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why can't drug tests know the difference between adderral and street drugs

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Adderall is not a "street drug" if it is prescribed and used properly by the person to whom it was prescribed. However, it IS a "street drug" if it is sold by anyone other than a licensed pharmacist/pharmacy, or otherwise sold, given away, traded for something, etc., to anyone other than the person for whom it was prescribed. The only difference between a "street drug" and "Adderall" is whether or not you have a prescription. Adderall is an amphetamine and also addictive, and many types of amphetamines are often used and/or abused by people who buy them, "on the street" (without a prescription) but they are also sold, used, and/or abused by people who do have prescriptions for them. Drug tests can be general or specific. If it is a drug test testing for amphetamines, Adderall will show up positive for amphetamine use if you are taking it, whether prescribed or not.
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