M. Amphet Salts

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I have found some light blue and clear capsules in my daughter's pocketbook. On the blue side it says: M. Amphet Salts and on the clear side it states 10 mg. Can you provide me any information on what it is.


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Nikki Says:

My friend found a pill capsule that is clear one end that says 5 mg. and blue side says M. Amphet Salts what is this

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Verwon Says:

This is a generic for Adderall, a stimulant commonly used to treat ADHD and narolepsy.

Common side effects may include: nausea, irritability, headache and insomnia.

You can read more on this here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Adderall/­

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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chris Says:

I know this is a very old post, but as for the pills you found, its Adderall or Amphetamine salts. Basically speed.

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heather Says:
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What you found in your daughters purse is a low low gineric. Nothing likeAdderall! My daughter has been switched to that and it is not doing nothing for her. If anything she's acting more crazy. This insurance thing they keep switching everyone to medicade then something else back to medicade back to whatever

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Auntie D Says:
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I originally took them for energy, but was going thrusjor depression for years.I must of tried 15- 20 different antidepressants, none worked ,also was on clonipin1mg 5×a day.to no avail. Once I tried adderal ,I became a human being again.No more tears, panic attacks, low to no energy,I could concentrate again.I feel whole again. Why don't M D.s try it on patients w/ depression, severe depression. IT WORKS !!!!


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