I have been taking Adderall (generic) for a couple months now and am doing pretty well on it. But, I am having some bad GI effects, I am reading that Teva is the best manufacturer for the generic version, but I am not seeing that they are currently making it anymore. The generic I am taking is from Aurobindo Pharmaceuticals and I am reading on hear that they are the worst. I need the IR version and not the XR version of Adderall. So, who is now making the best? Please help.
What manufacturer currently makes the best generic Adderall?
Question posted by mdemory on 7 Nov 2021
Last updated on 6 December 2021 by Jay-in-LA
Completely agree Aurobindo tablets are awful, core-pharma had the best ones they were pink circles cross scored on the back into 4 sections. Orange oval shaped Tevas are ideal tabs , or orange circle ones E 404 on front, and cross scored into 4 equal sections on back manufactured by Sandoz , these are the best 2 generics available now, in my opinion. I know Teva discontinued a lot of their lower dosages are 7.5s, 12.5s , but not 20s or 30s, i fill th 30mg tabs, I got them from wallgreens,not at cvs if that's where you're going they tend to dispense the Aurobindo tabs all the time. Try wallgreens, or Costco they had been stocking the Sandoz version( they don't require a costco membership to use their pharmacy) they have multiple manufacturers available to them as well. If you go to small privately owned pharmacies you can request they order from your chosen manufacturer. And yeah stay away from Aurobindo... hope I helped
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