it's a muscle relaxer, I have never heard of anyone snorting it and a gum scraper on a night stand. Someone is paranoid I would be very careful to make accusations without concrete proof. Think about it addicts don't leave anything lying around. This one is just way to far fetched for me. Sorry
Soma is a drug of abuse if someone takes a bu11load of it...usually 5 pills or more to get a benzo high and go to sleep/benzo users have a high tolerence to soma tho as a rule...snorting it/never heard of it/but i had never heard of snorting sub nor wellbutrin til I got on this forum..so who knows?
yes it happens sadly enough. some people go to extremes often too many times. i dont know why some1 would snort an anti-depressant tho. Then again my husband is an EMT and you wouldnt believe the things he has seen
She could be snorting it. When i run out of my drug of choice i'll take anything to be honest. I've snorted muscle relaxants, xanax, valium, ambien, suboxone, anything that I thought would get me some kind of high. Sometimes i think i am even addicted to the process of grating them up and snorting them. Hopefully your daughter isn't doing this though. If she is maybe if you can just talk to her and let her know you're here to help her and stand by her side then she will do her best to stop?
I read a post on wikianswers or wikiquestions where this guy was asking the same thing. He apparently tried it, but I don't think he experienced any effects. Muscle relaxants, at least the OTC kind, seem very weak. I actually took 2 very recently for sore legs, and nothing happened. I didn't feel "high" nor did my aches go away!
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