Victoria, you asked about homeopathics and ADD. I have a cousin out west with a PhD in natural medicine. I will contact her and find out some good websites, and link them here. So keep posted!
Mary, you asked how to keep parsley for your little bunny. Well, the summer is the perfect time to turn your brown thumb green! See my post regarding planting seeds, but here are some minor adjustments:
Visit your local Agway or some such that doesn't just stock seed in the spring. Buy some potting soil, or some soil especially for sprouting seeds. Follow my instructions about preparing soil and filling pots. You can plant in individual packs to grow individual plants, or you can sow the parsley like grass seed, all over a flat, and give it a haircut every now and then to feed the bunny. I would probably do both.
Keep the flats or pots outside, by the door you come in and out of every day, so you see them and keep them moist until they sprout. But keep them in the shade! A bright window will also work, one you will see daily. Since it's so hot you will have to water several times a day, or keep water in a pan under the pot, so it will soak it up. Once they sprout, let them dry out between watering, but only for a few hours. They're still babies! When they grow a few inches, snip the tops (the ones in the flat. Let the individual plants grow bigger before harvesting). They should still grow back for you. The bunny will love it! It may be trickier in the winter - you'll have to get grow lights and keep in a warm spot. But if you are attentive to watering, you should be able to keep your bunny fed on parsley at least half the year. Try basil, too. That sprouts easily. Good luck!
Well, it was only in the mid-90s today! Almost comfy in comparison. They SAY we're supposed to get rain, but I'll believe it when I see it. My poor gardens...