Jaw Dropping Study Shows Cannabis Helps Almost ALL (90%) Epileptics Who Try It

 

Jaw Dropping Study Shows Cannabis Helps Almost ALL (90%) Epileptics Who Try It – Free Thought Project

 

For the past two years, we at The Free Thought Project (TFTP) have reported on the rise of medical cannabis to treat epileptic seizures, especially in children. As knowledge is spread and legalization sweeps that nation, many people are coming forward to tell of their wondrous success at stopping seizures with cannabis – where pharmaceutical medications failed.

 

At the annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society in Dec. 2015, the most talked-about study was one where medical cannabis provided very significant seizure reduction in epileptic children. As studies and real-life success stories piled up, the medical cannabis field advanced to the point where there is now a nasal spray that consistently stops seizures within 20 seconds.

TFTP conducted an exclusive interview with the mother of Novaleigh, a 5-year-old girl who suffered from 100 seizures a day along with other debilitating conditions. She is now almost 100% seizure-free after starting cannabis oil treatment, and her other conditions have dramatically improved.

While medical cannabis helps with a variety of adult and childhood ailments, childhood epilepsy has gotten perhaps the greatest attention. Even staunchly ‘red’ states have grudgingly put into place very limited medical cannabis laws, being forced to acknowledge its ability to give children their life back.

 

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