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Hello everyone! My name is Julia , and I am 19 years old. I have been doing some research for a long time, and have kind of given up with doctors, and was just hoping to get some advice from other people. Anyways, I got my first seizure when I was a freshman in high school, and was sent to the hospital. They said everything was fine, and that all the tests they ran came back “We’ve tried it all” AN EMPTY FEELING. With saliva leaking from his mouth, Preston experiences an absent seizure, which looks and feels like it sounds: He stops interacting and stares into

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Hello everyone! My name is Julia , and I am 19 years old. I have been doing some research for a long time, and have kind of given up with doctors, and was just hoping to get some advice from other people. Anyways, I got my first seizure when I was a freshman in high school, and was sent to the hospital. They said everything was fine, and that all the tests they ran came back completely normal, so no medication was needed. The doctor even said if I get another one, to not worry about it. Well fast forward to junior year I got sick with the flu, and was taking various forms of antihistamines (dayquil/nyquil/theraflu). I guess I was taking too much medication, so I ended up having 2 seizures. My mom called 911 and I was sent to the hospital. When they were wheeling me to get an MRI, I had another seizure. So they ended up giving me an IV to stop my seizures. And then they asked my mom if we would like to get me started on some medication. Not knowing any better, we agreed to keppra. And I started out taking 500 mg twice a day. From the very beginning, I began to have mood swings (very angry and upset), fatigued, not able to focus, and weight gain that lead to my depression. Eventually I had enough, even though I didn’t have any seizures while taking keppra, I had asked to switch medication. So they suggested that I try vimpat. Even worse. The first day that I took it, I almost immediately had a seizure. And my mom did not like the idea of me having another one, so we switched back keppra the next day. So eventually I gave up and stayed on keppra for a while. I asked my doctor later on (about a year) if I was able to get off/lower my medication, and he told me no, not until I have been seizure free for like 5 years. But I refused to listen, and demanded to try to get completely off. So I began to lower my medication to 250 mg twice a day instead of 500 mg twice a day. Everything was good, then lowered it to 250 mg once a day. Everything was fine, until I was on my final day of being completely off, and I had a seizure. So my doctors told me that since I was fine on the 250 mg twice a day, to keep me on that amount. So that is what I stayed on, and am currently on. So basically I again, became seizure free for the whole time until one night I went to my friends house, and she had cat that I didn’t know about, and I am very allergic. Not knowing that benadryl was an antihistamine, I had another seizure. Everything was fine, just had one and done. But feel as if I know what the causes of my seizures are- antihistamines (and the vimpat. ), and I strongly believe that I do not need medication. The amount of depression (somewhat caused by weight gain) that I constantly feel is not healthy, and I will do just about anything to get off of pharmaceutical medication. I hear a lot of good things about CBD oil, and how some people are able to get completely off their medication while using CBD when weaning off. I understand that my situation is minor, and that the amount of keppra I take is very low, but I still would like to try to get off medication. And I would not want to try switching/mixing different anti-seizure medication. I was just wondering if anyone has had any luck with CBD oil, or has any advice for me regarding getting completely off of medication, since I haven’t really heard anyone that has a similar situation like me before. Thank you in advance!

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HEY I didn’t want to take
Submitted by just_joe on Mon, 2017-06-05 – 16:37

HEY I didn’t want to take meds either. But it seems that many people HAVE to take them for something they have to live with. Epilepsy is only one of many different ailments that are controlled by medications..Now as to your medication and getting off it. Each person has a threshold for everything that hits them. Seizures are just one issue. So your seizure threshold may be higher then other peoples which is why you need a lower dosage them most people. You got down to 250 once a day. which was good. But you didn’t know that seizure medications build up a therapeutic level in your body. That level is to keep you from having a breakthrough seizure if a dose is laken late or even missed. After the last pill is taken you still have that therapeutic level of that dosage in your body. Which takes about 3 weeks to get completely out of your system. So you need to take the medication as directed and if things go right and you haven’t had a seizure for a few years have your neurologist run a long EEG to see if there are any abnormalities. (spikes, waves, epileptiforn or seizure activity)CBD oil has helped some people and testing is still being done on it. But it is still illegal in some states. Which means getting and using it may be a problem for many people

