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    November 05, 2008

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    Aconitum ferox is considered the most poisonous plant in the world.---its in synaptol

    After giving synaptol my son now has better control of his mood swings and seems generally much happier. His speech and learning have improved as well.

    Good news for the ADHD patients.Many people are adopted with drinking coffee so, it is not a problem.
    @allen: your point is very important for note.The victim of ADD is mainly children aging between 7-12.They have little habit coffee or tea.so, in this case what should be done?
    Thanks.

    Hello, on the ADHD/caffeine article, how often to you recommend caffeine servings for a child 30 kgs? I'm thinking of asking the school if I can send a cola for lunch and I will have my daugher consume one before school, is that often enough? I'm reading that the effects of caffeine only last a few hours. Please advise. Thank you.

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