What is it?
Synaptol is an over-the-counter homeopathic liquid intended to improve focus and limit hyperactivity in children and adults with ADHD. Synaptol is mostly water, with trace amounts of green oat grass (avena sativa), sweet violet (viola odorata), skullcap (scutelaria lateriflora), and several other herbs claimed by the manufacturer to improve attention.
How does Synaptol work?
Synaptol is a homeopathic remedy, meaning that it contains minute concentrations of its active ingredients, diluted repeatedly in water. Homeopathy is widely regarded by the medical community as pseudoscience; in 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued an official statement warning against the use of homeopathy to treat serious diseases.
Who is Synaptol for?
Synaptol is marketed as being safe for anyone 2 years of age or older.
How much does it cost?
A 30-day supply of Synaptol costs $29.95.
What studies have been done on Synaptol?
No clinical studies have been done on Synaptol.
Where can I learn more?
Visit the manufacturer’s website at www.hellolife.net/synaptol/
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