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What is a klonopin classification?

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19 Nov 2010

Klonopin is part of a group of medications called benzodiazepines. Hope this helps?

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19 Nov 2010

There are actually two classification of Klonopin.
1.) Anti-convulsants
2.) Benzodiazepines
It is a schedule 4 drug which is a less addictive drug and has less potential for abuse than some other forms of Benzodiapines, Barbituates and Anti-anxiety agents. Hope this info helps you out some, marjorie zych

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