Is adderall a narcotic?
Comment from a Pharm.D– To add to the previous comment- I am a Pharmacist, and at the pharmacy i work in we use a system to identify our presciptions that involves 6 numbers preceeded by either RX, N, or C (for example. C 999-999). Vicodin or Percocet, for example, would be given as N 999-999, denoting its status of a narcotic drug; Xanax, a contolled substance, would be given as C 999-999; Amoxil would be given as Rx 999-999. Most pharmacies use a silmilar system, but i have found that some pharmacies issue Adderall as N 999-999, and others issue it as C 999-999. But do not be confused by this, Adderall is, as stated before, a CONTROLLED substance, but not a narcotic by definition. Adderall consists of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine salts. Adderall is a Schedule II drug (which means it is highly addictive and widely abused, but has legitimate medical use in the US), and identification is required on ALL controlled subtances, narcotic or not. Drugs that are not classified as contro