the cure for adhd! *A Must Read*
William Pratt III

United States

#65 Mar 20, 2007
kerry cumming QLD wrote:
I have just orded synaptol for my 7 year old daughter so i really hope it works thanks kerry
7 years old huh? It makes me ill to hear that. Have you done any research on your own concerning this supposed "disorder"? Or have you simply taken your doctors /someone in this forum's advice and word on prescribing meds to your daughter? It saddens me to hear that. I have a 7 year old daughter and I would never ever give her a mind altering medication.
Knowing what I know about these medications I would do everything in my power to NOT give her meds.

If I were you I would some serious "independent" research. Here is a good starting point.
http://www.newstarget.com/020227.html

I seriously hope you do not go through with dispensing medication to your daughter. 99% of behavioral issues can be addressed with change of diet, exersize and allergy testing. For example Red dye # 40 has been linked to behavioral changes in children. Red dye is in many of the snacks kids consume, like "Hot Cheetos" One of my daughters favorite snacks.

Please do some research. This is serious. There is a very important life at stake. Don't compromise it with psychotropic medication. Please. Do the "independent" research. For the sake of your child.

If you have questions, you may e-mail me directly at [email protected] . I will whatever I can to help you.

Bill
William Pratt III

United States

#66 Mar 20, 2007
Open mouth, insert foot.
I am the first to admit a wrongness. I did not know what Synaptol was and I jumped the gun. It appears to be 100% natural, void of chemical compounds and fillers etc,. Whereas I will do more research on this product I have been known to be wrong.
Kerry, I am sorry I jumped the gun. This stuff sounds pretty safe. At the same time, I urge you to do some independent research on ADHD. Don't believe everything you hear and most certainly you must not believe those that support an agenda of psychotropic drug addiction. This includes MD's, Psychiatrists and those who sponsor such fraudulent programs and false propaganda regarding the "cause" of adhd.
I hope to hear from you if you have any questions.
Visitor

San Francisco, CA

#67 Apr 5, 2007
I was doing some searching and ran across this thread. I have never in all my years on the web found a thread with such cruel, heartless comments. You all should be ashamed of yourselves the way you jumped on "the cure."

It was needless and without merit. We don't know who this person is or what his/her intentions were.
Diane

Seminole, FL

#68 Apr 10, 2007
It is unfortunate that people still think this way. 20 years ago, I might have agreed with you. But now, as a parent and teacher of ADHD students, I have to say that you are DEAD WRONG.

I have seen kids who were totally unable to concentrate become good students overnight with the use of medication. This is not a parenting issue, nor is the problem caused by a poor teacher as some believe.

Perhaps you should educate yourself before you make such definite statements. No parent wants to put their kids on drugs that are not needed, nor do they want to watch them suffer with an inability to concentrate, even on the things they enjoy!

Be careful, God (or Mother Nature, if you prefer) has a way of educating us about these things in ways we least expect.

Diane

All parents of an ADHD child should see this:
http://essentiallearnings.com/ADHD/ADHD-secre...
Tim

Webster, NY

#69 Apr 17, 2007
Matt pride wrote:
peole dont believe this crap about the 100% there is one out there but this is not it synaptol is the best on i found that is all thank you
Please tell us all more about your experience/results with Synaptol? Lots of people in this forum have been asking about it and you seem to be the only one that has experienced it. Details please and thanks.

Since: Mar 07

Branford, FL

#70 Apr 17, 2007
I have a set of twin boys, one has ADHD, TRUST me telling a mother that STAYS homes with her children it's her fault is like telling someone Autisum does not exist!!!!! Get an education and thank God for giving scientist and doctors the knowledge to help save these children and adults lives with this diagnosis!!!!
If you have diabetes, heart high blood pressure, kidney infection etc. What do you do TAKE MEDICATION, your brain can get sick as well as any other part of your body!
clunk

Riverside, CA

#71 Apr 23, 2007
I think the most this guy ever contributed to humanity has been flushed, because his thoughts aren't any deeper than the three inches of toilet water their floating in.
Christian Mom wants best

Wichita, KS

#72 Apr 25, 2007
My daughter has been on Synaptol for two months now. It is expensive, especially when I could get a chemical drug from Walmart for $4, but I'm not ready to put my daughter through the hit and miss and side effects of Ritalin or any other chemical drug. Synaptol works!! It does not work as well as I want(my daughter has SEVERE Impulse Control Disorder diagnosed by a very well-known, trusted local Psychologist), but I called the company yesterday to see if I could double the dosage and try that, and they said it would not harm her in any way; she would just excrete what she did not need. We can't see a miraculous change as soon as she takes it, or even an hour or two after, but when she doesn't take it, WE CAN TELL!!! If you want what's best for your children, you should TRY Synaptol!
Christian Mom wants best

