL on and around the Sois between Nana and Asoke.

Don´t know if it is real or not.

But, like flipper said just about anything over the counter in PP.

Please be aware of all the legal consequences.  

I have never heard of anyone being busted for a personal use packaged pharmacutical like Xanax.

Bringing back 50 boxes may be a red flag.

But, you never know.

 

 

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13 hours ago, lipflipper said:

My suggestion would be to head to Phnom Penh and the Pharmacies there. I get all my meds. there and some of them are banned in Thailand and the U.S. Never a question asked and prices are rock bottom.

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That is incredibly poor advice. Have you ever researched the law on what would happen if you get caught bringing it into Thailand?

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16 hours ago, boonrawdcnx said:

Xanax has been outlawed in Thailand since years.

In Bangkok I was prescribed Alprazolam (Xanax) 0.25mg (just in case) about six months ago. Heard all the stories about getting hooked so said I only wanted the lowest dose but the doctor would have happily given me something stronger if I asked. Fortunately I haven't felt the need to take any so far.

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15 hours ago, somtum16 said:

Based on my experience, they don't give Xanax there. I need benzodiazepines for severe anxiety and I went to Suan Prung last August requesting some Xanax. I was told it is no longer available in Thailand (not sure how true that is). The doctor offered me 90 pills of 2mg clonazepam instead. 

Perhaps the brand name Xanax isn't available in Thailand, but the generic alprazolam certainly is and I know people who have obtained it at Suan Prung and at least two other hospitals in Chiang Mai.

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Xanax.... Psychiatric drug, mind altering stuff. Can have very nasty side effects.

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On 3/27/2019 at 4:40 PM, steven2018 said:

You may want to try a more herbal method --

L-Theanine (from green tea leaves)

 

Amino Acid that interacts with the stress receptors in the brain.

5-HTP is a similar amino acid supplement used to treat anxiety.  Unlike Xanax, both L-Theanine and 5-HTP are non habit forming.

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The cocktail I use is - a cup of coffee (no sugar/creamer) = about 100mg caffeine, plus 200mg of L-Theanine. A 1 to 2 ratio.

 

The coffee will get you going. The L-Theanine will balance out the over stim of the caffeine, and interact with the GABA receptors in the brain to bring on a calmness. This has been my experience.

 

Since L-Theanine is an amino acid, adding a good fat helps in the uptake. Possibly, eggs (with yokes).

 

And, of course, this is informational only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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