Indiana’s Battle Against the Surge of “Fake Xanax” from the 70s


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Indianapolis, IN – Beware: Bromazolam, a sinister synthetic drug, looms as a growing threat, warns the Indiana Department of Health. 

This chemical concoction, originally conceived for medical purposes back in the 1970s, has never received official authorization for use in the United States.

Known on the streets as “XLI-268” and “fake Xanax,” Bromazolam is strikingly akin to widely recognized anxiety-relief heavyweights, Xanax and Valium. It’s a perilous impostor that’s infiltrating communities in various forms, from tablets to powders and even gummies.

Shockingly, this menacing substance only made its ominous debut on American soil a mere four years ago. Stay vigilant as authorities battle this alarming menace.


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