Wichita, KS

#73 Apr 25, 2007
My 7 yr old daughter's blood was tested March 2006, and was found to have a severe wheat allergy, with a lesser corn allergy. Since then we have removed all wheat, gluten, yeast and corn, dextrose, maize, modified food starch, and other derivatives from her diet. This has made huge differences, but she still has the disorder along with mild Dyslexia. She was probably born with a severe wheat allergy, possibly Coeliac's Disease, and ingested wheat, gluten, and yeast for 6 years of her life before she was diagnosed. Because of the damage done by years of wheat, gluten, and yeast, she now has Severe Impulse Control Disorder and Mild Dyslexia. We have been using Synaptol, an all-natural medication for two months now. IT IS ALL NATURAL!! It is composed of enzymes and extracts, and it does work. Our ENT/ Dietician has asked me to work on eliminating all sugar and red dyes to see if they are other allergies, but in the meantime, our family was severely compromised, stressed, and exhausted. Do YOU know how hard it is to feed a 7 yr old a diet that consists of no wheat, yeast, corn, gluten, sugar, dextrose, red dye, maize, and all their derivatives? I am going to work on the elimination of sugar and red dye, but for now to keep my sanity and help my daughter fit into our family, society and school, we choose Synaptol! If I have a bowel disorder, I would take Psyllium husks for that- all natural to help with elimination, so why would I not be willing to give my daughter an all-natural pill, not processed with wheat, gluten, yeast, or corn derivatives to help her until we are able to remove the rest of the products from her diet?
sabithpearl

Owego, NY

#74 May 1, 2007
You obviously don't have a child with ADHD...you don't know what your talking about here. It has nothing to do with ignoring your child. You must have had a horrible childhood where your parents ignored you for their jobs so your a very hostile person. Why don't you research what ADHD is and then you can speak about it.
the cure wrote:
Tuesday May 08, scientests have found a %100 cure-able medicine for adhd, scientests have named this cure as "stop ignoring your kid and give him some attention everyonce and a while, and stop woring about your job, and worry about your kid you dead beat parent."
This cure is %100 trustworthy
Seriously

Ocala, FL

#75 May 6, 2007
the cure wrote:
Tuesday May 08, scientests have found a %100 cure-able medicine for adhd, scientests have named this cure as "stop ignoring your kid and give him some attention everyonce and a while, and stop woring about your job, and worry about your kid you dead beat parent."
This cure is %100 trustworthy
I might be offended - if only u cud spel. Obviously, you're a numbnut. Funny how quitting my 60 thousand dollar a year job and giving my son one on one homeschooling for three years didn't cure him. Get a clue.
Seriously

Ocala, FL

#76 May 6, 2007
William Pratt III wrote:
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Ok Lisa, the reason there is no cure is that there is no "disease" disorder. You sound like a spokesperson for Ciba or Johnson & Johnson. ADHD is 100% Fraud! It does not deal with cromezomes. Who told you that BS, your doctor? If so, he should resign! When one says there is an disease, this indicates an abnormality of some sort, does it not? If so, where is the marker? Where is the blood, urine test that proves it exists. One reason this lie is perpetuated is because of people like you. You believe these lies and spread them around, making them more real and creating agreement with others.
They made a list of the most common symptoms of emotional discomfiture of children; those which bother teachers and parents most, and in a stroke that could not be more devoid of science or Hippocratic motive--termed them a 'disease.' Twenty five years of research, not deserving of the term 'research.,' has failed to validate ADD/ADHD as a disease. Tragically--the "epidemic" having grown from 500 thousand in 1985 to between 5 and 7 million today--this remains the state of the 'science' of ADHD. A creation of the psychiatric-pharmaceutical cartel, without which they would have nothing to prescribe their dangerous, addictive, Schedule II, stimulants for--namely, Ritalin (methylphenindate), Dexedrine (dextro-amphetamine), Adderall (mixed dextro- and levo-amphetamine) and, Gradumet, and Desoxyn (both of which are methamphetamine,'speed,''ice') .
Lisa, you are the one who needs to "wake up" as you put it. You are being lied to. Do some research.
Here is a good starting point.
http://www.newstarget.com/020227.html
Enjoy.
William, attitudes like yours are so painful for people who live with this scourge. If you only knew. I hope you never do.
Stacey

Saskatoon, Canada

#77 May 10, 2007
kerry cumming QLD wrote:
I have just orded synaptol for my 7 year old daughter so i really hope it works thanks kerry
Did it work? I have 8 year old with adhd.
stellah

