Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Adderall makes me feel miserable personally. I hate amphetamines.

But if you need to crank out a whole semester of homework in a couple of days, Adderall will help you do that.

What probably should have been left out of the article is the bit he mentioned about "DOCTORS" saying that if Adderall is taken by a responsible person who's not a schizo takes Adderall and doesn't snort or inject it then it should be relatively safe. Even if that knowledge was divulged to him by a doctor, he should have left it out. The readers of this magazine could easily be college-age Americans with access to this dangerous amphetamine. Adderall's first hour effects are DEFINITELY euphoric and that high could be a cause for addiction; plus some of his readers could be schizophrenic and not know it, read this, say that "DOCTOR's" said it was OK, and pop a 30 mg next time they have a big exam. Silliness.


  1. Silliness is right. I thought the same thing when I read this article. Like REALLY? Why they would include that quote is beyond me. It was almost like directions for those who want to try adderall.

  2. I didn't even think about that until reading this post. After doing so, though, I definitely do agree that they should have left this out. The readers could also be kids in high school, who don't pay much attention to the "warnings" so to speak and might try it and become addicted.

  3. I agree with you Adderall made me a miserable and sick person as well. I got diagnosed with ADD when I was young and the doctor prescribed me to Adderall, I got very sick. I took it in the morning before school, could not eat all day because it upset my stomach and took my appetite away, and when I finally got home from school I was so tired but could not sleep. I also agree wit you that part very easily could have been left out of the article.