I took a 30mg on friday to help get stuff done will it b out by monday
30 Jan 2013
When administering Adderall normally, the average elimination half-life for d-amphetamine occurs at 9 – 11 hours post dose vs. 11.5 – 14 hours for l-amphetamine. The mean elimination half-life for Adderall XR is about the same as for Adderall instant release, but varies according to age and body mass.
Positive tests for Adderall depend upon length, frequency, mode of administration and amount of use. In other words, the longer and heavier you’ve been using Adderall, the more likely it is that Adderall is detected in your body and the more likely you will experience withdrawal from Adderall is you stop dosing. Urine testing can generally detect use 1-4 days after your last dose of amphetamine but you can test positive for amphetamines a week following heavy chronic use.
Just an FYI: When people take a drug they are not prescribed, they are taking a chance because they do not know how it will impact their body. People who buy it and aren’t prescribed have no one watching over them, and are taking a risk because they don’t really know how it will affect them. Possessing even a small amount, one or two pills, without a valid prescription is a felony.
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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