I have this blue oval pill , with b 972 on it , and 10 on the other side. I'm getting conflicting reports on to what this actually is.
That website says it's dexedrine (dextroamphetamine).
This website (the makers of the pills, Teva) says its adderall...
This website says its an "Amphetamine Salt Combo Oral" , also "AMPHETAMINE / DEXTROAMPHETAMINE - ORAL" .
I'm just confused as to exactly what is in these pills... it says it's adderall, which is 4 amphetamine salt mixture. But then it says its "dextroamphetamine" , which is only 1 salt , otherwise known as dexedrine.
Hopefully they're just 10mg dextroamphetamine pills. Anyone who can clarify would be very helpful. Thanks!
Sorry if this isn't in the right area. I'm not sure where to post this question.
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Lenses, as much as I wish I could tell you that was Dexedrine, to my knowledge, that is an Adderall pill. They are close in abbreviation on the pill, but that is an Adderall pill. Hopefully someone can back me up on that.
That's what I expected. Wow then, it seems like a lot of the drug ID websites are wrong for that ID. It's listed as pure dexamp...
The weird thing is it feels like dexedrine... it seems cleaner than regular adderall capsules. Maybe because its IR instead of XR.
Thanks for your help guys!
Last edited by lenses; 07-12-2009 at 23:37.
Sorry, no prescription Pill ID's in this forum. Thread locked. You should know better lenses, you've been around since 2006.