Nov 16

CBD For Epilepsy?

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Epilepsy is a brain disorder where excessive brain cell activity causes recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness and convulsions, which result in a chronic condition called seizures. Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder, affecting babies , children , and adults alike.

If you have epilepsy or know someone living with this condition, there is no point of discussing how you must have tried any and every prescription available on the market, and have failed to get results. These experiences with unsuccessful synthetic drugs have led people to look for natural treatment. According to recent studies on epilepsy, many are turning to CBD, the non-psychotic form of cannabis when traditional approaches have failed. 

The buzz on CBD has been going around for more than 20 years, and the legalization of it has created opportunities for the CBD market to reach those affected.

Studying CBD

In 2015, Bob Shepard published an article from The University of Alabama conducted a study that tested CBD oil as a treatment for epilepsy patients’ different symptoms. This study led to the legalization of CBD oil in Alabama for adults and epileptic children. 

The CBD oil used in this research strictly followed the FDA guidelines. The results revealed a dramatic decrease in the frequency and severity of seizures and removed the stigmas associated with CBD.

We are proud to offer a great range of CBD-infused products which comply with the 2014 Farm Bill and contains no THC. With how intensely scientists are working to prove that CBD does make a difference in the lives of epileptic patients, the time will hopefully come soon when the FDA will approve CBD as a treatment for seizures.

Find out more about CBD and my supplier GreenRoads !!

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