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Drugs with the active ingredient dexamphetamine (D-amphetamine) are mainly prescribed for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.

Adderall® is a drug with the active substance dexamphetamine (D-amphetamine), which additionally contains levoamphetamine (L-amphetamine) in a ratio of 3:1.

Differentiation from other amphetamine-containing substances

In contrast to amphetamine, which is present as a racemate (1:1 mixture of L- and D-amphetamine), drugs with the active substance dexamphetamine as well as Adderall® have a stronger psychoactive effect due to the purity or the high proportion of D-amphetamine.  

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