Philadelphia, PA - (Accesswire) -Olfactory Biosciences Corp. (OLFC) the makers of NOXO Autism Balm(TM) are pleased to announce today the professional recommendation for their innovative Autism balm(TM) for use with children and adults that experience sensory irritants.
Dr. V. Ruth Pinney’s formula was designed to lessen theimpact of sensory irritations that trigger overstimulation acting out behaviors. Because it is a sensory aid it will provide a calming effect on those impacted by ADD, ADHD, Down syndrome, fragile X, prematurity and fetal alcohol syndrome.
An excited parent sent this feedback. "Hi (OLFC), my son takes Concerta for attention deficit disorder. He took the autism balm to school with him and did not take his medication. He described his first day of this as amazing. . . . The autism product clearly worked. He commented about having no side effects such as appetite, mood swings and what I see as simply not being himself when medicated. If this product works for the attention deficit (ADD) population of the world it is a true gift. I am awaiting results from another friend of his with the similar problems. I have another friend with an autistic child that will being receiving the product. My wife and I are excited about our son's experience." Greg
NOXO Autism Balm(TM) is similar to a lip balm but is applied just below thenostrils on the upper lip. Allowing the natural formula to be inhaled and take effect. NOXO’s solution is safe, easy to apply and non-invasive. It works on your body’s natural processes and responses. It is the first product to address behavioral issues triggered by sensitivities.
About Olfactory Biosciences Corp Olfactory Biosciences Corp.’s NOXO division is focused to develop a variety of products targeting Olfactory Receptors for the desired effect. These alternative medicine wellness products may modify behavior or provide relief to common behavior challenges such as anxiety, smoking or weight control, as examples.
You can get more information on NOXO Autism Balm(TM) at www.noxoinfo.com/autism.html
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