CBD oil is believed to help a wide range of ailments but epilepsy is the only disease that has an FDA-approved treatment containing CBD. The CBD-containing epilepsy medication Epidiolex was approved by the FDA for the treatment of seizures associated with two forms of epilepsy. Although this medication is only used for Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome and Dravet Syndrome, the approval of this treatment is encouraging news for epilepsy sufferers who want to try CBD oil to help control epilepsy seizures. In the U.K. the government approved some cannabis-derived products for medical use for people with a number of ailments including epilepsy. Although research is ongoing CBD oil is a safe, natural and non-addictive product which many believe can give relief to epilepsy sufferers.
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- Can CBD Oil Make Seizures Worse?
- Does CBD Oil Work for Adults with Epilepsy?
- Can you Take CBD Oil if you have Epilepsy?