Cannabis oil may reduce epileptic seizures in childrenstudy

A British pharmaceutical company said a study shows that a cannabis-based drug may dramatically reduce seizures in patients with a specific type of epilepsy. Cannabis oil has been used to treat children with epilepsy for years in the state of Colorado, where marijuana is legal. CCTV America’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports from Denver.

11 thoughts on “Cannabis oil may reduce epileptic seizures in childrenstudy

  1. What a touching story. I cannot imagine having a baby with seizures. Do we know if this product is pharmacy grade CBD? Is there any trace whatsoever of THC in the oil? I am glad they are finding positive results and agree this needs further study. How is dosing determined? It would be so hard to manage this without physician oversight and not knowing what long-term effects will be. Thank you for sharing your story and I sincerely hope things get better from here on out.

  2. Need more proof!?!?!? On the tube you'll find this video, "medical cannabis stops Stefans seizure" !!! If you want to hear the story of my mentally challenged children…. also on the tube you'll find, "Is CBD being suppressed" !!! Cannabis is on its way to becoming a universal medicine!!!! My story is 45 mins long, so get comfortable!!!☮️

  3. I've been trying CBD oil for 5 Days now . My seizures started in 2006 it's been working so far . Im 49 years old now ..May God Bless the Child and it continues to work .

  4. its given in the ayurveda already what u may have found now.the world should use more of ancient indian wisdom for betterment of heath .

  5. All thanks to God and Dr. Oziegbe on YouTube. I was able to cure my only son suffering from seizures with the herbal medicine that I ordered from Dr. Oziengbe on YouTube.

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