My Son Has ADHD
In this video and my other videos on ADHD, I suggest many natural solutions for helping children and adults with ADHD symptoms. For a complete list, download my ebook Staying Focused In Hyper World Starter Guide by entering your name and email address below.
Generally speaking, naturopath doctors suggest the dosage amounts below for children. If it is for an adult, then double the amounts lsited below:
1 capsule Super Minerals 2 times a day
1 capsule Lithium Orotate 2 times a day
1 capsule Grape Seed Extract 2 times a day (total 300mg a day)
1/2 tsp of Liposomal Vitmain C twice a day or 1 capsule of Vitamin C 2 times a day
1 John Gray’s Mars Venus Super Foods Shake once a day (men’s or women’s)
1 chewable Potential Vitamins 2 times a day
If you choose not to use the SuperFood Shake add the following:
1 L-Tyrosine 500 MG once a day (total 500mg a day)
1 N’Acetyl L-Cysteine (NAC) once a day (500mg a day)
1 5-HTP 50mg once a day (50mg a day)
These are amounts for the average child, 75-90 pounds. Cut dosage in half for children under 75 pounds. Double dosages for adults over 100 pounds.
Note: Children enjoy Vitamin C Plus Antioxidant Drink, you can use one scoop of this product in place of vitamin C capsule. The minimum dosages are listed above, if you do not see results in a couple of weeks double the Vitamin C and Grapeseed Extract dosage. If your diet lacks Omega 3, add 1 Vectomega Daily.
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2/14/2013 9:54:58 AM
My nephew was diagnosed with ADHD a few years ago. He has been on Ritalin as well as Adderall and has just been switched to a syrup. I don't feel as though he has ADHD because he doesn't act the same way at our house. However, I can only make suggestions to help him. I think the vitamin c and grape seed extract is worth trying instead of medicine. I don't think you should ever drug a child if there are natural options. He now has seizures and I'm unsure how it would affect him to remove him from the drugs. Any advice?...