Adderall is the non-generic name of the medication developed for the treatment of juvenile or adult Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder or AD(H)D. It is only available under prescription.
Two stimulants are combined to create Adderall, these being dextroamphetamines and amphetamines. An extended-release version is available, known as Adderall XR.
In 1960, the US Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, granted its approval to Adderall. The FDA similarly granted its approval to the compound formed from dextroamphetamines and amphetamines to be distributed as a generic.
The non-generic version, branded Adderall, is produced by DSM pharmaceuticals. Generic versions are available from a wide variety of pharmaceutical producers.
Adderall is in the category of drugs known as central nervous system (CNS) stimulants. Such drugs achieve their effects by raising the levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine within the brain. Dopamine stimulates particular brain functions, which produces a relaxing effect on ADHD sufferers as well as improving their concentration.
Adderall is highly regulated substance in almost all of the countries. As a result many people have moved towards buying Modafinil as an alternative to Adderall. Modafinil is one of the most popular smart drugs, however there are also other side effects, ranging from mild to serious, to be aware of when using Modafinil.
Modafinil is less regulated and as a result easily available without a prescription to patients in many countries.
Safe boost to focus, energy and mental performance Enhance mental clarity and control stress & anxiety
Improve learning and memory retention Modafinil can be bought in dosed tablet form only. In the majority of cases, it is significantly more economical to use than Adderall as well as some generic forms of Adderall.