Like ok i know this is bad but i take pills like as a drug i am 15 and i get them from my friends and i took today 30mg, 40mg,and 40mg. i was wanting to know how much is too much like in mgs. cause see i dont have adhd and it makes me hyper or high and i like it so can any one please tell me two things how much is too much and how long will it be in my system like urine test i have to take a pee test feb7 will i still have them in my system if i stop taking them today? If i wont be able to pass it what is some good ways to past a pee test without fake pee or something like that! Please answer fast!!!
What is too much adderall?
- 19 Jan 2012 by ThaBeast1216628
- 6 January 2013
Well, like ok Beast, that was already too much. You will get into so much trouble taking that stuff I can't even tell you. It's like totally addicting and you ain't gonna wanna ever crash from it. It'll make you not sleep right or eat right, and I don't even know if they'll find it in your urine. Like maybe if you stop taking it today you'll pass. Just quit that stuff. It's highly addicting.
Your Dr. should be able to tell you. No Dr. no drugs!
Its only addictive if you take it when you don't need it. Same as pain meds, if you use meds the way they are intended to be used then you will not become addicted.
It will show up in your urine and unless you have a prescription for the med then they will assume you are on meth, cocaine or heroin because they are in the same family of drugs.
It will stay in your system depending on how long you have been using drugs, how often, how much etc and how YOUR body metabolizes it.
If you've never taken adderall before that is too much to take... I'm prescribed it and I don't even take that much... also there is no such thing as 40 mg adderall and you will be fine passing a drug test within 2 to 5 days..
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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