Is green tea used for ADHD treatment?


TL;DR: No, it is not used for ADHD treatment. Read below for a more detailed response.

Green tea, while considered immensely beneficial to health due to the presence of antioxidants and other minerals is not used (scientifically speaking) for the treatment of any ailment. Please do not force a person with ADHD to consume green tea for the purpose of “curing” or “helping” them. Green tea is also primarily helpful for physical health and living, not mental or neurological disorders.

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