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Jef Gazley, MS, LMFT

ADD-care a Natural Alternative

About ADD-care

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) occur as a result of neurological dysfunction in the prefrontal cortex of the brain. This lack of functioning in the brain causes distraction, short attention span, poor time management, procrastination, poor judgment, trouble learning, anxiety, and short-term memory loss, among other problems.

The standard and until now most effective treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder is the use of amphetamines and stimulants. These include Ritalin, Adderall, Dexedrine, and the relatively unknown medication Provigil. This is due to the stimulating effect of these drugs on the central nervous system, prefrontal cortex, and hypothalamus which raises dopamine levels in the brain and increases alertness.

There are a number of secondary side effects to the medications mentioned above. Some of these are over-stimulation, excessive sweating, bad breath, intense irritability, more confusion and less focus, anxiety, obsessions, compulsions, oppositional behavior, and an addictive potential for people without ADD.

ADD-care is a completely natural supplement which consists of various amino acids and a homeopathic agent that according to both client testimonials and SPECT scans truly rivals the stimulants with virtually no side effects. This has been demonstrated by head to head comparisons using SPECT scans at the Amen Clinic. According to numerous testimonials by those who have used ADD-care, and the results shown by the brain scan images, ADD-care seems to be as effective as the stimulants for the treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder symptoms.

Some advantages of using ADD-care instead of drugs such as stimulants and amphetamines are:

  • 100% natural
  • No prescription necessary
  • Appetite is not adversely affected
  • Creates focus and alertness
  • Can be taken after 4PM because it does not affect sleep
  • Decreases anger, obsessions, compulsions, anxiety, and oppositional behavior
  • There is no ‘high’ or addictive component

Surface of the Brain Scans

58 yr old female spect scan

This is the unmedicated SPECT scan of a 44 year old woman suffering from over-focused Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Both hemispheres of the prefrontal cortex show the deep pockets that are typical for ADD. These pockets depict decreased blood flow which results in a lack of focus and impulsivity.


This second surface scan is the same woman with 2 capsules of ADD-care. The pockets are gone and the two hemispheres are smooth and symmetrical which indicates tremendous improvement of her ADD.

Scan with Adderall

The third surface scan shows the same client with 20 mg. of amphetamine sulftate (Adderall). The left lobe is smooth and regular, but the right lobe has a deep pocket showing decreased activity. ADD-care was at least 20% more effective in the prefrontal cortex area.


Inside of the Brain Scans

Brain Spect Scan

This is the deep view of the same patient's scans. This first scan is the same concentration scan without medication. The white areas show any part of the brain that is working 15% greater than it should optimally. However the bottom part of the brain or cerebellum is different and should be completely filled in with white suggesting dopamine activity.

The two large white areas on either side of center are the basal ganglia. The middle section is the limbic system. The cingulate system often appears like a Mohawk haircut running up and down the full length of the middle of the brain. At the top of the limbic system the small white area indicates that the cingulate system is also over-activated.

Inside Brain Scan

This is the supplement scan and it clearly shows that there is much more involvement in the cerebellum. With ADD-care the basal ganglia and cingulate system have cleared dramatically and the limbic system has been reduced by at least 80-90%. This is why people feel calm as well as focused on the supplement.

Inside Brain Scan

This scan is with amphetamine sulfate (Adderall). It has 90% of cerebellum activity compared to the supplement. The basal ganglia, limbic, and cingulate system though are still quite pronounced and that can cause a lot of the side effects that people see with the stimulants. The supplement performed 100% better.

During each scan the Conner's ADD test was administered. During the first scan the patient missed 15.11, in the second scan she missed 4.51, and in the third scan the patient missed 10.67 so ADD-care's performance surpassed amphetamine sulfate (Adderall) significantly.

Sheryl P. Testimonial
Recently, I began taking Add-care for my Over-focused ADD. Within half an hour of taking the Add-care I feel calmer and more focused.

ADD-care represents a revolutionary leap for symptoms consistent with Attention Deficit Disorder. For Years the naturopathic community has claimed to be able to treat ADD effectively without the use of stimulants and failed to deliver on those claims. ADD-care is the only product that truly delivers on that promises according to client testimonials and numerous SPECT scans. This discovery makes the use of stimulants irrelevant and an unnecessary risk in all but the most recalcitrant cases of ADD.


Jef Gazley, M.S., LMFT

Jef Gazley, MS, LMFT, Scottsdale

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Attention Deficit Disorder
ADD-care a Natural Alternative
Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity ADD/ADHD

Energy Psychology
EMDR Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Neuro Emotional Technique or NET
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder/PTSD
Tru Brain Trauma Therapy

Addictive Love
Healthy Love

Substance Abuse
Chemical Dependence and Alcoholism
Codependence - Codependency

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