Parental and media attention has been given to the notion that mercury or vaccines are contributing to the rise in ADHD and Autism; although there is still debate on this subject. What has not been making the media and not being discussed as widely in social circles is the role of lead and its link to both ADHD and Autism. 

Scientific studies and papers have been published supporting this link as well as a link to other illness such as colic, anorexia, slowed growth, sporadic vomiting, and pigmented gum lines. But how prevalent is elevated lead among children in the U.S.? According to a pamphlet published by the EPA, one in 22 children in the U.S. has high levels of lead in their blood.

Read more: Lead and Its Relationship to ADHD and Autism

Notatum is one of those homeopathic remedies that is called nature’s antibiotic at its best.  It has a profound healing effect without any side effects and it is a great first aid remedy. It can be used for any recurrent, chronic or latent bacterial conditions and is available in drops, capsules, tablets, suppositories, and ampoules.

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For years physicians who treat children with autism and other DSM diagnosis have stated that there is a link between these conditions and PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Diagnosis Associated with Streptococcal Infections). The patients they treat with biomedical interventions have experienced improvements and up until recently, mainstream medicine was not on board. This all changed when the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health stated that PANDAS is indeed a real medical illness.


Read more: Autism, OCD and Anxiety Associated with PANDAS and PANS

Stomach spasms, flatulence, lack of ap­petite, indigestion and diarrhea can be relieved by thyme. Steep a teaspoon of dried thyme in a cup of boiling water for 1-2 minutes and then drink. Repeat four times a day.

How it works: Thyme aids digestion. It contains soothing properties that both tone the nervous system and stomach, and reduce spasms.