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Discussion in 'Amphetamine' started by twekvod, Jun 17, 2005.

  1. twekvod

    twekvod Newbie

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    Apr 2, 2004
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  2. deadmoap

    deadmoap Mercury Member

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    Mar 28, 2005
    30 y/o from U.S.A.
    I've never even heard of phentermine. Why buy on the web when you have
    medicaid? I get all my prescriptions for free, so I jumped at the
    opportunity to get adderall. I got concerta instead, but will most
    likely be switched to adderall.

    I took 36 mg of concerta this morning and it's awesome. I cleaned the
    whole house, then it started to wear off into the zone where you can't
    really feel anything but still have great concentration. I haven't ate
    a thing all day, which probably isn't good, I should at least eat
    breakfast. I'm addicted to caffeine and usually drink about 86 oz of
    vanilla coke a day, and haven't even had any cravings for that. And if
    adderall is "way better"... damn I can't even imagine it. I liked
    euphoria, but I like the energy boost and appetite supression more.

    Everyone reacts different to drugs so what works for one person may not
    work another. I haven't felt nervous or jittery like I do on moderate
    doses of caffeine. I just want a stimulant that is more effective than
    caffeine yet is not something I will abuse as a drug, and although I've
    never tried it, meth seems like too much for someone who just wants
    stimulation and appetite supression.

    I want something that is between "caffeine junky" and "tweaker", and concerta hits the spot.

    If only the coca cola company would replace the 50 mg of caffeine with 5 mg of amphetamine... ahhh, it would be such bliss.

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  3. beachball1

    beachball1 Newbie

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    Feb 8, 2004
    I was prescribed Ritalin, wich Concerta is, but slowered released, wich I find is more *enjoyable* than amp, however less *functional* (doing cool stuff --having a blast, etc-- instead of homework).
    I miss rit though [​IMG]