It's a round white pill, AD is printed on one side, and 3 0 on the other side with a dividing line between the 3 and 0. It was shipped in from Pakistan.
What is this pill - with 'AD 3 0' imprint?
- 9 May 2011 by windrider1202
- 18 July 2014
- pill id
It is highly likely that this is some knock-off/non-FDA approved Adderall clone. The imprint you described appears on the 30mg Immediate-Release version made by original manufacturer, Shire... but it is orange in color, as are most of the (FDA approved) generics. The only "white" version would be a 5mg by Shire... not the 30mg. I have seen almost all versions of this 30mg in IR generic form, and I cannot recall seeing a white 30mg version. I know for a fact that
Shire (brand) 30mg = orange
Sandoz 30mg = orange
CorePharma 30mg = pink
Barr 30mg = orange
No generic versions will have the imprint AD on them, as that is the imprint of the Shire brand ones.
So, my most educated guess is that it is probably a mail-order knockoff that I would be very suspect about. I would not take a drug that is unidentifiable.
Will update if I find out any more info, but it sounds shady to me. I'd rather be safe than sorry -- btw, how do you know it's from Pakistan?
I got the same ones from my pharmacy that 30mg ir the big orange ones that say 30 on them but last month they gave me these small orange ones with a moon single and a 30 on them iv been reading about them and people say they don't work for them. I forgot the name but it starts with a e that's the kind there called and l find them not to work that well either why would my pharmacy switch after 7 years I'm very upset with my pharmacy?
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.