Wait, did you relapse on adderall? If so, 1.25mg isn't much of a large dose. You probably didn't notice much of an effect, if any. You won't probably even notice any effect in a day or two.
Marijuana's a very powerful drug, it can lead to all sorts of long term problems like anxiety, panic disorder, depersonalization/derelaization. Use at your own risk. You've been forewarned. Some find it helpful, but at larger doses it can really mess you up. Terrible idea to combine adderall with marijuana, that combination destroyed my life during SSRI withdrawals.
If you have too much anxiety, maybe 1-2x per week you can use a shot or two of alcohol. It's a "natural" benzo basically, and isn't very harmful if taken in controlled doses at infrequent intervals. Half life is only 4 hours or so, so it's only good to stop a panic attack every once in a while. If used too frequently, it can cause tolerance and then withdrawals like benzo withdrawals. Alcohol is like 50X less dangerous than benzos, unless you're sucking down half a pint of vokda in a single sitting or using it every single day. I've known people who darnk every day for like 10 years fully recover within a month or two, so it's not such a bad drug compared to others.
I personally found caffeine to be a fine substitute for adderall. Monster energy drinks, etc, were very effective. Tolerance builds within just a few doses however. I also found pseudaphed to sort of take its place as well, but you build tolerance to it pretty quickly (within just a couple doses).
I guess you could cross substitute between taking pseudophed and caffeine for a couple of days.
----> If you have any sort of hypersensitivity to drugs because of lexapro, disregard all of my "tips" because these substances may all cause some sort of bad reaction. Only do VERY small doses at a time to see how they effect you.
Adderall isn't too difficult of a drug to get off of compared to others like benzos or SSRI - as long as your lifestyle and job aren't build around its use. If that's the case, adderall is going to suck to get off of because you'll lose much of those artificial accomplishments until your brain stablizes after 3-=6 months, at which time you'll probably be able to resume these activities at a significantly reduced level.
Anyways, just some of my opinions on the subject hope you find them useful during your attempts to quit adderalll. BTW I'd recommend throwing all your pills away, it's the only effective way to never take aother pill.
8 Words of Wisdom about Adverse Effects and Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal Syndrome:
1. Please do learn about this condition by thoroughly reading 1) Dr. Healy's website and SurvivingAntidepressants.
2. Please read books like: 1) Anatomy of An Epidemic and 2) Mad in America.
3. Success Stories do exist.
4. Please be extremely cautious about reinstatements, recreational drugs, supplements. Even low doses can complicate matters.
5. Transfer all financial assets into your own name (hint: relationships end). Do not spend money wastefully. Keep your job as long as possible.
6. Psychiatric drug "withdrawal" and adverse effects are serious neurological reactions to powerful "drugs" - do not take this condition lightly.
7. These conditions almost never recognized by any medical doctors - hospitalization/appointments can be futile/potentially injurious.
8. PSSD, anhedonia (no emotions), memory loss, brain zaps, etc are scary - don't worsen them by taking more drugs, supplements, and medications.
Stimulant free since September 20th, 2014; SSRI free since September 1st, 2013