Below you will find a list of Adderall drug and substance interactions, including the effects caused from one drug to the other.
(reserpine, glutamic acid HCI, ascorbic acid, guanethidine, fruit juices, etc.)
- Lower absorption of amphetamines
Urinary acidifying agents
(sodium acid phosphate, ammonium chloride, etc.)
- Increase urinary excretion by increasing the concentration of species of the amphetamine molecules
- Hindered by amphetamines
- Absorption of amphetamines may increase from gastrointestinal alkalinizing agents(sodium bicarbonate, etc.)
- Co-administration of Adderall and alkalizing agents like antacids should be avoided.
- Urinary excretion in amphetamines may be decreased due to urinary alkalinizing agents(acetazolamide, thiazides).
- Effects of antidepressants may be increased from amphetamines.
- Amphetamine metabolism is greatly hindered by MAOI antidepressants. This can increase one’s chances of headaches, hypertensive crisis, and neurological toxic effects that can even result in fatality
- Effects of antihistamines may be suppressed by amphetamines
- Effects of of antihypertensives my be irritated by amphetamines
- Effects of amphetamines are hindered by chlorpromazine due to it’s blocking of dopamine and norepinephrine. Therefore, chlorpromazine can be used to treat amphetamine poisoning
- Intestinal absorption of ethosuximide may be slowed by amphetamines
- Central stimulant effects of amphetamines are hindered by haloperidol
- Lithium Carbonate may discourage the stimulatory and anorectic effects from amphetamines
- Amphetamines may increase the effects of meperidine
- Due to the acidifying agents found in methenaimine therapy, urinary excretion of amphetamines may be increased.
- Effects from norepinephrine may be increased due to amphetamines
- Absorption of phenobarbital may be slowed from amphetamines. Co-administration of phenobarbital may cause an anticonvulsant action
- Absorption of phenytoin may be slowed from amphetamines. Co-administration of phenytoin may cause an anticonvulsant action
- Effects Amphetamine CNS stimulation may be increased from propoxyphene. In some cases, fatal convulsions may even occur.
- Effects of veratrum alkaloids are hindered by amphetamines