What makes it specifically not safe (and I mean safe as you say it, not just ineffective because ineffective != unsafe)? Memantine is one of these few meds with a huge dosage window, 5-10mg are already active but people take hundreds of mg's without ill effects (but of course, strong dissociation). It's original purpose is treatment of Alzheimer's which means it's safe in the elderly, who tend to be more sensitive. I never said that memantine is any accepted or widely recommended treatment, just that I myself had positive experiences with it, and at least I myself value first-hand experiences at least similar to PubMed articles. Of course, everybody has individual genetics and thus reactions to drugs, and everybody should take everything read on the net with at least one grain of salt. I could go and recommend wasp spray as meth replacement, I don't do that but as an example. I myself overdosed on DXM based on these plateau calculators, this taught me a lesson. Somehow it's ridiculous to trust unknown people specially with sourcing stuff (see: RC vendors) but sometimes it's better than nothing and sometimes information can be verified or discarded by common sense. You discarded my hint about memantine, nothing wrong with that, but it's your opinion like mine is mine.It’s still not safe to recommend memantine for adderall withdrawals. That much I know.
Full agree @ Keif' Richards.
I'll put the not intended to diagnose or cure in my sig.