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The pill with the “L612” inscription has been identified as Loratadine rather than Xanax, a kind of antihistamine. Antihistamine is a class of drugs that are used to treat symptoms of allergies. Allergies cause the body to release chemicals known as histamines, which manifest as common symptoms of allergies like runny nose and eyes, sneezing, and nasal swelling.