So I do not want to take Adderal(spelling?) Because it is as addictive as a narcotic.
So I found something called Profderall.
It is apparently holistic? A “good alternative for adderal?
Does anyone have any experience taking Profderall?
I’ve been looking up the effects and haven’t found any negative effects as of yet,
but they are also not FDA approved drugs. And are sold as dietary supplements.
What do you think good investment?
“Profiderall has been developed according to Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act regulations enforced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.”
Seems legit I guess, but what I find hilariously clever is the fact that its name is “Profiderall”
…as in “profitable adderall.”
@lytning91, haha, thanks yeah that is something I noticed too.
But now I am seeing that AddieUp,
seems to be a more natural solution to even profitderal < whom's makers may of been arrogant in the name choice haha.
I just…I hate pharmaceutical companies and don’t trust them enough to think someone could release an OTC Adderall unless either A) The people that make adderall make this or B) It’s not legit and the Adderall people don’t feel threatened.
You cannot get the speed effect without the addictive properties, because the high is what gets you hooked. As long as there are effects that you find favourable and want to keep, there’s risk of addiction.
And some pseudo-holistic “natural” (it’s not natural) product will never be nearly as effective as a proper central stimulant hard drug.
What are you gonna use the drug for anyway? What good do you think will come of putting unknown foreign substances into your system?
Proprietary blend = you won’t get any REAL answers.
Just take a shit load of it and let me know how you feel after.
If you feel tired, its releasing a lot of neurotransmitters (amphetamines).
If you feel sick, its probably something caffeine related.
If you feel nothing, don’t buy it again…
If you feel good, its probably just herbals.
Why not just take adderall like the rest of us. It isn’t a narcotic, either. Its an amphetamine. Its not very addictive at low doses, however if you ever find yourself taking more and more – STOP YOU BIG DUMBASS.
@manimal‘s got it all said here. If the drug helps you at all (in your subjective unconscious/conscious opinion), then there is a risk of addiction- but it’s not hard to keep a good head on your shoulders and prevent the addiction from forming.
There isn’t a shortcut, especially through this pseudo-natural bullshit so either take brand-name adderall or stay clean man.
@everymorningbornfromtheashes, As a college student, I feel confident saying: Adderall isn’t that addictive.
If you can stop yourself from smoking weed when you want to, you can definitely stop yourself from taking an adderall if you feel the urge to take one.