The US Food and Drug Administration has sent out a warning about counterfeit versions of the ADHD drug Adderall 30 mg available to purchase on-line. Adderall has been in short supply for months. According to the FDA, the counterfeit version of this drug contains the wrong active ingredients. They warn that Adderall may be fake if it has any of the following:
Pills come in a blister package
There are misspellings on the package such as “NDS” instead of “NDC”, “Aspartrte” instead of “Aspartate”, or “Singel” instead of “Single”.
The tablets have no markings on them.
Be sure to check for these misspellings and errors on drug store purchased medications too.