M. Amphet Salts 20mg (Thread 210940)

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I can't tell if these are time released or not. Apparently they are generic adderall but I don't know if they are XR or instant release
The pills are capsules orange in color I'd say they contain small little balls on the inside and say M. Amphet Salts 20mg

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Verwon Says:

Time released medications usually have something on them to denote that, such as the XR, CR or ER.

And the listings I am finding for this do not list it as time released, either.


What was marked on the prescription label?

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Jezebel Says:

You have the XR version (extended release) of generic Adderall, made by Shire. The IR version (instant release) comes in a tablet form, not capsule.

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PrayinImWrong Says:
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I also get the m. Amphet salts 20 mg orange capsules with the beads in them, I know this comment was posted a long time ago but if anyone could Help, I'd greatly appreciate it. I have had a rough few months with a bad staph infection, and became septic, was very close to dying . Thank the Good LOrd above I am slowly getting better , but since I have been home I have had home health care, and been learning how to walk again so I am not able to drive and pick up my regular prescriptions . I am there when they are dropped off and I have authorized one person to pick up my medications for me. Here's my problem.... I am unsure if the amphet capsules have always been filled 3/4 of the way with the beads inside or if they always filled the capsule completely ? Because I was so sick , my entire system was affected, including my brain, so I am still a bit "foggy" on things. I thought that this capsule was always completely full with those little beads inside, with no wiggle room, they were solid.... but I cannot say that with 100% certainty and I need to know positively if I am right or wrong about this because if I am remembering correctly and they always are filled to the top, then someone dear to me has been opening my medicine and taking a little bit out of each one, hoping I would not notice . I Really Hope that this is Not the case, but I have to know one way or another. Does anyone know for sure ? Or can u tell me how I can contact maybe a manufacturer to find out ?
Thank you so much for ANY help!!!

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