is it an opiate? and if generically blood tested at a hospital how will it show up?
Klonopin, aka Clonazepam, is not a narcotic, because it is not an opiate. However, it is a Benzodiazepine aka Benzo, and it is just as addictive as any narcotic. It's also a little harder to quit a Benzo. So you don't want to get hooked on it. It will show up on a drug test as a Benzo. If you don't have a script for it, you will be in trouble.
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