HEY I didn’t want to take meds either. But it seems that many people HAVE to take them for something they have to live with. Epilepsy is only one of many different ailments that are controlled by medications..Now as to your medication and getting off it. Each person has a threshold for everything that hits them. Seizures are just one issue. So your seizure threshold may be higher then other peoples which is why you need a lower dosage them most people. You got down to 250 once a day. which was good. But you didn’t know that seizure medications build up a therapeutic level in your body. That level is to keep you from having a breakthrough seizure if a dose is laken late or even missed. After the last pill is taken you still have that therapeutic level of that dosage in your body. Which takes about 3 weeks to get completely out of your system. So you need to take the medication as directed and if things go right and you haven’t had a seizure for a few years have your neurologist run a long EEG to see if there are any abnormalities. (spikes, waves, epileptiforn or seizure activity)CBD oil has helped some people and testing is still being done on it. But it is still illegal in some states. Which means getting and using it may be a problem for many people

HEY I didn’t want to take meds either. But it seems that many people HAVE to take them for something they have to live with. Epilepsy is only one of many different ailments that are controlled by medications..Now as to your medication and getting off it. Each person has a threshold for everything that hits them. Seizures are just one issue. So your seizure threshold may be higher then other peoples which is why you need a lower dosage them most people. You got down to 250 once a day. which was good. But you didn’t know that seizure medications build up a therapeutic level in your body. That level is to keep you from having a breakthrough seizure if a dose is laken late or even missed. After the last pill is taken you still have that therapeutic level of that dosage in your body. Which takes about 3 weeks to get completely out of your system. So you need to take the medication as directed and if things go right and you haven’t had a seizure for a few years have your neurologist run a long EEG to see if there are any abnormalities. (spikes, waves, epileptiforn or seizure activity)CBD oil has helped some people and testing is still being done on it. But it is still illegal in some states. Which means getting and using it may be a problem for many people

I have successfully weaned
Submitted by NurseTami on Tue, 2017-06-06 – 01:20

I have successfully weaned myself off lamictal with CBD oil. I have temporal lobe seizures, and I don’t lose consciousness. I use charlottes Webb CBD that has little to no traceable THC (and is legal in all 50 states). My highest dose was 200mg lamictal twice daily. The side effects were unbearable. I would rather have seizures! I slowly lowered my meds as I increased my CBD oil. it was a lot of guess work and trial and error because I had no one to guide me through it. So far, I’m seizure free and taking CBD tincture sublingually morning and night.

I have successfully weaned myself off lamictal with CBD oil. I have temporal lobe seizures, and I don’t lose consciousness. I use charlottes Webb CBD that has little to no traceable THC (and is legal in all 50 states). My highest dose was 200mg lamictal twice daily. The side effects were unbearable. I would rather have seizures! I slowly lowered my meds as I increased my CBD oil. it was a lot of guess work and trial and error because I had no one to guide me through it. So far, I’m seizure free and taking CBD tincture sublingually morning and night.

I have successfully weaned myself off lamictal with CBD oil. I have temporal lobe seizures, and I don’t lose consciousness. I use charlottes Webb CBD that has little to no traceable THC (and is legal in all 50 states). My highest dose was 200mg lamictal twice daily. The side effects were unbearable. I would rather have seizures! I slowly lowered my meds as I increased my CBD oil. it was a lot of guess work and trial and error because I had no one to guide me through it. So far, I’m seizure free and taking CBD tincture sublingually morning and night.

That’s amazing! Thank you so
Submitted by jazandy on Tue, 2017-06-06 – 12:53

That’s amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. Now I don’t feel so alone, and have some hope:) Do you mind if I ask you a couple questions regarding the CBD oil?Does it cause weight gain? Because that is one of the many reasons why I am wanting to stop Keppra. And when I asked one of my many neurologists, he told me that CBD causes weight gain. Is this true?And how long did it take you to completely wean off of your medication? Did you lower the dosing every week or so?

That’s amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. Now I don’t feel so alone, and have some hope:) Do you mind if I ask you a couple questions regarding the CBD oil?Does it cause weight gain? Because that is one of the many reasons why I am wanting to stop Keppra. And when I asked one of my many neurologists, he told me that CBD causes weight gain. Is this true?And how long did it take you to completely wean off of your medication? Did you lower the dosing every week or so?

