I often wonder why the Epilepsy world does not flock to cannabis. Full spectrum cannabis concentrates will and do reduce seizure activity. The seizure reduction leads to massive upside in the quality of life for the individual challenged with seizures. I went thirteen years without a seizure with the use of cannabis. If you have […]
https://hemptownusa.com/cbg-whitepaper/ A very good read about the plant and the endocanabinoid system (ECS).
Cannabis has the potential to come in many forms. Additionally, cannabis has the ability to be broken down into individual cannabinoids for medicinal use. Today, the public does not have access to pharmaceutical grade cannabinoids. The public has access to flower, basic edibles, and tinctures. Epileptics needs access to all of the cannabinoids in the […]
I met a father last week with a daughter facing epilepsy. She is three years of age and has seizures. She takes medicine for the seizures, but the medicine does not relieve her seizures and the medicine is dissolving her teeth. My post today does not relay the stress faced by this dad. Dad is […]
Earlier last year, the most monumental approval of a cannabinoid occurred in the neurologic realm, specifically for the treatment of epilepsy. In June of 2018, the FDA approved Epidiolex for the treatment of a pair of pediatric epilepsies, namely Dravet and LGS. Epidiolex is a natural pharmaceutical-grade version of CBD and was able to demonstrate […]
An aura is a disturbance experienced by some with seizures. The aura stage precedes a seizure in epilepsy. Auras also give the individual a warning to prepare for the seizure or fight the seizure off. Auras often manifests as the perception of a strange light, an unpleasant smell, taste, increased saliva production, thoughts, or mind […]
Seizures can take place anywhere and at any time of the day. Individuals faced with the challenge of living a life with seizures need assistance during a seizure and after. Many times, a seizure will take place outside of the home in an uncomfortable area. Keep the person safe, comfortable, and if the person is […]
The different types of generalized seizures are: absence seizures (formerly known as petit mal) tonic-clonic or convulsive seizures (formerly known as grand mal) atonic seizures (also known as drop attacks) clonic seizures. tonic seizures. myoclonic seizures.