ADHD Formula

(1 customer review)

R135.00

This formula assists with symptoms associated with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder such as excessive talking, aggression, impulsiveness, restlessness, distractibility, hyperactivity, a short attention span, concentration difficulty, precocious, impulsivity, capriciousness, weak self control, cannot stop themselves from interrupting…

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SKU: Overexcitability, Hyperactivity Categories: , , ,

Description

This formula assists with symptoms associated with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder such as excessive talking, aggression, impulsiveness, restlessness, distractibility, hyperactivity, a short attention span, concentration difficulty, precocious, impulsivity, capriciousness, weak self-control, cannot stop themselves from interrupting, bossy, dictatorial, behaves like a tyrant, wants their own way, selfish, angry, irritable, loud, impulsive, overbearing, impatient, difficulty sitting still in class or waiting in line, fidgety, has temper tantrums, throws things, displays a violent temper. Often accompanied by learning difficulties. This formula promotes a sense of calm, concentration and mental focus.

MOUTH SPRAY

Directions:

Jolt bottle on palm before use.
Adults, children, infants & pets:
1 or 2 sprays in the mouth.
Half hourly – reduce with improvement of symptoms.
Keep away from battery operated & electrical appliances.
Consult your healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist.

Ingredients:

Electromagnetic solution.
No physical origin.
5% alcohol & purified water.
Nothing artificial. Non-toxic.
Safe for pregnant women &
infants.

Storage:

Store in a cool, dark place.
Keep away from battery operated
& electrical appliances.

Best before:
3 months after opening.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg

1 review for ADHD Formula

  1. Simon

    ADHD /Behavioural disorders/Language difficulties/ Autism spectrum…

    After our last few consultations with you remotely (by distance; we live in Cape Town) regarding our 4 year old son’s difficulties, we are seeing some nice and steady progress.

    We are noticing that he is actually getting more and more calmer; he is no longer really having some of those tantrums that we reported the first time, where he used to cry, showed obsessional behaviour. He has generally calmed down and we’ve noticed that now he can actually concentrate for longer; he sits in front of the TV and actually watches the cartoons and concentrates without fidgeting, or getting up and running around. This has been so encouraging for us as parents to see and we’re also noticing that he generally is more and more ” present “. However, we need to persevere with your treatment because he is still struggling quite a lot with with Confidence. Sometimes when I speak to him he responds but replies so softly that we have to prompt him to speak louder. He also takes a long time to respond when being called. We have also noticed that his language, his verbal communications is really improving and he is speaking in fuller sentences – he used to just pull us to draw attention to what he wants.
    We still need to also focus treatment on another area of concern. When M comes back from school he gets into a kind of a short hyperactive frenzy when jumps up and down on the sofa and mumbles things to himself. We try to calm him down but this behaviour repeats often.

    J – Cape Town 19 Oct 2020

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