That’s amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. Now I don’t feel so alone, and have some hope:) Do you mind if I ask you a couple questions regarding the CBD oil?Does it cause weight gain? Because that is one of the many reasons why I am wanting to stop Keppra. And when I asked one of my many neurologists, he told me that CBD causes weight gain. Is this true?And how long did it take you to completely wean off of your medication? Did you lower the dosing every week or so?

CBD has not caused any weight
Submitted by NurseTami on Wed, 2017-06-07 – 20:01

CBD has not caused any weight gain for me so far. The kind I am taking (charlotte’s web) has no traceable THC, so I think that the THC might be the appetite part of things ;). I started weaning myself slowly, dropping my dosage every 2 weeks and simultaneously increasing my CBD tincture. I had absolutely nothing to guide me, so I went really slow and kept really detailed notes on my symptoms (or lack of). The entire weaning off process took about 2 1/2 months.

CBD has not caused any weight gain for me so far. The kind I am taking (charlotte’s web) has no traceable THC, so I think that the THC might be the appetite part of things ;). I started weaning myself slowly, dropping my dosage every 2 weeks and simultaneously increasing my CBD tincture. I had absolutely nothing to guide me, so I went really slow and kept really detailed notes on my symptoms (or lack of). The entire weaning off process took about 2 1/2 months.

CBD has not caused any weight gain for me so far. The kind I am taking (charlotte’s web) has no traceable THC, so I think that the THC might be the appetite part of things ;). I started weaning myself slowly, dropping my dosage every 2 weeks and simultaneously increasing my CBD tincture. I had absolutely nothing to guide me, so I went really slow and kept really detailed notes on my symptoms (or lack of). The entire weaning off process took about 2 1/2 months.

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Submitted by epihelp on Fri, 2017-06-09 – 16:09

please don’t stop seizure meds and go onto cbd oil by yourself.. It sounds like you first need to see an epilepsy specialist and clarify the diagnosis, seizure type, and what medicine is best. There are certainly many other medicines that would work well for you but that depends on type of seizures.Also, while some people report doing well on cbd and one report just came out on a double blind study, many do not do well and it does have side effects and drug interactions. Even if anonymous below said she or he did okay, do not take advice from an anonymous source on the internet, especially not on your health. Please read on the legality of it – it’s not legal in all states and can not be carried across state lines. Learn more by looking at this page- http://cqrcengage.com/efa/medical-cannabisCannabis is a medication and needs to be treated and taken seriously.

please don’t stop seizure meds and go onto cbd oil by yourself.. It sounds like you first need to see an epilepsy specialist and clarify the diagnosis, seizure type, and what medicine is best. There are certainly many other medicines that would work well for you but that depends on type of seizures.Also, while some people report doing well on cbd and one report just came out on a double blind study, many do not do well and it does have side effects and drug interactions. Even if anonymous below said she or he did okay, do not take advice from an anonymous source on the internet, especially not on your health. Please read on the legality of it – it’s not legal in all states and can not be carried across state lines. Learn more by looking at this page- http://cqrcengage.com/efa/medical-cannabisCannabis is a medication and needs to be treated and taken seriously.

please don’t stop seizure meds and go onto cbd oil by yourself.. It sounds like you first need to see an epilepsy specialist and clarify the diagnosis, seizure type, and what medicine is best. There are certainly many other medicines that would work well for you but that depends on type of seizures.Also, while some people report doing well on cbd and one report just came out on a double blind study, many do not do well and it does have side effects and drug interactions. Even if anonymous below said she or he did okay, do not take advice from an anonymous source on the internet, especially not on your health. Please read on the legality of it – it’s not legal in all states and can not be carried across state lines. Learn more by looking at this page- http://cqrcengage.com/efa/medical-cannabisCannabis is a medication and needs to be treated and taken seriously.

Julia, I am glad you shared
Submitted by Marsha Williams on Sat, 2017-08-19 – 13:41

Julia, I am glad you shared this. I am going through the same thing with my down syndrome daughter. Keppra has kept her from having seizures but the hallucinations of seeing people that aren’t there are so disturbing. She constantly See’s people and talks to them and sometimes it gets very emotional for her because they scare her or make her angry and she yells at them. My concern for her getting upset and afraid I contacted the Dr and he prescribed her trileptal, that cause her to have a seizure and the jerks so I stopped that and put her back on Keppra, seizure free again but still seeing people, now I am very confused to what to do because the Dr when I took her back in asked me was I sure she was even having seizures. Now I still have her on Keppra but I’m wondering if I could give her a little CBD oil to calm her down some. Thanks again for sharing.

