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BrightSpark ADD cure

My 9-year old son has been diagnosed with ADD. I read up on a natural remedy called BrightSpark which contains Hyoscyamus (30C), Tuberculinum (30C), Arsen Iod (30C) and Verta Alb (30C).

After googling these ingredients, Hyoscyamus is a poison, Tuberculinum comes from Tuberculosis pus, Arsen Iod is Arsenic and I didn,t find much on Verta Alb.

Does anybody know anything about this product?

If it is safe (because of the treatment of the ingredients as well as quantities), I might consider trying it. I really don't want to give Ritalin to my son. I've read th
  LineC on 2006-04-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am copying the reference to Veratrum Album from Boricke:

White Hellebore

A perfect picture of collapse, with extreme coldness, blueness, and weakness, is offered by this drug. Post-operative shock with cold sweat on forehead, pale face, rapid, feeble pulse. Cold perspiration on the forehead, with nearly all complaints. Vomiting, purging, and cramps in extremities. The profuse, violent retching and vomiting is most characteristic. Surgical shock. Excessive dryness of all mucous surfaces. "Coprophagia" violent mania alternates with silence and refusal to talk.
Joe De Livera last decade
I don't know anything about this product but do not worry about the actual ingredients. I would suggest finding a classical homeopath who can help your son individually. My son is recovered from autism - mostly due to homoepathy. My daughter (8) has ADD and her remedy manages this quite well. Read up on homeopathy so you understand what the remedies are and how they work. Even though many are made from actual poisons - they are not poisonous. I think it is better to find a good fit for your son specifically then try a universal mixed remedy product. Email me if you have more questions I might be able to help with.
Good luck!
busymominme last decade
You should use this product and share the results here with all us. Almost all homeopathy medicines are made up of poisons.

Hyoscyamus (30C),
Arsen Iod (30C)
Verta Alb (30C).

All of these things are poisons as well homeopathy medicine. Tuberculinum is a nosode but still a medicine.
kuldeep last decade
I would like to try this product but would like more information on it. Has anyone used this for their children and seen results. Illness? Please provide facts. Thank you!
iburdett last decade
I started my 6 year old son on BrightSpark on Sunday. So far the effects have been good. His mood is cooperative, communicative, happy, less irritation with sibling. He's enjoying school now. Brought home progress report on Tues with 4 stars! He hasn't gotten 4 stars for months. He's very proud of himself. Today 5 stars. Only side effect I've noticed with concern last night he complained of headaches. Today no complaints just smiles. I will continue to monitor his progress and let you know.
mtglen last decade
I'm new to homeopathy. Is this meant to be a long term treatment? How do you know when to discontinue remedies?
mtglen last decade
by side effects--or more like over action of remedies--from unnecessary repetiiton---best for you read on how homoeopathic remedies are proved--just search ''homoeopathic provings''--this give you an idea how data is gathere for treating patients aso give ou an idea of how needless repetition of homoeopathic remedies can be harmful--producing side effects--this most dont acknowledge --i dont know why...maybe purposeful ignorance..but i tell --rea on this and consider before using product ''as they tell---3 times a ay for months---without monitorization--ridiculous...anyway--do some research ok?
John Stanton last decade
here's book on subject--give you good idea..

'Dynamics and Methodology of Homeopathic Provings'
Jeremy Sherr, RSHom
John Stanton last decade
also on provings and homoeopathy...not on ADD but need to know if use any product concerned with homoeopatic remedies.

John Stanton last decade
I have been using Brightsparks for 9 weeks for my 9 year old son,who has a long standing ADD profile but not hyperactive. He has changed from a dreamy unorganised underachieving child into a focused alert boy who is now keeping up in class and his teachers cannot believe the turn around with him. His classroom teacher has rung me a number of times and is thrilled with his attitude enjoyment and results from schoolwork..He has shown no negative effects and his appetite has also improved. I am monitoring the formula with a homeopath locally in Sydney. Coming from a medical/health background I was at first dubious but have witnessed first hand these improvements and would recommend it to others. Check with a childrens homeopath for advice and monitoring and a more specific formula for your child . Most importantly look also at your childs diet and make sure thay are getting adequate essential vitamins and minerals and Omega 3's.Good luck.
downunder mum last decade
Hi. I have a 12-year-old boy who has always been diagnosed with ADHD/Asperger's Syndrome. I have bought the BrightSpark and now am wondering if it is safe to use with the 50 mg. of Zoloft he takes. He is also on 1 mg of Risperdal per day. Does anyone know if
musicmom007 last decade
Sorry, I messed up. I'm a first-timer. Does anyone know if the BrightSpark and Zoloft are contraindicated? Thanks.
musicmom007 last decade
I have just started to use Brightspark. AFter looking into the ingredients, I have become skeptical. As I read replies I become even more uncertain. Any reassurance would be greatly appreciated.

Gauspohl last decade
I just purchased the brightspark but I am a little hesitant on the dosage of 2 tabs 3x times daily-i was going to try 1 tab 3x daily-any suggestions from anyone who has used this
joedawn1 last decade
My 9 year old daughter takes brightspark and I have seen no side effects whatsoever. Before she had trouble focusing and concentrating. She would also daydream and be a handful at home. After using the product I noticed a change. It really helps her in school as well. I will keep using the product. Many homeopathic remedies are derived from natural 'poisons'. I also tried the product myself and felt fine.
wlatifa last decade
If this combination remedy really contains the following medicines
Hyoscyamus (30C), Tuberculinum (30C), Arsen Iod (30C) and Verta Alb (30C),
i would suggest parents to stay away from this remedy. It may have disastrous effects in long run, more so when the remedy is given frequently.
kadwa last decade
why do you say this kadwa?
flori last decade
I purchase brightspark about three weeks ago. Very expensive and I haven't seen no good results yet! Only thing I'm happy about haven't seen no negative side effects. My five year old son was on adderall and the side effects was horrible. Could anyone tell me how long it took before you seen any results in your child using brightspark. I read it take about three weeks, One bottle only last about a month so I'll have to purchase another bottle if it start working.
awesomemommy last decade
I dont know about brightsparks, but what i can say is that my son was having major problems with ADD and Emotional Dyslexia as well as a host of other stuff that didn´t allow him to cope with school--within five months he was a completely new person--goodbye depression, goodbye introvert, goodbye attention deficit, etc etc etc. i can not thank my homeopathic doctor enough for what he did. He used a combination of homeopathy and bach flowers.
I suggest you find a good homeopathic doctor to help him. oh and...don´t worry about the ingredientes..all is well. You should read up on how homeopathy works.
vanilla27 last decade
First, all homeopathic remedies are safe as the actual ingredients are submolecular. Secondly, a lot of classical homeopaths don't like combination remedies for various reasons. However, if it works, great.
Bright Spark is the most expensive homeopathic medicine on the planet. A rip-off. And who knows if their Lab is properly outfitted for homeopathy. Buy the single remedies from ABC or other traditional suppliers, and if you like the mix, give one of each for a dose.
See a good homeopathic doctor.
HESaul last decade

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