Yes, soma is processed thru the liver. Your liver is the filter in your body. 99% of what goes in your mouth goes thru the liver. Some things are harder on your liver than others and soma is one of them. They are also considered a narcotic and addictive so be careful. I take soma myself but i use it sparingly. If you have any problems with your liver you should tell your dr before using it. And dont stop this drug cold turkey. You will have withdrawal symptoms.
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