Is there any medical uses for Amphetamine?
yes, ADHD medications are all amphetamine derivatives. Also in the past amphetamines have been used to treat comas as well as persistent catatonic states. The military actually hands them out in "stim packs" to fight battlefield fatigue.
Yes they will, but they will show up as the same thing...amphetamine. It depends on the type of test. It will test as an amphetamine on a base level test but an professional panel test can distinguish the difference because Vyvance only uses the D-amphetamine. Adderall uses four different types of amphetamines. So they can test by the presence or lack there of to determine. Virtually all drugs leave a unique footprint behind.
Valium (diazepam) is a benzodiazepine. It has a calming, sedating effect. It is used in the treatment of anxiety as well as insomnia, seizure, alcohol withdrawal, and muscle spasms. It acts as a skeletal muscle relaxant. Ecstasy (MDMA) is a member of the amphetamine class and acts as a stimulant, hallucinogen, and empathogen. It does not have any approved medical uses but is currently being researched in conjunction with individual therapy for the treatment of…
dexedrine, benzidrine, methamphetamine, adderall, amphetamine sulfate or any compound with the parent structure dl-alpha-methylphenylamine. Although Ritalin (methylphenidate) is used for the same diagnosis as amphetamine it is not in itself classed chemically with amphetamines because it does not have methylphenylamine as the parent compound.
ic amphetamine salts are generic for Adderall IR, which contains 4 different types of amphetamine salts, racemic amphetamine aspartate monohydrate, racemic amphetamine sulfate, dextroamphetamine saccharide, and dextroamphetamine sulfate. All of these are amphetamine salts. ic amphetamine salts contain dextroamphetamine as well racemic amphetamine mixtures, which contain equal parts levo- and dextro- amphetamine. So the difference is that ic amphetamine salts (Adderall IR) contains ~75% dextoamphetamine and ~25% levoamphetamine.
Amphetamine (and it's more clandestine derivative, methamphetamine) is a chemical compound, not a mixture of ingredients, so it is the only ingredient to amphetamine. There are many different methods of synthesizing it, but the end product is always the same. When it's made in a medical lab for medical purposes the purity is high and the product is generally safe if taken as directed and not abused. Clandestine cooks making meth for non-medical purposes, of…
You are referring to the d-amphetamine salt combination, known as the brand name "Adderall". To answer your question, it does contain 25% d-amphetamine sulfate (dextro-amphetamine sulfate). This is the entire composition of the d-amphetamine salt medication: 1/4 dextro-amphetamine saccharate 1/4 dextro-amphetamine sulfate 1/4 (racemic amphetamine) aspartate monohydrate 1/4 (racemic amphetamine) sulfate
Amphetamine addiction is eminently treatable. If you have insurance, the best way would be inpatient detox and treatment, so that you can get clean successfully, learn about your disease (addiction is a disease) and get you comfortable living without your drug. Then we would suggest attending Narcotics Anonymous meetings. If you do not have insurance, we would still suggest a medical detox if you can swing it somehow, and NA. Finally, lacking any medical assistance…
The usual suspects, adderall, dexedrine, vyvanse, etc. Basically any amphetamine-based drug. However, Wellbutrin (bupropion) and Eldepryl (selegiline) can also cause false positives because of the structural similarities between their active metabolites and amphetamine. Ritalin would not show up as amphetamine, but would still get you in trouble if you didn't have a prescription for it.