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Can you buy Adderall on PharmacyChecker?



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Can you buy Adderall on PharmacyChecker.com?

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No. PharmacyChecker.com does not sell medication of any kind. Our company verifies pharmacy licenses and practice standards of online pharmacies and compares prescription drug prices among verified sites.


You might have wanted to know if you can buy Adderall from an online pharmacy and even do so from Canada or other countries because it's cheaper. The answer is not from the international online pharmacies approved in the PharmacyChecker Verification Program.


Adderall, which is a brand name for amphetamine salt combo, is classified as a Schedule 2 controlled substance by the U.S. DEA — meaning it's a highly addictive drug. Our Verification Program is not open to pharmacies outside the U.S. that ship Adderall, or controlled medications of any kind to consumers in the U.S. 


Unfortunately, there are rogue pharmacy sites that may sell Adderall without requiring a prescription, which is dangerous and illegal. We view such sites as rogue online pharmacies, which are also more likely to sell you a counterfeit or substandard medication.


However, you can use our website to check prices for Adderall or Adderall Rx at local U.S. pharmacies using the "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing" option on our website. Simply enter the drug name in the "Compare drug prices" box, follow the prompts, then click on "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing", located at the bottom of the page and enter your zip code. If discount prices are available through pharmacies in your local area, you can select the pharmacy, print the discount card and bring to your local pharmacy with your prescription. Discount card prices are provided by and the responsibility of Discount Drug Network. Final price is set by your pharmacy.


We are very much concerned with the epidemic of prescription narcotic abuse in the U.S. and strongly discourage people from buying such drugs online. For more on our perspective, see PharmacyCheckerBlog posts on controlled drugs.




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