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What Crystals Help with Autism, Dybraxia, and ADHD?
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What Crystals Help with Autism, Dybraxia, and ADHD?
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Q:  I have an 8 year old child that is autistic and has dysbraxia and ADHD can you reccomened a crystal or crystals for him?

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Dear Dawn


I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.

My oldest child has learning disabilities and dyspraxia is one of them. He could walk down a perfectly straight hall and walk into the walls. This and other disorders which are similar are the result of the brain not translating input properly. The signal becomes confused in the brain so to speak. It takes a lot of training to help them over come this problem. Daily therapy helped our son to write the pathways and train the brain to recognize the signals being input.
The crystal below can help in a more subtle way. They work slowly and over time you will see improvements begin to happen. I would place the crystals on a tray and place them near the bed so they can work as your son sleeps. I have found that as with younger children, for those with Autism and other brain disorders it is best not to give the crystals and stones to the child. Place them where they can not be reached. We were fortunate and with help my son overcame many of his problems. I wish all the best to you and dont give up hope. In many cases vast improvement can be achieved. I hope yours is one.

Stilbite-treatment of disorders

Autism
Moldavite
Sugilite

ADHD
Lepidolite
Lithium
Rutilated Quartz

Roslyn Bohanan
Master Crystal Healer



Posted on February 02, 2011
  I have SEVERE arthritis--fingers are crooked; hip will be replaced this Christmas. I throw up with most pain meds so my husband made a necklace made out of crushed amethyst crystals. I wear it all the time and it does not rid me of pain; but certainly helps me be able to move, work full time, surf, paddle an outrigger canoe--which for 64 years of age is not bad. I also am an Autism Specialist (have been a teacher, principal, psych or 43 years) for the past 12 years. Most of my students/clients wear one of the crystals in a pocket or as a necklace during the day. Behaviors and focus have vastly improved. Most are on grade level with few, if any, behavior problems (middle school). All came to our program designated as "severe"--cannot learn--etc. One ninth grader who was with us for three years recently moved to Texas. That district had a difficult time placing her as she no longer fits the "severe" autism diagnosis. She reads on grade level, cares for her female needs, cares for her hygiene, writes her own stories and illustrates them based on favorites she had read to her in the past. She now is able to make friends. Her verbal acuity is still borderline; but we feel it is more due to trust than an actual speech disability. So I do not know how much the crystals help my students/clients; but I do see remarkable changes within a few days of students wearing them. I have not tried anything other than crushed amethyst.  (Submitted by: BeccasHeart on September 22, 2013)
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  For ADHD, I think I like Citrine. Both of them gave me a positive feeling. I have ADHD.

I might like Amethyst too.

I'm new to this crystal stuff but they both seemed to work for me.  (Submitted by: ricky on September 30, 2011)
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