What Happens When You Mix Cocaine and Xanax?
Cocaine is an illicit drug that acts as a stimulant, while Xanax is a prescription medication used to treat symptoms of anxiety and panic disorder, but it is commonly used without a prescription.
Because of the differences in the effects of cocaine and Xanax, people often wonder, what happens when you mix cocaine and Xanax? The following highlights some key things to know about cocaine and Xanax including the risks of mixing the two.
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