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A cannabis derived medication reduced seizures in patients with a severe form of epilepsy, Dravet syndrome, a New England Journal of Medicine study found.
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.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one the natural product obtained from cannabis species which is free of psychoactive side effects hence useful in the treatment of epilepsy.
Sam Mountney, Epilepsy Action Senior campaigns and policy officer, talks about medical cannabis, our views and where we want to go next. Follow Epilepsy ...
Lavie Parush was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth, but since his parents began giving him medical marijuana, they say his seizures are nearly gone.
Epilepsy.com's contributors talk about studies conducted on cannabis and cannabidiol, including what has been learned about its effectiveness for treating ...
It won`t be avialable to everyone, though.