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Adderall is not classified as a narcotic. Legally, YES. Adderall is a Schedule II drug, classified as such by the Controlled Substances Act. More here on the narcotic status of Adderall, plus a section at the bottom for your questions about Adderall.What is the best way to take Adderall?
Take the medication with water. Avoid juice, sodas or caffeine, as they can interfere with absorption and increase elimination of the drug through urine. Take the larger dose in the morning if you have to take Adderall twice a day. Take the second pill at least six hours later, as recommended by AskDr.Jones.com.What is the classification of Adderall?
Legally, Adderall is classified as Schedule II drug. The Controlled Substances Act controls the legal status of Adderall and is enforced by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).What drug class is Adderall?
Adderall belongs to a class of drugs called central nervous system stimulants. The drug works by increasing levels of the brain chemical dopamine, which stimulates the brain. This stimulation has a calming and focusing effect on people with ADHD. Use of Adderall has surged in recent years.