Epilepsy is a neurological condition/disorder that is characterized by seizures, which range from relatively mild (a moment of impaired concentration) to extreme (total loss of consciousness). Medical Cannabis and CBD-dominant products in particular, have proven to be very effective at reducing the frequency and severity of epileptic seizures.
Researchers say that there has been a 39 percent reduction in seizure occurrence provides strong evidence that the compound can help people living with Dravet syndrome and other seizure disorders. Its ability to lessen tremors in Parkinson’s disease are unfathomable.
One of the most agonizing facts is that 34% of deaths in adolescents is due to epilepsy or accidents that occur during seizures. Recently, epilepsy and cannabis have been highlighted in the news, especially success stories focusing on children with epilepsy who are trying medicinal cannabis. Some cases have shed light on the medicinal uses of cannabis, regardless of its compendium as a Schedule I narcotic and the commonly accepted legal age of consumption for mind-altering substances.
Cannabis has demonstrated so much promise in the treatment of epilepsy that FDA-approved clinical trials are underway because cannabis is so effective at treating seizures.