Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Why I Wont Take Vaxa Attend

A homeopathic supplement called Attend by Vaxa is purported to be the herbal alternative to a lot of the medicines given to ADHD patients to curb symptoms of the disorder.

When I discovered Vaxa Attend during yet another online search, the fact that it was considered homeopathic certainly piqued my interest.

So, I decided to look into Vaxa Attend ingredients and Vaxa Attend reviews in one sitting.

Claiming a 70 percent success rate with children, I couldn’t find any information on how Vaxa Attend helps adults. It also said that it has no known side effects—a great thing if the product also worked for adults, a fact that isn’t necessarily a given.

I had a hard time locating a Vaxa Attend ingredients list and after a while, I gave up. I mean, I do after all, have ADD. Besides, it shouldn’t be this hard to locate basic information.

From what I could glean, most Vaxa Attend reviews were in relations to how it performed with children. Call me paranoid, but I really don’t want to take medicine designed for a child’s system—I want something that is specifically for adults.

I ran into this problem quite a bit while trying to locate a herbal medication for ADD. It appears that anything that seemed as if it would remotely work was formulated for kids—it’s as if the scientific community forgets that adults suffer from ADHD as well.
But I am not giving up—my herbal remedy is just around the corner, I know it!

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