What drug family is soma in?is it a controlled substance?
- 18 Sep 2010 by paralegal80
Is soma detectable in a drug urine screen?
18 Sep 2010
Soma is a prescribed muscle relaxant . It is meant to be used short term (up to two or three weeks) to treat muscle spasms due to injury or other muscle problems.It is not a controlled substance.- It will test as false positive for morphine.-
18 Sep 2010
i dont know about other states but in louisiana it is a controlled substance ... because so many people were abusing it ... the made it by fda or the law or whoever makes that decision... soma is a controlled substance here... take care
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