Adderall is a stimulant medication with dextroamphetamine sacharate, dextroamphetamine sulfate, amphetamine aspartate monohydrate, USP and amphetamine sulfate USP as its primary ingredients.
It has a number of inactive ingredients as well, and comes in a gelatin capsule form.
Adderall is a combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, and this combination together is used for the...
A depressant drug, more commonly referred to by its street name "downers," are any type of prescription or nonprescription drug that act to reduce the functions or activities of a specific part of the brain. Depressants usually have a calming or sedative effect on the body and are often prescribed by doctors in pill form used to treat depression or anxiety disorders. They work by reducing the...Read Full Article
Substance abuse and addiction is a serious problem in the United States affecting all types of people throughout the country. It doesn't affect any specific gender, age, ethnicity or social status. Substance abuse can be of any illicit drug like marijuana, heroin, cocaine or meth, along with prescription drugs, club drugs and alcohol. This can lead to changes in your health, mental state and...Read Full Article
Drug treatment programs aren't a new concept, though new principles of treatment are introduced every day. In fact since the 1970s, treatment programs have been successful at helping addicts quit using, recover their lives and relationship, and move on to a healthier and longer life without drugs and without relapse. Not all drug treatment programs are created equal however, so here are some...Read Full Article
Drug treatment facilities are in nearly every major city of the country, so how do you know which to choose? This is an important decision because the treatment facility you choose will be the one you count on to help you overcome addiction or substance abuse. This isn't just a small task; it is possibly the hardest thing you will ever do. Therefore, you want to do proper research, find the...Read Full Article
Percodan contains 4.8355mg of oxycodone and 325mg aspirin and is prescribed to treat moderate to moderately severe pain.
The oxycodone content is an opioid narcotic pain reliever that enhances the effects of the aspirin, but, has the potential to be habit forming and cause addiction.
What Is Percodan? Percodan has a short half-life and is normally prescribed to be taken every 4-6 hours or...
Rohypnol is a club drug that can be used to cause somnolence and amnesia. It is sometimes used by people who want to abuse its high, but more often, it is used as a "date rape drug.
" Rohypnol is very dangerous as it can be "odorless, colorless, and tasteless" in order to be slipped into a drink without the person's knowledge (NIDA).
Commonly, Rohypnol (or flunitrazepam) is known as...
Delsym is a commonly used medication for the relief of coughs that are not accompanied by phlegm, but instead a result of infection, such as a common cold or sinusitis.
As a cough suppressant, it works by decreasing the feeling that coughing is necessary.
While many people understand the importance of only taking Delsym as directed by a medical professional, others make the mistake of...
Crystal methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that "typically is smoked using glass pipes similar to pipes used to smoke crack cocaine" (DOJ).
It can also be injected and it is a "colorless, odorless form of d-methamphetamine." It is a synthetic, or manmade substance, and it looks like little shards of crystal or or rocks that are sometimes bluish-white.
Though it produces a strong and...
Prescription drugs are medications that doctors prescribe to patients after the patient has visited the doctor's office looking for help with a sickness or ailment the patient thinks that they may have. Most often the patient will shows signs of symptoms that lead them to believe that they are sick, in pain, or under some type of stress that requires a prescription medication in order to...Read Full Article
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