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pharmaceutical Adderall XR

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A pharmaceutical amphetamine, Adderall is used to battle attention-
deficit hyperactivity disorder ( like ADD) and narcolepsy. The first time
the drug was prescribed was in the nineteen seventies, to be used as an
anorectic, usage as such is now extremely rare.


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A pharmaceutical amphetamine, Adderall is used to battle attention-
deficit hyperactivity disorder ( like ADD) and narcolepsy. The first time
the drug was prescribed was in the nineteen seventies, to be used as an
anorectic, usage as such is now extremely rare.

Adderall stimulates the centreal nervous system by the use of 4
amphetamine salts. The 4 salts are:
 - amphetamine aspartate
 - amphetamine sulfate
 - dextroamphetamine saccharate
 - dextroamphetamine sulfate

The last salt in the list, dextroamphetamine sulfate, can also be found
alone in a druge called dexedrine. Because of the use of four different
salts, the manufacture claims that the difference in metabolism rates
allows the Adderall's, affects to have smaller highs and lows and be a
generally smoother drug to use over similar drugs that treat the same
conditions. This claim by the manufacture is backed with very little
evidence, which has slowed the claim for immediate release adderall.
Recent studies have proven that sustained releases of dexamphetamine
lasted longer in duration to Adderall, and are much less expensive. The
only down side to using dexamphetamine is that the drug is much less
effective in the first few hours of dosage.

Marketed as Adderall XR, the druge can now be found in an 'immediate-
release' tablet or an 'extended-release' capsule. Due to the nature of
all of these forms of treatment, I strongly recommend consulting a
medical professional who will be able to provide you with more
information, and guide you in the right direction.

				
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