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New Research on Cannabidiol for Epileptic Children

New research from the New England Journal of Medicine, outlines more evidence to support the effectiveness of cannabis to reduce seizures in epileptic children with Dravet syndrome. Epilepsy is a neurological disease that causes various forms of seizures, ranging from undetectable to full-body convulsions. There are six main types of seizures associated with Epilepsy: clonic, … Continued

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How Medical Marijuana Eases Epilepsy

March is National Epilepsy Month in Canada, and it’s the perfect opportunity for us to explain why medical marijuana is so effective in treating epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological disease that causes various forms of seizures, ranging from undetectable to full-body convulsions. There are six main types of seizures associated with Epilepsy: clonic, tonic, tonic-clonic, myoclonic, absence … Continued

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Medical Marijuana and Epilepsy

It’s another edition of Medical Monday, sharing what conditions can benefit the most from medical marijuana. This week we are showing you how Epilepsy can be treated with cannabis. Epilepsy is a neurological disease that causes various forms of seizures, ranging from undetectable to full-body convulsions. There are six main types of seizures associated with Epilepsy: clonic, … Continued

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