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Adderall

Basic Information

Summary

A mixture of 75% dextroamphetamine and 25% levoamphetamine. Commonly used to treat obesity, narcolepsy and ADHD. It is also used widely either as a recreational stimulant or study-aid, particularly in the USA where it is frequently prescribed.

Stimulant

Stimulants excite the nervous system and increase physiological function.

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Habit-forming

These drugs pose a higher risk of causing habit forming behaviour, take particular care with the amount and frequency they are taken.

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Common

Common drugs are those which are well known and widely used among the drug community. This doesn't necessarily mean they are safe, but it usually comes with a longer relative history of use in humans with which to establish a safety profile.

Dose
Oral
Light5-15mg
Common15-40mg
Strong40-75mg
Heavy75-125mg+
Insufflated
Light5-10mg
Common10-30mg
Strong30-50mg
Heavy50-80mg+

NOTE: Adderall XR is extended release. Effects take a while to begin, and last much longer

Duration
Oral
Onset minutes
DurationXR hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Insufflated
Onset minutes
Duration2-5 hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Note
Onset minutes
DurationHighly hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Oral-XR
Onset20-60 minutes
Duration hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Oral-IR
Onset10-30 minutes
Duration hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Insufflated-XR
Onset10-45 minutes
Duration hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Insufflated-IR
Onset0-10 minutes
Duration hours
After-effects1-24 hours
Effects

    Effects lovingly provided by PsychonautWiki

    EffectsIncreased alertness, Euphoria, Increased motivation, Reduced appetite, Flushing of the face, Increased body temperature, Tachycardia (Incrased heart rate) Paranoia, Insomnia.
    Aliasesaderal
    aderall
    adderal
    d-amphetamine
    d-amph
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    Interactions

    Dangerous

    Unsafe

    Caution

    Low risk & Increased Effects

    Low risk & Decreased Effects

    Low risk & No Synergy

    References & Notes

    General