Medical Marijuana For Epilepsy Treatment
Medical cannabis can be administered through various methods.
Roughly 30% of people with epilepsy have reported that conventional treatments do not work to control seizures. Medical marijuana has been effective for some people living with uncontrolled seizures. It may also be the best alternative for some people with drug-resistant epilepsy. (Please consult your treating physician for more information.)
Further evidence of medical marijuana’s effectiveness in treating epilepsy can be found see in the drug Epidiolex. Epidiolex is a plant-based CBD formulation approved by the FDA for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome & Dravet syndrome.
Nausea & Vomiting
Helps control nausea and vomiting caused by cancer chemotherapy
Cannabis reduces inflammation
Improves weight gain by stimulating appetite
Epidiolex (cannabidiol, CBD) oral solution treats Lennox-Gastaut & Dravet syndrome
How Medical Marijuana Helps Patients
Medical marijuana can help some epileptics suffering from: