Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder

Can Supplements Play a Role in Helping People with ADHD?

Supplements can play a role in alleviating or eliminating the symptoms of Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder. Supplements aid the body in its own ability to address Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder. By unleashing the Forbidden Doctor within, our protocols give support to a body healing itself.

Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder Protocol

Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder OPC Synergy(tm) (2), Cataplex G (6), Min-Tran (6) use with hyperactivity, reduce carbs, Catalyn (9), Bacopa Complex (3), Evening Primrose Oil (3), Rhodiola & Ginseng Complex (3), Chamomile (3 mL), Ginkgo Forte (2)

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  • The protocol above is designed to address your issues at the foundational level, and not to treat disease. This means, in our opinion, most of our health problems, short of accident or trauma, are of a dietary nutritional deficiency. The listed protocol or supplement provides your body with essential micro and macronut­­­­rients to help and assist normal nutritional balance.
  • Daily dosage are in ( ) parenthesis for most protocols; for example (6) means take 6 per day, but spread it out by taking half in the morning and half in the evening. Some protocols will have more specific instructions to follow.
  • MediHerb products, shown in italics, often speed healing response and should be considered for most protocols unless contraindicated.
  • We recommend adding the General Health Daily Fundamentals pack to each protocol. This adds in the critical foundational nutrition each protocol needs. It contains Catalyn––an entirely whole-food and glandular broad-spectrum multivitamin, Trace Minerals-B12, and Tuna Omega-3 pearls for your DHA and EPA omega 3 fatty acids daily requirements.
  • Spacing out the daily doses throughout the day improves absorption and is strongly recommended.
  • Most supplements should be taken with food except for PMG’s, most calcium products, Gastrex, Chlorophyll Complex™, Okra Pepsin E3, Cholocol II and Zymex II. Also, most herbs work more efficiently if taken away from food.
  • Be advised that these nutritional and herbal products are not intended as a primary therapy for any disease, but rather to provide nutritional and herbal support to help normalize body physiology and repair.


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2 thoughts on “Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder

  1. Jennifer says:

    My son was diagnosed with “mild” case of ADD meaning they don’t recommend medicine yet but have him on a good program at school where the teachers are aware and help him stay focused. He is not hyper like my other son who that is a different story however he is calm and quiet but he is very easily distracted and looses focus unless he is very interested in a subject he tends to stay focused better. I see he wanders/daydreams at times like in the middle of a soccer game or if you are talking to him he did not hear what was said it goes through one ear and out the other etc.. and I want to know if the above protocol is something you recommend for kids or adults or both?Thanks so much, Jennifer

    • Theforbiddendoctor says:

      What you are describing with your son are called “absences” as Dr. McBride has explained in her book “Gut and Psychology Syndrome”. It’s perceptive of you to have noticed this, because mother’s are the ones that see that something is just not quite right when other people would never have noticed. The toxic load in your son’s brain just get’s overloaded and he has what McBride describes as “Screen Savers” that come on and try to clear his brain. In this time, he goes “off line” while the brain does it’s work of clearing out the toxicity. I don’t want to scare you, but seizures are another form of “resetting the brain” and we certainly don’t want him to get to that point. This is all explained in Dr. McBride’s GAPS book, and I would recommend you read it. You can borrow it at most library’s for free. But if you don’t have time to read it (mother’s with young kids are soooooo busy) you can get started right away healing this issue with a few suggestions I have.

      These absences your son is having are very real. And doing the GAPS diet and protocol would be very, very helpful, for your other son also! It’s concerning that doctors will just recommend medicine for children instead of healing the problem, but that’s where we are. Drugs do not fix anything, nor do they heal. But then, the GAPS diet is a little daunting and the supplementation, which insurance does not cover, can be expensive, where just giving your child a drug to help them cope is so much easier…

      We have 3 protocols on our website for supplementation to aid in reconnecting your child’s brain with his gut, and clearing out the toxicity to enable him to think on his own without these absences. It will also calm your other son down and help him to learn.

      I would also recommend doing two symptom survey health questionnaire’s, one for each child, then having a short 30 minute conversation with one of our Nutritional Counselors – Jill Christiansen, LMT or Ambrosia Tuft, ACN. They are so nice and knowledgeable and will help you fly through this with your children. Take these surveys here. (You also might want to do one for yourself.)

      This is the only true way to heal your son’s issues. Drugs are not the answer, and even the behavioral exercises they have your one son doing will not fix the REASON for the problem.

      Thanks for reaching out to us and being such an attentive mother.

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