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LISTOL

Listol capsules are an alternative product for ADHD sold by Progressive Health, a private company that started in 1997. Progressive Health is part of the Better Business Online Reliability Program, which provides good reassurance you're dealing with professionals.

The Listol website offers excellent information regarding attacking ADHD with natural alternatives versus dangerous stimulants. Listol can increase attention span, increase information processing, and decrease impulsiveness. Listol does this by addressing the nutrient deficiencies found in individuals with ADHD.

Listol is the most potent product in our review of natural ADHD relief. Customers are to take 3 capsules in the morning with water and 3 capsules in the afternoon with water. While some customers claim to see immediate results, most individuals see dramatic improvement between 6 to 8 weeks.

A one-month supply of Listol costs $64.95, making this the highest-priced product in our survey. However, Progressive Health offers a couple of multiple-bottle discounts; if you buy a 3 month supply you'll get a fourth month free ($194.85), or if you buy four months you'll get two months free ($259.80). Buying the 6-month supply brings the per-bottle price down to a more affordable $43.30 per month. Progressive Health offers a generous 180-day money back guarantee, minus shipping and handling.

We liked the overall value this product offers. It's effective, offers good multiple-bottle discounts, and comes with a consumer-friendly satisfaction guarantee. As a result, Listol receives our highest ranking.

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SYNAPTOL

Synaptol is an all-natural ADHD product sold by the Hello Life company. The product claims a 97% customer service satisfaction rating an is priced very competitively.

Synaptol relaxes and calms users, boosts their memory, improves their focus, boosts immune function, and improves the ability to listen.

It does this through a liquid formula that stabilizes all-natural homeopathic ingredients in order to support optimal cognitive function and vitality. Some key ingredients include aloe barbadensis, ghatti gum and guar gum. You take Synaptol consistently every day, once in the morning and again at night.

Synaptol is very competitively priced, at $29.95 for a 1-month supply. Multiple bottle orders give you discounts, with 2 months at $53.95 and 3 months at $78.95.Shipping is standard at $9.95. Customers will need to take 1 pill, three times a day.

Hello Life offers a generous 60-day 100% money back guarantee, minus shipping and handling fees. This is a very customer-friendly policy, and indicates the level of confidence they have that Synaptol is effective with ADHD.

This product receives high marks due to its effectiveness, competitive pricing, and customer-friendly return policy. If you're looking for help in your battle with ADHD, Synaptol is worth a look.

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FOCUS FORMULA

Focus Formula is a natural herbal drop for relief of symptoms from ADHD made by Natural Remedies. Natural Remedies sells hundreds of herbal and homeopathic medicines for a variety of different ailments. Their website is extremely organized and visually appealing, so finding information is a breeze!

Natural Remedies states that Focus Formula drops are used to improve concentration, calm high energy, regulate emotion, and encourage flow of oxygen to the brain. Key ingredients include ginkgo biloba, skullcap and German chamomile. Natural Remedies website does a wonderful job of explaining these herbs in detail and why they are utilized in the product.

Children should take 1 drop a day and individuals 16 and older may take 15-20 drops a day. One 50 ml bottle should last one month and costs $38.95. Most individuals will need to take Focus Formula for 3-6 weeks before improvements are noted, though some individuals see an immediate difference.

Natural Remedies offers a generous one-year money back guarantee and we found many positive testimonials regarding Focus Formula.

We really liked the price of this product , the professionalism of the site and the return policy. We had some concern for those not wanting to lug around a bottle everyday and the potential for some not to like the taste.

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BRIGHTSPARK

Bright Spark tablets are a 100% homeopathic alternative to the relief for symptoms of ADHD. These tablets are registered with the FDA and HPUS (homeopathic pharmacopoeia of US). and are geared towards children. They are made by Natural Remedies, which sells other herbal and homeopathic remedies for ADHD, along with hundreds of other ailments.

Natural Remedies claims that Bright Spark users will see a decrease in restless behavior, an ability to listen calmly, relax; reduce irritable moods and lesson outburst associated with tick disorders.

Main ingredients in Bright Spark include hyoscyamus, tuberculinum and arsen lod. The website does a wonderful job of describing the function and use of these herbs, but as usual, potential customers should consult with their doctor before use.

Individuals should take 2 tablets three times a day. The company states that significant results will be seen within 3-6 weeks of use.

Each bottle contains 150 tablets and will last approximately 25 days. One bottle costs $38.95. Customers can purchase two bottles for a slight discount of $77.90. The company offers a one-year money back guarantee.

If you're dealing with a child who has ADHD you may decide that Bright Spark meets your needs. This product does not appear effective for adults suffering from ADHD.

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BRAIN TONIC

Triple Complex Brain Tonic is an all-natural dissolvable tablet sold to improve concentration, memory, balance and mood for all ages. Natural Remedies claims that Triple Complex Brain Tonic helps support the brain and nervous system and lesson feelings of being on the "edge". The company claims that Triple Complex Brain Tonic helps users maintain a balance of cell salts.

The main ingredients in Triple Complex Brain Tonic is a small list including kalium phosphate and natrium muriaticum. Like the small list of ingredients, Triple Complex Brain Tonic provides tiny tablets that will dissolve underneath the tongue. Users should take 2-4 tablets three times a day. One bottle contains 360 tablets, which should last one month.

Most users see some benefit within a few days but for some it may take much longer. A one-month supply of Triple Complex Brain Tonic costs $32.95, making this one of lest expensive alternative products for ADHD relief on the market but not surprising as the ingredients are slim.

The company does offer a one-year money back guarantee but we recommend a product with more product and more power.

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ADHD

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) or ADD does not discriminate across socio-economic classes, races, nor gender. While males comprise the majority of those diagnosed, ADHD is common in girls and women as well.

Symptoms of ADHD can include attention issues, problems focusing, learning, losing things, finishing projects, careless mistakes, interrupting, blurting out or talking out of turn, talking loud, being easily distracted, aggressiveness, fidgeting, grabbing, and overall restlessness. While symptoms may subside as a child ages, generally the attention and focus issues never completely go away.

Whether you or someone you know has ADHD, you can imagine that this real life disorder makes it challenging for a child to learn in school and make friends. Later in life, it can affect a person's ability to hold a job and be successful in relationships.

Relief for ADHD has been considered controversial since the 1970's by doctors, teachers, parents, and media. Side effects of prescribed medicine can include stomach aches, weight loss, insomnia, tics, tremors, dizziness, nervousness, mood changes, personality changes, blood pressure, and headaches.

Some side effects to these ADHD medications go away over time, but many never do. If not careful, people can even develop addictions to prescribed ADHD medications.

As an alternative to these powerful and sometimes dangerous prescription medications, many people have found relief in safer, non-stimulant, natural remedies. These ADHD products eliminate the dangerous side effects that prescription stimulant medications bring to the table, while providing relief to many ADHD suffering individuals.

When looking at non-prescription ADHD products, there are certain factors you should consider before making a purchase. Some of these include:

  • Ingredients. Does the company use quality ingredients that actually work?
  • Cost. Is the product cost reasonable? How does the cost compare to competitors?
  • Return Policy. Will you get your money back if you aren't satisfied with the product?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best ADHD Products available today. We hope these reviews help you determine which ADHD relief best fits your needs!



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