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Formula for Inattentive Children


If your child has ADD/ADHD Bach flower remedies can help. This is for parents who believe there is a way to help your child without the use of drugs. With the news of rehab for Ritalin you may want to think twice before giving this drug to your child.

The symptoms of ADD/ADHD can safely be addressed with Bach flower remedies. I have created two formulas that safely address the common issues of ADD/ADHD. The first blend addresses inattentiveness and the second blend addresses hyperactivity.

These formulas work. I have received numerous phone calls and emails from parents thanking me for making these blends available. To fully address the situation it is best to use the blends for 3 months. If you do this and take other supportive steps you will be giving your child a boost that can support their attention and behavior and their confidence. These formulas are also good for adults.

Symptoms of ADD/ADHD in children:

  • Inattentive
  • Hyperactive
  • Impulsive
  • Unmotivated
  • Spacey

These symptoms can be broken down into two categories Inattentive and Hyperactive. Now let's explore inattentiveness at a deeper level.

Inattentive Children:

  • Do not pay attention to details
  • Make careless mistakes
  • Have trouble staying focused, easily distracted
  • Appear not to listen when spoken to
  • Have difficulty remembering things and following instructions
  • Have trouble staying organized, planning ahead, and finishing projects
  • Gets bored with a task before it’s completed
  • Frequently loses or misplaces homework, books, toys, or other items

Bach Flower Remedies for Inattentive Children contains: 

    Chestnut Bud: This remedy is useful for learning especially when the child makes the same mistakes but fails to learn from them. Chestnut bud is good for all types of learning disabilities. This premier Bach remedy for learning is also good for concentration and attention.

    Clematis: This remedy is for the dreamer; the child whose head always seems to be in the clouds. Clematis can help your child be present, focused and attentive to the task at hand. This remedy is good for children who drift off, whether from lack of interest or mental laziness.

    Gentian: This remedy helps to bring confidence to children after a setback; gentian enhances perseverance, confidence, and faith. School has become a competitive environment and the drive for perfection a near pathology. Thank goodness for the support of gentian. The fact of life is there are setbacks but they don’t need to stop you in your tracks.

    Gorse: This remedy is for treating pessimism and a sense of hopelessness. Children suffering in this state see no point in trying because they lack faith in a positive outcome. This remedy builds optimism by supporting a sunnier outlook on life.

    Hornbeam: This remedy is useful for the ‘Monday Morning’ feeling that kids may experience as they dread going to school. It is helpful for staving off procrastination, it helps one to organize better and gather inspiration. Good for those who tire out due to sitting too much.

    Larch: This remedy helps with confidence; good for students who are shy, timid or don’t feel confident enough to embrace their school work. Larch is very useful when beginning to study a new topic or learning a new language or instrument; it helps one to make an effort and ’stay the course’.

    Water Violet: This remedy is for the child who withdraws from others, feels isolated and not part of the group. Those needing this remedy seem anti-social and emotionally cold. This remedy helps one feel comfortable within groups and around others.

    Wild Oat: This remedy is good for children who feel lost, confused because things do not seem clear cut for you as they do for others. This essence will help a child feel their uniqueness and apply their talents.

    Wild Rose: This remedy helps the student to overcome apathy and take a renewed enthusiastic approach to schoolwork. This essence is extremely helpful for those in the learning environment. Wild rose has tremendous potential to activate the will and encourage tenacity. The benefits of these qualities can go a long way to enhancing performance and renewing interest in school and learning.

    How to Use:

    The formulas should be administered 3-4 times a day. You can do this by adding 4 drops to water or juice.  You will begin to notice a shift in behavior within 1-2 weeks or possibly sooner. These remedies are entirely safe, there are NO contraindications or side effects.