Julia, I am glad you shared this. I am going through the same thing with my down syndrome daughter. Keppra has kept her from having seizures but the hallucinations of seeing people that aren’t there are so disturbing. She constantly See’s people and talks to them and sometimes it gets very emotional for her because they scare her or make her angry and she yells at them. My concern for her getting upset and afraid I contacted the Dr and he prescribed her trileptal, that cause her to have a seizure and the jerks so I stopped that and put her back on Keppra, seizure free again but still seeing people, now I am very confused to what to do because the Dr when I took her back in asked me was I sure she was even having seizures. Now I still have her on Keppra but I’m wondering if I could give her a little CBD oil to calm her down some. Thanks again for sharing.

Julia, I am glad you shared this. I am going through the same thing with my down syndrome daughter. Keppra has kept her from having seizures but the hallucinations of seeing people that aren’t there are so disturbing. She constantly See’s people and talks to them and sometimes it gets very emotional for her because they scare her or make her angry and she yells at them. My concern for her getting upset and afraid I contacted the Dr and he prescribed her trileptal, that cause her to have a seizure and the jerks so I stopped that and put her back on Keppra, seizure free again but still seeing people, now I am very confused to what to do because the Dr when I took her back in asked me was I sure she was even having seizures. Now I still have her on Keppra but I’m wondering if I could give her a little CBD oil to calm her down some. Thanks again for sharing.

Hey Julia,I’m glad I found
Submitted by beefstrobehnoff on Tue, 2017-12-05 – 09:48

Hey Julia,I’m glad I found your post because this situation applies to me as well! I had my first seizure at 16 and have only had 3 total in my lifetime (none for the last 3-4 years). I started with depakote but that was awful and made me so depressed. I changed to 500mg 2x a day (1000mg total) of IR keppra, but it frustrates me because every doctor I’ve talked to does not even seem willing to discuss the possibility that it may be something else – all MRI’s, EEG’s, and CAT scans have always come back 100% normal. I had severe hypoglycemia as a kid and may have some form of diabetes (never checked unfortunately), and each seizure I had was related to rigorous physical activity without eating. I don’t think that’s the only cause but no one is even willing to consider it – just as you said it’s always “just take the medicine or try something else.” With that being said, I’ve done a lot of research on CBD recently (not that the internet is always the best source of information, I know). It seems to be helpful to many people but I’m afraid to stop taking keppra altogether as I have not had a seizure for years and don’t want to have another one. I truly believe I don’t need the medicine, but the last one I had was a result of me being stupid and saying “I don’t need this!” and stopping cold-turkey (took about 2 weeks for me to have one after that). I hate the side effects of keppra, which makes me feel like a zombie and go through random angry mood swings – I am not that kind of person! I would rather not take any sort of chemical if I don’t have to and would prefer a natural alternative. I recently found a few articles which state that CBD can actually NEGATIVELY interact with AED meds like keppra by blocking or using the same liver enzymes that keppra does. I think the long-term answer for me would be to stop keppra and only take CBD. but that is a terrifying thought.Have you had any luck with this or talked to anyone else who could give you insights on this? I’d love to know! Thanks!

Hey Julia,I’m glad I found your post because this situation applies to me as well! I had my first seizure at 16 and have only had 3 total in my lifetime (none for the last 3-4 years). I started with depakote but that was awful and made me so depressed. I changed to 500mg 2x a day (1000mg total) of IR keppra, but it frustrates me because every doctor I’ve talked to does not even seem willing to discuss the possibility that it may be something else – all MRI’s, EEG’s, and CAT scans have always come back 100% normal. I had severe hypoglycemia as a kid and may have some form of diabetes (never checked unfortunately), and each seizure I had was related to rigorous physical activity without eating. I don’t think that’s the only cause but no one is even willing to consider it – just as you said it’s always “just take the medicine or try something else.” With that being said, I’ve done a lot of research on CBD recently (not that the internet is always the best source of information, I know). It seems to be helpful to many people but I’m afraid to stop taking keppra altogether as I have not had a seizure for years and don’t want to have another one. I truly believe I don’t need the medicine, but the last one I had was a result of me being stupid and saying “I don’t need this!” and stopping cold-turkey (took about 2 weeks for me to have one after that). I hate the side effects of keppra, which makes me feel like a zombie and go through random angry mood swings – I am not that kind of person! I would rather not take any sort of chemical if I don’t have to and would prefer a natural alternative. I recently found a few articles which state that CBD can actually NEGATIVELY interact with AED meds like keppra by blocking or using the same liver enzymes that keppra does. I think the long-term answer for me would be to stop keppra and only take CBD. but that is a terrifying thought.Have you had any luck with this or talked to anyone else who could give you insights on this? I’d love to know! Thanks!

