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Is soma a narcotic? Also is it like the same thing as tizanaden?

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kaismama 29 Sep 2012

Some isn't really a narcotic, but its a controlled med. Its a level 4 which is not as problematic as a level 2 or 1. Xanax is a level 4, to give you some perspective. Tizanidine is also a muscle relaxer but its not considered to have abuse potential, like soma is.

Anonymous 29 Sep 2012

Hello,

No, it is not a narcotic.

Soma is used in the treatment of muscle spasm; nocturnal leg cramps and belongs to the drug class skeletal muscle relaxants. Tizanidine belongs to the same drug class as Soma, but as kaismama states, Tizandine "it´s not considered to have abuse potential".

Take care,

maso.-

13Karma 5 Jun 2015

Soma became a schedule IV narcotic in 2012 across the United States.

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