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TREATING EPILEPSY WITH CBD | JENNIFER ANDERSON, M.D.


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On-Location Long Beach, California On this episode of Let's Be Blunt, Montel talks with Dr. Jennifer Anderson, a pediatrician and ER doctor from Canada. Jennifer's son was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy. Daily life was a struggle for the family as her son would have continuous seizures. Out of pure desperation, Jennifer decided to try CBD. The results were astounding. The CBD significantly reduced the amount of daily seizures and increased his quality of life. Jennifer Anderson now specializes in medical cannabis for kids, in order to help other struggling families.

 

 

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CBD products are known for treating people's illnesses. Many researchers were found based on its effect on people's bodies and how these products act on them. Another similar element of the Cannabis plant from which CBD comes is THC, which is present in the delta 8 products. It is said that the delta 8 THC products create a feeling of relaxation and euphoria and help induce sleepiness. But, besides that, I can recommend the best delta 8 gummies for anxiety. With them, you will be out of stress and any other emotional problems you have.

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While not everyone with epilepsy should or would consider medical cannabis or cannabidiol as a treatment option, some people living with uncontrolled seizures have reported beneficial effects and reduced seizure activity when using medical cannabis, especially strains rich in CBD. I had a friend that had regular epilepsy seizures, and a doctor recommended he consume some CBD cannabis to make the seizure controllable. He was buying from Legal Cannabis In Toronto, and after starting to consume cannabis, he started to have fewer seizures.

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