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CBD Can Help Stop or Decrease Seizures

If you suffer from seizures, CBD could be very beneficial for you. In fact, studies have shown that it has anti-seizure properties! It has even treated seizures that could not be treated by conventional anti-convulsants. Here are some of the most important advantages of CBD:

1. CBD Doesn’t Cause The Side Effects Of Conventional Anti-Convulsants:

Anti-convulsant medications can cause a wide range of severe side effects, but cannabidiol for seizures usually does not cause any side effects at all! If you do experience side effects of CBD, they are nearly always very minor. While conventional anti-convulsants can cause unsteadiness and problems when walking, changes in hair texture, confusion and difficulty concentration, and vomiting, the side effects of a good CBD oil are typically limited to minor drowsiness and a dry mouth.

2. NBC News Recently Talked About A Study Of CBD:

This study was conducted by Dr. Orrin Devinsky. There were 120 participants in the study. During the study, children who suffer from Dravet Syndrome were treated with CBD. The CBD appeared to be effective against the disease. In some cases, the seizures actually disappeared completely! However, conventional anti-convulsants are not capable of treating Dravet Syndrome.

3. You Don’t Need A Prescription!

While taking an anti-convulsant requires intensive monitoring by physicians, CBD oil is legally available without a prescription in all 50 states. That is not to say you shouldn’t talk to your doctor about taking a reputable CBD product – if you are under medical care it is always a good idea to let your doctor know what you are taking so they can note it in your file. If you have amazing results, it will be documented!!! If you are taking medications that might interact, they can also tell you that. Research interactions, and for medications that do not interact, try to take them two hours before or after your CBD, should you decided to take CBD.

4. You Might Be Able To Take CBD Along With Conventional Anti-Convulsants:

While you should always check with your doctor before you begin taking CBD for your seizures, it is often possible to take CBD along with your regular medication regimen. In fact, CBD rarely interacts with prescribed or over the counter medications. Also, it is important to never stop taking your medication for seizures without consulting your physician.

5. There Is No Overdose Potential Of CBD:

It is possible to accidentally overdose on conventional anti-convulsants, but so far, this hasn’t been a problem with CBD. In fact, there is no known physical toxicity of CBD at any dosage. However, CBD does temporarily deactivate Cytochrome P450 enzymes. This isn’t normally a problem, but education is always key.

6. It Doesn’t Cause A “High”:

THC causes the psychoactive effects of cannabis, and there are no psychoactive effects of CBD at all.

 

**Note**

This is not medical advice. The writer of this article is not a doctor and all medical advice should come from a doctor. Everyone is encouraged to speak to a medical professional before starting a new product.

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