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What is the difference between strattera and adderall?

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11 Aug 2013

Strattera is not an amphetamine based medication. Adderall I believe is composed of 4 amphetamine salts. Adderall is classed as a schedule 2 controlled substance as Strattera is not controlled as closely or at all. Taking Adderall you have a possibility of failing a drug test administered for methamphetamines

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