Lannett Pharmaceuticals Vs Teva Brand Adderall

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Charlie Says:
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Today I picked up my 20mg x 2 daily adderall IR Instead of my usual adderall made by teva brand i was given a new type that I have never had's supposedly a newer generic version from Lannett pharmaceuticals. It looks just like teva accept it's a lighter shade of peach color and it doesn't have that sweet flavor. It's more chalky like..its early evening and I decided to try one two hours have gone by and still nothing. Humm my question is has anyone else had the opportunity to try these newer version of adderall 20mg from Lannett pharmaceuticals?. I will come back in a hour or so and give an update..oh i read a different blogpost and have read that some actually liked it better than teva brand but wished for the sweet taste but they claimed to like it so let's see what others have to say thx for your opinion.

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Rcma Says:
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I tried the 10mg and thought it was one of the few that was quite good. I actually take dextroamphetamine Sulfate 10mg IR because the generic Adderall has way too much inconsistency with many generics on the market. I thought I'd switch it up. 10mg Adderall 1x, 10mg Dex 2x. Then ... It went back to Teva, which is my preferred brand and Teva Adderall had the crash, Lannett was smooth. These meds have binders that effect their break down and bio availability etc. It's so individual to the person, but I can agree with what ppl say about Aurobindo. The WORST imo.

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Somegirlinafog Says:
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Lannett made me physically sick. I was exhausted, nauseous, dizzy. Zero therapeutic effect. Avoid this at all costs.

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Charlie Says:
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Re: Somegirlinafog (# 2)

I felt the same way while taking this brand. It must be the inactive ingredients in the brand. So far this is the only brand Walgreens has where can I find teva brand adderall 20mg ir in my area. Do you know what pharmacy might carry the teva brand at?

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Rcma Says:
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Re: Somegirlinafog (# 2)

I maintain my position that they're fine by me. Aurobindo is crap IMHO but Lannett has been fine. I think it depends what you're accustomed to. I don't think they're crap at all.

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Sleepy Says:
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Re: Rcma (# 1)

I made the pharmacy list Aurobindo meds as an allergy because everything they make is crap. Their zofran didn’t work but gave me weird muscle spasms. Their adderall is the worst though. Like No doze or crossroads from the 80s/90s.

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Rcma Says:
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Re: Sleepy (# 5)


ULTIMATELY I ALWAYS GO Back to Teva/Barr Dextroamphetamine Sulfate IR tabs.... The Adderall generic market place has become like Las Vegas. Ya never win

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Truth Says:
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Re: Rcma (# 6)

Please fill out a Medwatch report form on the FDA website. People need to complain in huge numbers. Also tell the pharmacy! This needs to become a complaint they have heard before, so they will also speak up.

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