its a biodrug, so the d-amp that exists inside the capsule will first need to be absorbed into body fluids and from there the liver metabolizes it into the active form of d-amphetamine thus giving the patient a "body timed extended release"
i was on it for 3 years at 70mg, i know i did better under Adderall XR but there was no generic at the time and i qualified for Shire's Patient Assist Program. I have since switched back to Adderall XR (generic! yay cheap!). Vyvanse was a very good idea on the pharm corp part to help curb Rx medication abuse (IE: Adderall insuflation, OD, Etc).
Talk to your doctor, as everyone is different to how their own body reacts to medications and drugs in general.
I think the average reported time of "feeling the onset" was within an hour of taking medication. But always, check with your Psychiatrist or General Practitioner or Favorite Psych Nurse ;-)
To take the hash effect away from your body, you need to go to sleep. Sleeping it off is the best way to feel better.
The longer legs you have,the bigger the strides you take, the less strides you need to take to go fast, the less energy you need to use.
No, it does not.
what the effect of fast food intake on individual health
the height does effect how fast you run. people with shorter legs run faster than people with longer legs
fast foods can effect the digestive system!:D
no it dosent take effect
Cheetahs effect people to run really fast so that they can catch them.
what had to happen for this appointments to take effect
Obviously when you put the tablet into your system its going to dissolve faster and take quicker effect pretty self explanatory you complete joke.