Hey Julia,I’m glad I found your post because this situation applies to me as well! I had my first seizure at 16 and have only had 3 total in my lifetime (none for the last 3-4 years). I started with depakote but that was awful and made me so depressed. I changed to 500mg 2x a day (1000mg total) of IR keppra, but it frustrates me because every doctor I’ve talked to does not even seem willing to discuss the possibility that it may be something else – all MRI’s, EEG’s, and CAT scans have always come back 100% normal. I had severe hypoglycemia as a kid and may have some form of diabetes (never checked unfortunately), and each seizure I had was related to rigorous physical activity without eating. I don’t think that’s the only cause but no one is even willing to consider it – just as you said it’s always “just take the medicine or try something else.” With that being said, I’ve done a lot of research on CBD recently (not that the internet is always the best source of information, I know). It seems to be helpful to many people but I’m afraid to stop taking keppra altogether as I have not had a seizure for years and don’t want to have another one. I truly believe I don’t need the medicine, but the last one I had was a result of me being stupid and saying “I don’t need this!” and stopping cold-turkey (took about 2 weeks for me to have one after that). I hate the side effects of keppra, which makes me feel like a zombie and go through random angry mood swings – I am not that kind of person! I would rather not take any sort of chemical if I don’t have to and would prefer a natural alternative. I recently found a few articles which state that CBD can actually NEGATIVELY interact with AED meds like keppra by blocking or using the same liver enzymes that keppra does. I think the long-term answer for me would be to stop keppra and only take CBD. but that is a terrifying thought.Have you had any luck with this or talked to anyone else who could give you insights on this? I’d love to know! Thanks!

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Submitted by Janet Emery – Adult Onset TLE on Fri, 2018-04-20 – 10:22

Hi Bryan, please see my response to Julia, maybe some of that info. is something you can use. – Thank goodness your tests are normal. Be grateful, the alternatives they find are brain tumors and MS.- Just because your tests are normal doesn’t mean you don’t have epilepsy, it just means they don’t yet know which REGION of the brain they’re coming from. In other words, which type of epilepsy do you have? My tests were normal too (yes!!) but on e showed slowing in my temporal lobe – which matches my symptoms. WHAT TYPE of epilepsy do you have? If that hasn’t been figured out then you may need to work with your doctor or switch doctors til that diagnosis is complete. It is imperative in order to prescribe best treatment options.- Find a doctor who will help you find the med. that works for you. Some of them have mood stabilizers that can help some of the epilepsy brain issues.Best luck!!

Hi Bryan, please see my response to Julia, maybe some of that info. is something you can use. – Thank goodness your tests are normal. Be grateful, the alternatives they find are brain tumors and MS.- Just because your tests are normal doesn’t mean you don’t have epilepsy, it just means they don’t yet know which REGION of the brain they’re coming from. In other words, which type of epilepsy do you have? My tests were normal too (yes!!) but on e showed slowing in my temporal lobe – which matches my symptoms. WHAT TYPE of epilepsy do you have? If that hasn’t been figured out then you may need to work with your doctor or switch doctors til that diagnosis is complete. It is imperative in order to prescribe best treatment options.- Find a doctor who will help you find the med. that works for you. Some of them have mood stabilizers that can help some of the epilepsy brain issues.Best luck!!