France

#78 May 15, 2007
my son doesn't concetrate and understand anything, the doctor says he's going to prescribe synaptol is it good!!! does it help. am really desperate don't know what to do for him!!! somebody advise me. he's 5 1/2 years. he speaks less often or none at times.
Jennifer

Greenville, NC

#79 May 17, 2007
mom-135 wrote:
I have two sons that have been diagnosed with ADHD...I am also a teacher.....I empathize with those who have 30+ students in a class and do not have time to "babysit the baaad kids". However, has it every occured to the teaching population that most children do not enjoy being in trouble on a continuous basis, being sent to the principal, expelled, punished by their parents, etc......no child I have ever taught was ever seeking this humiliation and sadness purposefully. With that said, most Adhd/Add children exhibit behavior that is quite obvious, so is it not the responsiblity of those who are with these children the most (teachers!!!!) to do their job and help them? This applies to those parents that are in denial as well. Just an opinion!!!!


I am a school counselor and a parent of a Kindergarten student. He has been in trouble all year. He has not been diagnosed ADHD, but we have an appointment to see the doctor in a few weeks. I agree with you about teachers ... but in my situation I believe his teacher has done everything she knows to do - praise, reward system with behavior contract, follow up, etc. and I have done all I can do at home also. So what do you do? I don't want to put my child on medication, but I want him to be successful. I have read and read - I think I am more confused as to what to do now than before I started reading.
Suzanne

Doha, Qatar

#80 May 20, 2007
the cure wrote:
Tuesday May 08, scientests have found a %100 cure-able medicine for adhd, scientests have named this cure as "stop ignoring your kid and give him some attention everyonce and a while, and stop woring about your job, and worry about your kid you dead beat parent."
This cure is %100 trustworthy
I wish it was that simple, you obviously have never dealt with a kid with all symptoms of ADHD. However I don't work, my kids hardly ever watch telly, they do craft, I read with them and they still are not cured. How strange!!! Be carefull with your 100% cure, you may hurt peoples feeling by showing such ignorant comments!
Sandra

Taguig City, Philippines

#81 May 22, 2007
toxinfreehome wrote:
Hello Guys,
My son is 8years old and he has all the symptoms of ADHD. I have done a lot of research and came across several studies where they have found that most of the causes of ADHD is the lack of nutrients in our foods. Which means our brains are not getting feed properly. Some of us can go on and never develope signs of ADHD, and some need more nutritional supplements in order to keep or levels of serontonins in our brains on a level bases. I choose not to put my son on perscription medication. There is nothing wrong with medication, that is just my preference. Anyway, I said all of that to say this; there are vitamins that are natural and contain Omega 3s. I have seen some difference in my son, as I have not been on these vitamins long. I've been told that it takes a couple of months to really see a difference. It is very hard to see your child struggle and feel helpless. I will keep you guys updated on my sons progress. Once I see considerable difference (although what I have seen is a wonderful sign) I will tell the world.
to Toxinfreehome/ Oklahoma

Hi I just read your post looking for some information and help, my son has a learning disability and was just diagnosed OD. Could you please share your progress of how is your son doing now. this post was on december, maybe by now you have other insight. also I'm interested in knowing which vitamins are you using in particular. Thank you very much!
mom of 2

Covington, LA

#82 May 23, 2007
I am a mom of an adhd child. I also feel there is no cure for it. Two months ago I put my son on the feingold program and it is the closest thing to a miracle for an adhd person. In just 2 days we saw a completely different child. He even responded to discipline! I highly recommend it to anyone!! It does take a bit more effort for the parent and is a bit stressful in the beginning to get started. But, the results are well worth it. Less stress and tension in the family, plus our son feels great!
naturopath

Fort Myers, FL

#83 May 30, 2007
I have a son recently dx with ADHD, but have never considered meds for him. There are many issues and yes, no cure, just daily balancing with real food, amino acids ( especially ones that increase dopamine and serotonin), absorbable minerals, homeopathy, good fats and occasional herbs. Anything that claims cure, rarely does.Everyone has an agenda, when it comes to sales of a product.
naturopath

Fort Myers, FL

#84 May 30, 2007
I read the ingredients for Synaptol and it appears to work on 3 specific areas, the immune system, bowel flora ( poor digestion and lack of benificial flora are considered contributing factors to the label ADHD)and inflammation (allergies are another contributing factor and inflammation can be the result of allergies, but not always). I see nothing that addresses the issue of neurotransmitters in the brain, so will be curious to see if there are long term effects from this product.

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