The drug Adderall is known to produce a yellow pee. Although it typically passes through the body fairly quickly, Adderall is still detectable by drug tests. While urine and saliva drug tests can detect the presence of Adderall within three to four days, hair and blood test results can show up to three months after the last dose. However, the effects of this substance can vary widely from person to person. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid a positive test.
Bobby Pruett joined BestNootropics.org in 2021. As a freelance journalist, Tim has written stories for publications such as BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post. He moved to Boston in 2019, and currently covers the health stories at BestNootropics.org.