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Flurazepam - is it a narcotic?

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Anonymous

30 Sep 2012

Hello mrsfarrell, & welcome to the site. I hope by now someone has answered your question. Flurazepam is not a narcotic, but a long acting benzodiazepine. Dalmane is a common name. It is commonly used for anxiety. I am giving you the link below in blue to read about this medication. Wishing you the best...
http://www.drugs.com/cons/flurazepam.html

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