Is Methocarbamol a narcotic?

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1 Dec 2009

No. Even though it is a muscle relaxant, it is not considered a narcotic by the FDA.

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16 Oct 2011

It's not a narcotic and you can not become dependent or addicted to it. Although the effects can be addicting for some.
Also unlike narcotics, you will not need more (higher dosage/higher frequency taken) to have the same effect after a long period of time.

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