It breaks our heart to see our wifey struggle with epilepsy.
She was diagnosed as a child, but it didn’t get disappointing until she hit her 20s.
She says that seizures were rare when she was young. As they got worse, she was prescribed tranquilizers quarterly to combat the neurological reaction going on in her brain. Anyone who has taken these medications knows exactly how taxing it is to function physically and mentally while your body is given tranquilizers every single day. She barely finished college and struggled with every task she took after undergraduate college ended. When both of us met, she was in a period of transition. She was slowly getting off her prescription medications and was looking for unusual forms of treatment for her epilepsy. One of her friends told her to study about cannabis and its application with epilepsy, especially with the children afflicted with serious cases. Some of them have lived modern lives after struggling with quarterly seizures and medication that wasn’t working. In several cases high THC cannabis concentrates are used to reverse the effects of a seizure on the human brain, but in some applications a CBD extract is sufficient. What works best for each patient is determined by their medical history, genetics, and brain physiology. My wifey uses a high THC concentrate pen herself, which is a battery with a cannabis vaporizer cartridge linked. She can leave it in her wallet for emergency USAge wherever she is going. I suppose that she feels safer when she has a cannabis vaporizer pen with her at all times.