Doctor Explains How CBD Helped a Child with Epilepsy – Learn Liberty



Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that results in seizures. Seven-year old Sophia Nazzarine has suffered from intractable epilepsy. This interview was based on …

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  1. This is an old thread but I just found it. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2004. I have had so many seizures I cannot count them. After several different drugs over several years we finally got to Lamictal, which has done a pretty good job. I don't really know about side effects as I have not stopped taking since I started almost 10 years ago. Anyway, my wife is a distributor for a manufacturer of CBD products. I was skeptical. She has tried it topically for pain and said she has had good result. She wants me to try it for epilepsy. I will not stop taking Lamictal because it has worked well. But I have tried it on my face which has been red, irritated, and blotchy for years no matter what I have tried. It has helped with the redness and the sensitivity. I have not taken steps to try and prove it, but the difference is clear. Just coincidence? Anyway, because of that success, I will really start watching for stories about people who have used it. The time between research, testing , and market is way too long in this country and part of that is the frequency of lawsuit, and big pharma. If pharma can't patent something, they will not promote it and will do what they can to limit knowledge and use of it. I have experienced this personally. Sorry to be verbose but being epileptic and having a wife using and distributing CBD for a major manufacturer, I'm both interested and familiar.

  2. Could you set up a lab in Colorado? Or even just a small trial to prove it has at least some validity? I personally have seen the results of canibidol for other things personally, so I would be curious what the effects on seizures is.

  3. The government should stop getting in the way of medical research using marijuana.  It is hurting children.  It is violating our rights to liberty.

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