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Fake Adderal "Adoral" safe?

Adderall is so damn expensive. There's these capsules that they sell at headshops, called "adoral" and it's supposed to be a legal adderall. I'm very skeptical, is it safe to replace an adderall script with this stuff? And is it safe to take?
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757137 tn?1347196453
If it were legal, that is, a generic form, you would still need a prescription. So it is just junk. Get a prescription for generic Adderall. It is less expensive than the proprietary drug.
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189897 tn?1441126518
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   Apparantly it is, "Yes, they are packed with caffeine, a well known stimulant. Like any other stimulant, the drug can elevate alertness, mood, awareness, and energy.

Adarol also contains Tyrosine (4-hydroxyphenylalanine) which can cause nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.

And it contains Geranium Extract which can upset the stomach and cause the immune system to become more active. Which in turn would increase the symptoms of auto-immune diseases."
   Whatever it is, it certainly is not worth the chance.
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3074366 tn?1340776687
It's basically the same as a Red Bull and all energy drinks.  NOT a relevant solution or replacement for Adderall.  Generic IR Adderall isn't expensive at all and is called mixed amphetamine salts or amphetamine, dextroamphetamine mixed salts.  Something like less than a dollar per pill. ~
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