Originally Posted by Balzafire
Without going and doing the research so I can give you a verifiable, rock-solid answer, I will at least offer a little information to help you understand one way drug
makers are able to defeat quick bio-availability of a drug.
can easily be combined with enteric coatings or fillers. They are designed to not dissolve in the high acid (low PH) environment of the mouth or stomach, but to dissolve in the higher PH environment of the intestine.
Of course, they are using a combination of technologies to insure timed release, but trust me...... chewing them is not likely to help much.
That being said, I would probably chew them myself. It may not help much, but at least you made the effort, right?
Balzafire is dead on with that. Cheshire Cat knows that adderall
works like that.
As far as I know, it's specifically adderall, NOT straight amphetamine
It either has something to do with the different amphetamine salts working at different parts of the digestion exactly as Balzafire stated. Maybe it's not specific to them amphetamine salts, but rather the way they're manufactured.
Either way, the four different amphetamine salts in adderall act at different stages of digestion.
Without doing any research and basing this on Balzafire's post as well as personal accounts passed from friends to Cheshire Cat. Supposedly putting the OP's in a shot glass of lemon juice negates the time release. It makes sense considering lemon juice's ph is different than someones stomach ph. ie: the lemon juice dissolves some of the oxycodone
, and the stomach further dissolves and digests the oxycodone once ingested.
I can't say for sure that the lemon juice works, as I'm definitely not one to trust the "word on the streets". I've heard more than enough nonsense to realize that most drug users really have no clue what they're talking about, and that common street knowledge is usually wrong.
That may just be me though, cause I know for sure that if I only hung around D-F members in real life, then the "word on the street" would probably be much more factual.