Hi Bryan, please see my response to Julia, maybe some of that info. is something you can use. – Thank goodness your tests are normal. Be grateful, the alternatives they find are brain tumors and MS.- Just because your tests are normal doesn’t mean you don’t have epilepsy, it just means they don’t yet know which REGION of the brain they’re coming from. In other words, which type of epilepsy do you have? My tests were normal too (yes!!) but on e showed slowing in my temporal lobe – which matches my symptoms. WHAT TYPE of epilepsy do you have? If that hasn’t been figured out then you may need to work with your doctor or switch doctors til that diagnosis is complete. It is imperative in order to prescribe best treatment options.- Find a doctor who will help you find the med. that works for you. Some of them have mood stabilizers that can help some of the epilepsy brain issues.Best luck!!

Anonynous, you are not alone.
Submitted by wadegrondin on Tue, 2018-05-08 – 01:42

Anonynous, you are not alone. as you can see there are plenty of people going through the same thing. I may be on the wrong site as I have brain cancer and have had seizures in the past. I was looking to switch OFF of Keppra and I am exploring CBD option. I have been taking it for week and it seems to help. I will follow your lead and lower dosage from 500/2 a day, to 750 a day for a couple of weeks then lover to 500/day then perhaps to 250 in a couple more weeks. Thank you for your post, i never considered this option. I also take steroid called Dexamethazone, real small dose 2.5 mg a day but may go every other day just to try it. I will be increasing my CBD as well. CBD is actually legal all over the world. Good Health and God’s Blessings to All.Wade

Anonynous, you are not alone. as you can see there are plenty of people going through the same thing. I may be on the wrong site as I have brain cancer and have had seizures in the past. I was looking to switch OFF of Keppra and I am exploring CBD option. I have been taking it for week and it seems to help. I will follow your lead and lower dosage from 500/2 a day, to 750 a day for a couple of weeks then lover to 500/day then perhaps to 250 in a couple more weeks. Thank you for your post, i never considered this option. I also take steroid called Dexamethazone, real small dose 2.5 mg a day but may go every other day just to try it. I will be increasing my CBD as well. CBD is actually legal all over the world. Good Health and God’s Blessings to All.Wade

Anonynous, you are not alone. as you can see there are plenty of people going through the same thing. I may be on the wrong site as I have brain cancer and have had seizures in the past. I was looking to switch OFF of Keppra and I am exploring CBD option. I have been taking it for week and it seems to help. I will follow your lead and lower dosage from 500/2 a day, to 750 a day for a couple of weeks then lover to 500/day then perhaps to 250 in a couple more weeks. Thank you for your post, i never considered this option. I also take steroid called Dexamethazone, real small dose 2.5 mg a day but may go every other day just to try it. I will be increasing my CBD as well. CBD is actually legal all over the world. Good Health and God’s Blessings to All.Wade

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Hello Karly, I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE! BarbieMartinez.MyCTFOCBD.com

Hello Karly, I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE! BarbieMartinez.MyCTFOCBD.com

I’m doing my research and
Submitted by Barbie Martinez on Fri, 2018-06-29 – 17:14

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and
Submitted by Barbie Martinez on Fri, 2018-06-29 – 17:15

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and
Submitted by Barbie Martinez on Fri, 2018-06-29 – 17:15

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m doing my research and looking through post. Well I happen to sell CBD oil, from CTFO CBD. We have had many good positive reviews, we are here to satisfy our customers, and make quality Products, NOT quantity. We Do NOT use a heating extracting processes, how many do. We do a Co2 extract, we are : Made in the U.S.A, Non-GMO, GMP certified,only use all natural, all organic ingredients. Combination of both Isolate along with the full spectrum. Not all CBD oil is Created EQUAL. 67% in a blind test FAILED, what was on the label was NOT in the bottle. OURS PASSED with flying colors, because WE CARE!

I’m in the same boat with
Submitted by Joyastarr on Thu, 2018-07-12 – 15:57

I’m in the same boat with same frustrations. Did you get off the Keppra and on CBD?

I was also started on Keppra
Submitted by sean1111 on Fri, 2018-07-13 – 11:57

I was also started on Keppra when I was first diagnosed with Epilepsy; I suffered the exact same side effects (e.g. extreme mood swing, weight gain, etc.) and was looking for other options. I switched to Lamotrigine (generic Lamictal) and it has been a game changer. I would suggest trying all of your prescription options before switching to something like CBD. There’s something out there for everyone, it just might take some time to find it.

