Drug info - are all benzodiazepines stored in fat cells?

Discussion in 'Benzodiazepines' started by spacejack, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. spacejack

    spacejack Newbie

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    i saw somewhere else on this site where someone posted info about water-soluble benzos, but didn't include alprazolam.

    according to many, alprazolam is one of the quickest benzos out of your system, quicker than some that were listed (rohypnol, for instance...in fact, the only benzo that i've seen listed as quicker out of your system than alprazolam is halcyon...)

    Is alprazolam stored in fat cells? If so, how can it be out of your system so quick? Are all benzos stored in fat? Are any?
     
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    killagorilla187 Newbie

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    not sure, thats xanax correct?

    Very fast acting.
     
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    Sklander Silver Member

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    Alprazolam is also called Xanax.

    Yes, Alprazolam is stored in fat cells as are all benzodiazepines. Diazepam has been known to stay in the system for weeks, however, Alprazolam is usually confidently out of the system in one week.
     
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    killagorilla187 Newbie

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    How long does klonopin stay in system for?