Cannabis use in people with epilepsy revealed: Australian survey: People with epilepsy resort to cannabis products when anti-epileptic drug side-effects are intolerable, epilepsy uncontrolled — ScienceDaily

Posted: March 10, 2017 in Cannabis, health, Marijuana, seizures
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The first Australian nationwide survey on the experiences and opinions of medicinal cannabis use in people with epilepsy has revealed that 14 per cent of people with epilepsy have used cannabis products as a way to manage seizures. The study showed that of those with a history of cannabis product use, 90 per cent of adults and 71 per cent of parents of children with epilepsy reported success in managing seizures after commencing using cannabis products.

Source: Cannabis use in people with epilepsy revealed: Australian survey: People with epilepsy resort to cannabis products when anti-epileptic drug side-effects are intolerable, epilepsy uncontrolled — ScienceDaily

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