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  • in reply to: New manufacturer for adderall – Amerigen? #122338
    scott_n@cox.net
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    From Amerigen’s website “Amerigen launched its first product on the U.S. market in 2014 following the approval of an ANDA for carbidopa 25mg tablets, then the first generic equivalent to Valeant’s Lodosyn®. The Company now manufactures, from its site in Suzhou, multiple oral finished dose products that are commercialized under an Amerigen label in the U.S. and China markets. In addition, Amerigen has a rich pipeline of filed ANDA’s and advanced development projects.” interesting…… Atleast they state that they manufacture with partners In Asia.

    in reply to: New manufacturer for adderall – Amerigen? #117305
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    I have had the same problem. I use the regular release but I have been in the same boat. I got prescribed generic Adderall that was made by a pharmaceutical manufacturer in India, called Sun Pharmaceuticals. Not to discredit India, making Adderall requires a precise special chemical reaction to get the right chemical compound. I have visited a few of the smaller less known pharmaceutical manufacturer website, and I notice by looking at the website, it is strange to see some of the sites, as they are built with a basic look and functionality? Also, from looking at their site, I don’t get a sense of where the origin of some of these companies are manufacturing? Being a computer science major, my instincts tell me the expected information missing is suspicious, in a way that looks like these websites are just spinoff companies appearing as a U.S. company, which they are, but are really facades to help a big foreign Pharmaceutical company to use such a facade to market transactions in the U.S.? I have not looked at Amerigen website. I believe you 100%, if you’re not getting the same effect, it wasn’t made the right way. I would stick with well known U.S. or European Pharmaceutical companies. Not all foreign pharmaceutical manufacturers are bad. TEVA in my opinion, is the best manufacturer of Generic Adderall I have been prescribed. I am new to this site, I am glad I can communicate with other folks like me, thanks.

    in reply to: Opinions on Impax Generic Adderall XR? #117263
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    Hello, I am prescribed Generic Adderall regular release but I being on generic Adderall since the name brand is too expensive. The generic versions quality all depends on the manufacturer. I have been prescribed three different versions since I have been taking it. TEVA is the best manufacturer for sure. The tabs are a little sweet tasting but that’s not why it is the best. I didn’t know it was the best until I was prescribed another version, a version made by Sun Pharmaceuticals. it did not have the same effect, it was as if something was missing. Sun is an Indian pharmaceutical company. Whatever the origin, name brand or not, this medication has a chemical composition that requires precise chemical reactions. it was obvious Sun Pharmaceuticals did not perfect the process. in my opinion, it is best to stick with American Pharmaceutical companies whether its normal release or extended. On that note, CVS is a respectable pharmacy, one that is less likely to buy from an outside company is Sun, but anyway I believe if you say it doesn’t work as well, it probably doesn’t. I only see Impax Generics offices in the U.S. and Switzerland, so no red flags there. I would try another pharmacy that prescribes from another U.S. company.

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