If you’ve ever taken an orange oval pill with an imprint of “B 973 2 0”, you know that the content is Amphetamine/Dextroamphetamine, a Class II stimulant. This drug is approved to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and is also used to treat insomnia. There are several side effects of Amphetamine, including irritability, drowsiness, and headache.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has reported seizures of fake Adderall pills. They are orange in color and marked with “30” on one side and “b 974” on the other. The drug, a federally controlled substance, is used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. However, it is also a dangerous drug that is a potentially addictive stimulant. The orange oval pill contains four different types of amphetamines, and if you take a fake one, it may be dangerous.
If you take an orange oval pill with the imprint “B 973”, you should keep it out of reach of children. It should also not be shared with others. You should only use this medication for the prescribed indication. If you’re not sure about what it contains, consult your doctor.