The FDA recently approved a new – and pricey – drug (Aduhelm) to treat Alzheimer’s. But there’s an inexpensive supplement found at health-food stores that can stave off the effects of the disease and other brain disorders, with no side effects! Researchers at Canada’s McGiill University found that micro doses of lithium (400 times lower than commonly prescribed for mood disorders) can stop the buildup of brain plaques that trigger Alzheimer’s, plus restore some lost brain function. I recommend 20 to 80 mg of lithium orotate daily, distributed throughout the day.

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  1. Kim

    Wow, this is amazing! My cousin recently discovered she has early stages of the disease. I’m sure it will help her.

  2. Terri

    This sounds like a miracle. I’m so glad to know about it. It helps take the fear of the disease away to know there is a natural way to treat it.

  3. Annabelle

    I’ve been experiencing lots of memory issues recently. I’m going to try this to see if it helps me remember where my car keys are!

  4. Rose

    I’m interested in Lithium Orotate, but can’t find it on the FDA approved drugs list. Does it go by another name?

    • Team ALG

      Rose, Lithium orotate is a form of the mineral lithium. It is not a drug, so it wouldn’t be listed there.


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