ADHD Liquid Herbal Extracts  By Karen Morris

This week I’d love to shine the spotlight on one of my favourite liquid herbal extracts – the Herbs Online Shop ADHD Liquid Herbal Extract.

I have many patients and friends who either have or know of, a child that is working through the effects of ADHD. In fact, ADHD is a condition that many adults experience too, but are not diagnosed until later in life. This liquid herbal extract is a really wonderful tonic because of it’s ability to help calm and soothe the nervous system by easing nervous tension in the body and addressing many of the side effects of ADHD.

My ADHD liquid herbal extract also works to improve memory, insomnia, hyperactivity and anxiety. As a disorder that is becoming diagnosed more frequently, I am finding more and more new patients who are dealing with ADHD in some way or another, whether it be through a family member who is suffering, or themselves.

The Herbs Online Shop ADHD liquid herbal extract is crafted with love and care using only the highest quality ingredients of chamomile, passion flower, albizia, astragalus and slippery elm. These beautiful ingredients support focus and concentration in both men and women, children, adolescents and adults. If you suspect your child may be experiencing any kind of attention or focusing concern, this extract will help them too. It is of course completely safe for children who have not been officially diagnosed with ADHD.

If you feel like this supplement could assist you or someone you know, why not give me a call to discuss your concerns? Here at Herbs Online Shop we offer free advice and of course, we always post direct to you, which means this supplement could be on it’s way to your mailbox today.

As always, please feel free to get in touch with me via the contact page and if you’re not already, why not follow the @herbsonlineshop Instagram account and Facebook page and group. I post daily about my clinic, my top health tips and information about custom herbs and supplements, just for you!


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