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Epilepsy

Cannabidiol (CBD) In Pediatric Epilepsy

While there is extensive personal experience, to this day there are still no controlled, randomized clinical trials testing CBD in this age group. The two age groups most affected by epilepsy are the elderly and children under five. Last time we focused on the former, finding a paucity of clinical evidence supporting the use of … Read more

Treating Children With ADHD, Epilepsy And Autism With Cannabis Oil

Treating children with medicinal cannabis will always remain a controversial topic. Medical professionals call for more research while governing bodies express concern over the long-term effects of doping with a known drug. However, the multitude of real-life success stories cannot be ignored. When children fail to respond to treatment with traditional medicine, many parents have … Read more

Treatment Guideline – Treating Children with Cannabis Oil

This treatment guideline is to be used for products and cannabis oils, that are only endorsed by CannaMedica.  It is to be used for treating children with ailments, including; ADHD ADD Epilepsy Seizure Control Autism Cerebral Palsy Asthma Most of the people we treat choose the cannabis oils we endorse over conventional western medicines that have let them … Read more

The Story of Charlotte’s Web: CBD Medical Cannabis & Children

Charlotte’s Web is a high CBD strain that contains virtually no THC. As a medicinal strain, Charlotte’s Web has been used successfully to treat a variety of medical conditions, from PTSD to epileptic seizures. It’s rapidly becoming the strain of choice for those who are interested in medication without any psychoactive effects. The Origins of … Read more

CBD And Children – Is It Safe?

As a parent, you’d do anything for your child, particularly if they are desperately ill and conventional medicine is failing them. Across the globe there has been one headline grabbing story after another of parents giving their sick children CBD, the non-psychoactive compound in cannabis for conditions like epilepsy, cancer and autism. But the question … Read more

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