is xanax a narcotic?

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22 Jul 2009

Xanax is a benzodiazepine. It's not a narcotic but benzos are very addictive. You need to be very careful with xanax or any of the benzos. I used them for 25 years and it's horrible trying to get off once dependent. Be careful.

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