Citation: Faith Contradictory. "I Love My Prescription: An Experience with Amphetamines (Adderall) (exp32455)". Erowid.org. Mar 5, 2021. erowid.org/exp/32455
I never liked to tweek. I always liked something that would slow me down. But recently I decided to try using my adderall. I took three capsules of 20mg each from my bottle in the kitchen window. I opened the capsules contents onto a mirror. A million little balls fell out onto the mirror. I places a sheet of paper securely over the balls and crushed them with a double-a battery. I finished crushing them finely with my drivers license like you would any other drug. I then moved the powder back into the capsule and closed them. I repeated this with the other two. I started off snorting an entire 20mgs worth to start. I did this by taking my car key and dipping it into the cap and doing bumps off the end of my key. I was feeling pretty good at this point; very light-headed and suprisingly, slightly lethargic.
After about 5 minutes of completing one cap, I started to speed up. I was grinding my teeth and my appreciation for music was greatly incresed. This was at approx. 3am. About 4:30am, I decided to do a few bumps from cap number 2. I did this while surfing the net, listening to music, and watching tv. I finished off cap 2 around 7am. After doing so, I went downstairs to piss (I pissed about every 30 minutes, christ!) and my grandmother was awake. She spent the night with us the night before because my mom had given her a perm. She asked if I'd drive her home and I did. I went to my room, got my keys, did the first bump from cap number 3 and I was feeling great.
While driving, I noticed I payed more attention to the road. After I got home, I worked on cap number 3 until about 11 or noon. I started to come down hard around 4 and went to sleep about 6pm. I slept a total of 17 hours, waking at 11 the next morning with nothing more than a slight headache which lasted all day. Overall, I liked it. Much more pleasurable then I thought, but its easy to see how one would become addicted to it.
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