Well, the first ingredient is Aconitum Ferox, which is a species of monkshood and EXTREMELY toxic. Add that to the fact that the weakest (or strongest, depending on how you look at it) dilution is only 10X....no wonder it slows kids down. I also wonder how they proofed it, seeing as how in healthy people it would cause slowdown of respiratory function and death. Here's a link on it, if you're interested: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aconitum_ferox .It also contains oats and horseradish and silver nitrate, for whatever that's worth.
I know it's Wiki, but it seems like information that's easily verifiable.
Also, "oligotherapeutic?" Oligo means "few," as in oligarchy, for example. We all know what therapeutic means. I don't understand what an "oligotherapeutic water base" means. It seems to me like a word they invented to sound scientific and fancy.
Just my opinion to take or leave, but this site and this "medicine" seems pretty quacky to me, and possibly dangerous at the 10X level. If it were my kid, I wouldn't give it to him. YMMV.