Marijuana oil shows promise in treating epilepsy
|Marijuana oil shows promise in treating epilepsy||Darrell Miller||01/12/17|
January 12, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Marijuana oil shows promise in treating epilepsy
Recently a compound that is found in marijuana has been showing some great promise in regards to the treatment of epilepsy in both adults and children. After nearly two years of research, researchers are getting the data that they need to show that the treatment method works in general. Researchers observed a reduction in the number of seizures in the majority number of the patients during clinical trials in general.
- A compound found in marijuana is showing great promise in the treatment of epilepsy in both kids and adults.
- After two years of research, "finally we are getting the data to show patients that the treatment works," explains UAB neurologist Dr. Jerzy Szaflarski.
- They've observed a reduction in seizures in the majority of patients in clinical trials, and some are even seizure-free.
"Results are so promising with CBD that this marijuana derivative -- which can't make anyone high -- could be available to patients in need within 18 months."