... have is Teva or Barr and that is the worst Adderall ever. I like Corepharma but I found a pharmacy that has Sandoz, is Sandoz Adderall any good?
29 Jul 2011
Adderall is available in generic form made by several companies, the active ingredient & contents in all the pills are the same, by & large the formula to manufacture is also the same & approved & licensed to be sold by FDA.
Since Corepharma pills suit yourself, maybe it would be a good idea to write to them for availability, but guess the pills made by Sandoz also should be good enough.
Take care, be well & safe, please, best wishes.
29 Jul 2011
Walmart is where i have gotten my adderall prescriptions filled. they are the only place in town i have found i can get it. i get the corepharma at walmart or i believe walgreens, because that's what they usually carry. i forget whether they're the pink or the orange tabs of 30mg adderall.
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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