Well Ive been looking up that soda and juice arent a good idea with adderall xr because it makes the adderall less effective or releases it more quickly. So im very confused and I need someone to clarify the facts for me.
Ok so there are many more intellectual responses I have seen on other websites abot this issue. Lots of intelligent narrative about ascorbic acid, ph, urinary alkaline stuff blah blah blah. Here is the point: A very talented, intelligent scientific team thought enough about potential interactions that they saw fit to include it on the med informaton form. Just follow the guidelines. Drink those beverages sparingly and relish the cool, crisp refreshing experience of water. Trust me, hou will need it. I get dehydrated occasionally because I forget to drink water. This last time, I woke up in the morning with 15-20 large ulcerated sores on my tounge and burn-like lesions on the roof of my mouth. Not the medications fault, I didnt drink enough water. I have some pics of it and its nasty. If I were you, I would ditch the carbonated bevies and stick to the real fruit when you want a treat.
If you dont drink plenty of water and you end up with "pox mouth", soda and juice will be impossible to drink anyway. (Seriously google " adderall and mouth sores". It is alot more common than you think.
If you feel comfortable sending me a private message with your email, I will send you those pics. I look like a text book.
Yes, anything with Vitamin C, including supplements should not be taken with Adderall. It lowers the effectiveness of the drug.
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