I was initially unsure if I wanted to explore medical marijuana as a potential treatment.
However, the anti-seizure medicine I’d been taking for quite a few years was causing myself and others unquestionably unpleasant side-effects.
I knew there was the potential for serious, long-term damage to our health. While I sad that cannabis wouldn’t supply an effective defense against seizures, I was also happy about the benefits of a natural remedy. My symptoms can be triggered by stress, skipping a meal or even a bright flashing light! Epilepsy is a brain disorder that has no cure and affects over three million Americans. A lot of people have found relief using weed. I figured it wouldn’t hurt to get our medical marijuana card. The process wasn’t overly difficult or overpriced and provided access to every medical dispensary in our beach house state plus those that offer reciprocity. I was able to consult with a knowledgeable budtender, explain our problems and get some unquestionably helpful recommendations. He directed myself and others toward strains that are high in CBD and CBGA, including Sweet and Sour Widow, Ringo’s Gift and Charlotte’s Web. He said that along with cannabinoids, bizarre varieties of terpenes can also play a career in customizing treatment! Linalool, which can be found in lavender, mint and cinnamon plus cannabis, offers strong relaxing and sedative properties. Patients suffering insomnia, arthritis, depression and seizures have all been impressed with the effects of it. Since I started smoking cannabis flower, I have not had a single seizure. I am hopeful that I have found the ideal way to manage our disorder.