Adderall 30 mg Tablets




what is adderall?

Low Rate Adderall is a stimulant of the central nervous system from the group of amphetamines. Adderall contains four mixed amphetamine salts, such as:

Dextroamphetamine in the form of Sulfate and Saccharate.
Amphetamine in the form of Aspartate Monohydrate and Sulfate.

Prescribing Information

Adderall is intended for the treatment of narcolepsy or ADHD in adult adolescents or children older than three years.

The action mechanism of Adderall lies in the brain activity enhancement and in increasing the production of hormones that regulate behavior and attention: norepinephrine and dopamine.

By acting on the functions of the CNS, Adderall helps improve cognitive functions, including:

Improve memory
Increase concentration
Reduce anxiety or excitability
Adderall helps to effectively alleviate such common symptoms of ADHD, as impulsivity, hyperactivity, or inattention.

Dosage: low rate adderall

Adderall is available in two dosage forms that contain a different concentration of mixed amphetamine salts:

film-coated tablets – 20 mg, 7.5 mg, 15 mg, 5 mg, 30 mg, 12.5 mg or 10 mg
extended release capsules – 15 mg, 10 mg, 25 mg, 20 mg, 5 mg or 30 mg
Adderall dosage schedule is adjusted according to the patient’s age, individual response to the stimulating effect of the medication, as well as the type and intensity of the disease.

For the treatment of ADHD in children, the initial dose of Adderall is 2.5-10 mg per day. A child’s dose of Adderalls can be taken whole or divided into two equal uses.

The daily dose of Adderalls for adults with ADHD ranges from 5 mg and up. The interval between daily doses of Adderalls should be at least 4 hours. The maximum Adderalls dose is 40 mg.

For the pharmacotherapy of narcolepsy,children under the age of 11 are prescribed Adderall 5 mg/day.
The initial Adderalls dose for the narcolepsy treatment in adults or adolescents over 12 years of age is 10 mg per day.
In an insufficient clinical response of the patient, the dose may be uppedto a maximum of 60 mg of Adderalls per day. The daily dose of Adderalls should increased gradually, with a step of 5-10 mg once a week.


To accelerate the sleep onset while going through an Adderall treatment course, patients may take various anxiolytics, including Trazodone (Desyrel), Guanfacine (Tenex), Clonidine (Catapres) or Melatonin (SGard).

Adderall can interact with drugs that belong to other medicinal groups, including:

anorectics (Sibutramine, aka Meridia)
MAO inhibitors (Selegiline, popular as Emsam)
anticonvulsant (Phenytoin, manufactured under the brand Dilantin)
tricyclic antidepressants (Amitriptyline, known as Elavil)
To avoid hypertension, fever, or seizures, do not take Adderall earlier than 2 weeks after the end of a course with MAO inhibitors, such as Tranylcypromine (Parnate), Isocarboxazid (Marplan) or Rasagiline (Azilect).

Side effects: low rate adderall

With prolonged use of high Adderalls doses, the risk significantly increases of such psychical side effects as mania, aggression, excitability or anxiety.

The list of the most common adverse events of Adderalls includes a significant decrease in appetite, sleep disturbances and indigestion. These side effects of Adderalls are dose-depended, and they can be controlled by a gradual dosetitration.


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