This site say's I posted a question over 10 hrs ago, I just posted it bout 30 mins ago???
How long does it take for adderal to get out of your system if youv'e only done it 1 time?
Added 21 Oct 2010:
I am attending 2 excelled (8 week semester) college classes after being out of school for 10 yrs! I have a 5 yr old son, and about 2-3 hrs of reading to do every night, which I have been slacking on! I am not good with reading, so it takes me a long while, I just can't focus! So a friend of mine has ADD or ADHD n he takes meds for it, well.... he said try 1 of these pills they'll keep you going, and it did give me energy! I read 5 long ch.'s in bout 2 hours! It's called Dexadrine? (dextroamphetamean) But.....at the same time I get random drug tested, and I know those pills have speed or meth in them. I know I shouldn't have taken it, but I had to focus n get this home work done! Anyway, how long does it take for Meth to get out of your system? Does any1 really know? I really need to know! Thanks
22 Oct 2010
Amphetamine is detectable for 1-2 days normally. Dextroamphetamine is the d- isomer and is more effective than the l-isomer. There is no methamphetamine in adderall, only levoamphetamine and dextroamphetamine - For your knowlege: Methamphetamine can be detected about a day longer as the extra methyl- group makes it more easily absorbed by the body.
- Dextroamphetamine Information for Consumers
- Dextroamphetamine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Dextroamphetamine (detailed)
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