Citation: Zoe. "Smoother than Adderall: An Experience with 2-Fluoroamphetamine (exp98592)". Erowid.org. Oct 23, 2015. erowid.org/exp/98592
I have been taking Adderall off and on for the past 7 years (prescribed). So I would say that I likely have some tolerance to amphetamines. I took this dose of 2-FA around noon on a day that I did not take Adderall or any other psychoactive substance.
After I dosed, I went to lunch with a friend. My appetite was noticeably decreased and my ability to articulate myself in conversation was noticeably increased. About a half hour after dosing, I felt the effects of 'coming up'--feeling somewhat exhilarated and generally good. After lunch, I went climbing and slacklining at a climbing gym. I felt an increase in my ability to focus on these activities that was more relaxed than with Adderall. I often feel that with Adderall there is a sense of body-energy restlessness that can interfere with my ability to focus on the task at hand--especially if it is a sedentary task like studying. I have not yet tried taking 2-FA for studying but I would imagine that it would lend itself very well to such a task because there isn't the sometimes distracting compulsion to get up and, say, clean one's room as there sometimes is with Adderall.
In summary, the effects of 2-FA that I experienced:
-significant increase in mental energy, focus, and clarity (more relaxed and less 'edgy' compared to Adderall)
-increase in ability to integrate ideas and articulate thoughts into words in conversation
-overall positive effect on mood and increase in feeling of wellbeing
-increase in physical endurance
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