OTC Adderall



Adderall is a medication which physicians prescribe for individuals who suffer from (ADHD) Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder & (ADD) Attention Deficit Disorder. It is a stimulant that helps to calm these disorders when in play, however others WHO DO NOT suffer from have abused Adderall because its stimulating effects can give a boost of energy and a ‘high.’

Whether you use Adderall to help calm you from attention deficit disorders or want to use it for recreational purposes (with risks)- there are over the counter OTC Adderall alternatives that can be found at drug stores and pharmacies that you can access without a prescription.

Over the Counter Alternatives to Adderall

Adderall is a stimulant that can increase mental clarity, boost energy, and also boost stamina. With the popularity of this drug on the market, many people are seeking for OTC adderall alternatives that may not have to be prescribed and that can be used in cases where ADD or ADHD is not present.

OTC Adderall Alternative: Addrena

Natural_Adderall_Alternative_2Adderllin also known as Addrena is an OTC Adderall alternative that can aid weight loss, boost energy, and improve focus. This OTC supplement is comprised of natural ingredients such as herbs & vitamins. All of these ingredients combined help to improve concentration, attention, focus, memory, and more.

Although it is natural, Addrena does have some side effects and precautions listed on its labeling.

When used a person can experience nausea, cramps, and headache. Additionally, it should be used as advised per its labeling. The maximum amount of pills recommended for safety and best results is 2 pills a day.

OTC Adderall Alternative: Phenylethylamine (PEA)

PEA_130116-P27128(PEA) or Phenylethylamine is an OTC Adderall alternative that can also produce stimulating effects such as euphoria, motivation, appetite suppression, energy boosts, and more. It is more of an amphetamine type of supplement that releases the hormones that impact mood: dopamine, and noradrenalin.

Phenylethylamine is most commonly found in workout supplements because it enhances weight loss through performance of exercise, and mood boosts for extra motivation to get through tough workouts. Phenylethylamine metabolizes rapidly in the body, and it is viable at helping boost mood levels.

There are a few side effects  associated with this supplement including: headache, dizziness, nausea, and vertigo. Individuals should avoid taking any more than 10mg of Phenylethylamine per day. It best results are noticed when taken in the morning or taken before performing a workout.

OTC Adderall Alternative: Geranamine (1,3 Dimethylamylamine)

geranamine-300x300Geranamine is a supplement that can be used as an Adderall alternative. It works much like OTC cold medicines which contain ephedrine and pseudo-ephedrine. This supplement can help ease the symptoms of deficit disorders and it can also be safely taken to improve performance, for boosting muscle, and also as a weight loss aid.

Geranamine should be taken with caution as it has been associated with increases increasing heart rate, blood pressure, and may cause an increaased proneness to heart attack or stroke. People that have high blood pressure, are high-risk for stroke or heart attack, with clotting disorders, heart murmurs, and pregnant or breastfeeding women should refrain from use of this supplement.


OTC Adderall Alternative: Xtra-surge

900354f3fcc154ba30ddb72af4df7d24Xtra-Surge is an OTC Adderall alternative supplement that can increase energy, and improve mental focus and concentration, and helps memory. It should not be used to treat ADD or ADHD. The ingredients of this supplement include: Guarana, Yohimbine, and bitter orange.

These pills are also ideal when used for weight loss as they are associated with thermo-genic impact on the body which helps to burn more fat, raise body temperature, increase metabolism, and combat hunger and cravings.

Xtra-Surge s hould not be combined with energy drinks, and should not be taken when excess amounts of coffee and caffeine are consumed. It should only be used by adults 18+, and also not be used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. To avoid insomnia, this supplement is recommended NOT to be used at least 4-6 hours before bedtime.


  1. I think it’s important to state (although you did say ‘not for use by pregnant women’ that YOHIMBE a natural stimulant can and will cause spontaneous miscarriage. I believe women need to know that specific reason they should NEVER take any herbal supplement containing YOHIMBE and that people need to start realizing that anything which affects the way your body functions is technically a DRUG. It doesn’t matter if it’s a plant, an herbal supplement or a synthetic chemical. They’re all drugs and there is always a possibility of adverse interactions between herbal supplements and pharmaceutical medicines. Because there is often little or no research about the contra-indicated combinations of ‘medicine’ and ‘herbs’ people need to be very, very careful.

    • You are absolutely right. People think that because an herbal supplement is natural, it will have no negative side effects. In reality, many medicines are actually based on plants–foxglove was once used for heart conditions, and the refined version of it is still used for people with congestive heart failure. Any herbal supplement, prescription medication or vitamin should always be discussed with a doctor before taking it–especially if the woman is pregnant. Thanks for commenting, Rebecca Smith!