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Old 05-08-05, 10:01 PM
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Taking breaks during long term use typically creates tolerance. Urine pH of 6.5 is fine and *normal* you do want to let the drug out rather than force it to stay in. Vitamin C has little to do with urine pH as your body is a much more complex buffer system than you realize. If taken in its' free-acid form you might have more luck but you will also most likely damage your intestines too (I think this was a factor in the death of Linus Pauling's wife).

On another note: acidifying your intestines won't decrease absorption of adderall. If anything you'll absorb more, but it will also come out in your urine a bit more quickly. Vitamin C is known to decrease amphetamine reabsorption, which takes place in your kidneys and is really the matter at hand here.
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