Lorazepam is used to treat anxiety, anxiety related to depression, short-term insomnia and other issues. Lorezepam affects chemicals in the brain and has a relatively high potential for addiction.
The price of Lorazepam varies depending on where you get it from. Purchasing the drug at your local pharmacy with a prescription may cost around $2.00 per 1 mg tablet. The price is dependent on the quantity you order and the particular pharmacy you purchase them at. Normally the smallest amount you can order in is 30 tablets.
The street price of Lorazepam varies as well. The majority of people selling prescription drugs illegally are doing so to make a profit so the drug could be marked up considerably. There are also a number of illegal online drug sites that will try to lure you in with discounted prices.
Avoiding Purchasing Counterfeit Lorazepam
Consumers have a lot of choices nowadays for where they purchase drugs. As you search for convenience and cost, be careful regarding the source. Counterfeit drug sales are on the rise and it’s possible that you could be purchasing pills that aren’t what you think they are. You could be wasting money on pills that are ineffective, or worse, risking your health by taking drugs that aren’t what they say they are and could be potentially harmful to you.
To avoid the risks associated with counterfeit drugs, it is best to buy your drugs directly from the pharmacist. Avoid purchasing drugs from a “dealer,” a friend or from an online drug site. Do not under any circumstances give or sell your drugs to someone else. Doing so makes you responsible for the possible health risks or addiction that could incur with them using Lorazepam.
If you have questions about using Lorazepam please do not hesitate to call. Lorazepam is a highly addictive drug and if used for long periods of time it can change the brain in fundamental and lasting ways. Addicts cannot simply quit which is why treatment and professional help is necessary.
Call our toll free number today to receive information on Lorazepam addiction and the process of withdrawal. You don’t have to do this alone; we are committed to helping you get started on your road to recovery. Counselors are available to speak with you 24 hours a day so call now.
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