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Betty Jean Swartz <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 6 Mar 1996 21:42:54 -0500
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Seems to me I heard something about this at a Feingold Association meeting
(also known as Feingold PATH) several years ago.  You may want to see if you
can locate a local chapter.  There may also be something in Feingold's book:
   Feingold, Ben F.
   Why your child is hyperactive [by] Ben F. Feingold. [1st ed.]
   New York, Random House [1975]
The national Feingold Association used to put out a newsletter that may also
have some information.
Good luck!
BJ Swartz
> Has anyone come across this as therapy for attention deficit with
> hyperactivity in children.  Also may be known as Oenothera biennis.
> Lots of material regarding menopause, migraine and other uses and as an
> essential oil but not ATDH.
> I have checked a number of Herbal bases ( some of Tom Flemming's stuff) on
> internet as well as the usual sources.
> Thanks
> Elyse Pike
> Dr. J. C. Rathbun Memorial Library
> Children's Hospital of Western Ontario
> 800 Commissioner's Rd. E.
> London, Ontario, Canada
> (519) 685-8500 ext 5145
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Betty Jean Swartz, M.L.S.               (609) 757-7740
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