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Synaptol – Natural ADHD Remedy Or A Sham?

Natural remedies are always in question, and they should be. It’s time to discuss Synaptol, and figure out if it can actually help your situation or not. Dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be very challenging.

Focus points of this article:

  • Is Synaptol effective as a natural ADD/ADHD remedy?
  • Is it a prescription required?
  • Where to purchase it online

Question: Does Synaptol Work?

In theory, it’s designed to increase mental clarity and the ability to focus (the key reasons why the manufacturer states it as an effective option). It’s made up of several homeopathic natural ingredients and a mixture of flower essenses listed below.

Ingredient List Purpose
Aconitum Ferox HPUS Inability to keep mind on any one subject
Adrenalinum HPUS Cannot concentrate
Aesculus Hippocastanum Cannot concentrate
Flos HPUS Cannot concentrate, Indecisiveness
Apis Mellifica HPUS Cannot concentrate when reading or studying
Argentum Nitricum HPUS Very impulsive
Avena Sativa HPUS Inability to keep mind on any one subject
Baptisia Tinctoria HPUS Difficulty Thinking
Cochlearia Armoracia HPUS Difficulty Thinking
Phosphorus HPUS Fidgety
Scleranthus Annuus Indecisiveness
Scutellaria Lateriflora HPUS Inattentiveness
Sumbul HPUS Fidgety
Viola Odorata HPUS Inattentiveness
Note: Hellolife.com (Synaptol manufacturer) has stated that HPUS is included with each ingredient indicates ‘that the components in this product are officially monographed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States’.

The manufacturer (HelloLife.com) seems confident in the products ability to aid in focus, improve concentration, improve short-term memory, and help with fidgeting.

We sent our team to conduct research around the net for user reviews. They returned back with mixed findings – however they did not find stand out negative side effects associated with usage. They did find mixed reviews on the effectiveness though, however since this is a natural supplement it’s rare to expect it to work as good or better than a prescription.

To be fair – HelloLife.com’s own website suggests it is not intended as a prescription medication and has not been clinically tested.

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  • Updated January 30, 2017