I use Huperzine A to treat my ADHD

I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was a young teenager.

After trying countless things in the past to treat my ADHD (Adderall, Ritalin, Meditation, Coffee, etc.) I finally found something that makes a noticeable difference without unpleasant side effects.

A few weeks ago, a friend recommended I try something called Huperzine A, which can be taken in tablet form. I take one-quarter of a tablet (50mcg) every other day, but one may need a different dose depending on their sensitivity.

So what is Huperzine A? It's a sesquiterpene alkaloid, derived from a kind of moss called Huperzia serrata. It's a stimulant without the negative side effects I've experienced from prescribed ADHD medications and has also been studied as a treatment for Alzheimer's. Although studies about this supplement are limited, it appears to be safe from what we know about it. That said, use it at your own risk if you decide to try it. This is my personal experience of course, and shouldn't be taken as medical advice. In fact, I forbid you from taking Huperzine A without the written approval of your medical doctor.