Eva - posted on 05/15/2011 ( 42 moms have responded )
I read that vayarin is a non stimulant medicine for ADHD and it is natural without side effects and safe to use for children. The main ingredient of this supplement is Phosphatidylserine. Does anyone tried any supplement with this ingredient? Please share your experience. Anyway, I pasted the description from the website. Here it is: VAYARIN is a once-daily formulation of Phosphatidylserine - Omega 3 compound EPA enriched, is prescription-only and offers a new approach to help manage ADHD symptoms in children. Vayarin has been clinically shown to safely reduce disruptive ADHD symptoms including, hyperactivity, inattention, restlessness and impulsivity both at home and at school. Additionally, Vayarin was clinically shown to improve the quality of life for the families of the ADHD children. Vayarin is a Medical Food regulated by the FDA under the Orphan Drug Act and is intended for use under physician supervision with consideration for the distinct nutritional requirements of children suffering with ADHD. Vayarin’s recommended dose is 2 capsules once daily or as directed by a physician. It’s specially formulated; easy to swallow hard shell capsule can also be opened and sprinkled on food. Vayarin is not a stimulant or a controlled substance and has no potential for abuse or dependence.