I was also started on Keppra when I was first diagnosed with Epilepsy; I suffered the exact same side effects (e.g. extreme mood swing, weight gain, etc.) and was looking for other options. I switched to Lamotrigine (generic Lamictal) and it has been a game changer. I would suggest trying all of your prescription options before switching to something like CBD. There’s something out there for everyone, it just might take some time to find it.

I was also started on Keppra when I was first diagnosed with Epilepsy; I suffered the exact same side effects (e.g. extreme mood swing, weight gain, etc.) and was looking for other options. I switched to Lamotrigine (generic Lamictal) and it has been a game changer. I would suggest trying all of your prescription options before switching to something like CBD. There’s something out there for everyone, it just might take some time to find it.

Let me know man how it goes
Submitted by scotty_59af86df3907a on Wed, 2018-07-25 – 13:38

Let me know man how it goes please. I’m on lamictal and depakote and need to try this just don’t know who to buy it from.

Let me know man how it goes please. I’m on lamictal and depakote and need to try this just don’t know who to buy it from.

Let me know man how it goes please. I’m on lamictal and depakote and need to try this just don’t know who to buy it from.

My dad was still having
Submitted by Missmissay on Mon, 2018-08-06 – 17:06

My dad was still having seizures even on anti seizure meds. I got him on CBD oil and he hasn’t had one since. He was having at least one a day. He got them after a few small strokes. They stated that it may have been from a head injury years ago. Without seizure meds he was having seizures bad, over 20 a day at least if not more. The meds worked for three weeks and then he started getting them daily again. He’s been on CBD oil for about two months and hasn’t had a single seizure and he’s back to feeling better and talking normal. It helps him sleep it helps with his heart. It’s crazy how true it is and how simple. I was so worried. It’s worth trying them! I never would have guessed but it completely works.

My dad was still having seizures even on anti seizure meds. I got him on CBD oil and he hasn’t had one since. He was having at least one a day. He got them after a few small strokes. They stated that it may have been from a head injury years ago. Without seizure meds he was having seizures bad, over 20 a day at least if not more. The meds worked for three weeks and then he started getting them daily again. He’s been on CBD oil for about two months and hasn’t had a single seizure and he’s back to feeling better and talking normal. It helps him sleep it helps with his heart. It’s crazy how true it is and how simple. I was so worried. It’s worth trying them! I never would have guessed but it completely works.

My dad was still having seizures even on anti seizure meds. I got him on CBD oil and he hasn’t had one since. He was having at least one a day. He got them after a few small strokes. They stated that it may have been from a head injury years ago. Without seizure meds he was having seizures bad, over 20 a day at least if not more. The meds worked for three weeks and then he started getting them daily again. He’s been on CBD oil for about two months and hasn’t had a single seizure and he’s back to feeling better and talking normal. It helps him sleep it helps with his heart. It’s crazy how true it is and how simple. I was so worried. It’s worth trying them! I never would have guessed but it completely works.

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER
Submitted by wilied on Sun, 2018-09-16 – 12:59

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER
Submitted by wilied on Sun, 2018-09-16 – 13:18

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I HAVE HAD EPILEPSY FOR OVER 40 YEARS. I had stopped taking Keppra 500mg twice a day for 3.5 years. Had no seizure during those times. I had a little depression but anger and temperament;. I just started taking Keppra again. I am about to quit again because I was getting more angry and temperamental and short tempered. While I was off my keppraI try to set a schedule for everything. Ste a schedule for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course some snacks. I cut down salt and mainly SUGAR. Tried to have my meal with a 2-hour window. Sleep time 7 days a week. I set my sleep time the same every day. All these changes I did without Keppra prevented me from having any seizure. It is tough to keep track of your daily sleep and meals. If you can’t find the time to eat then have some nutrition snack on hand or from the store every 2-3 hours. Drinking water is also good. Try to stay away from caffeine drinks and product. If you like hot drinks then dring Green Tea. All these helped me with my seizures, short-tempered and depression. I am researching and waiting for a reply from my neurologist about the use of CBD oil verses Keppra

I am Willied. I was off
Submitted by wilied on Sun, 2018-09-16 – 13:18

I am Willied. I was off Keppra on my own for 2.5 years. As long as I kept my meal and sleep time on the schedule I was seizure free. Late last month I skipped lunch hoping to eat dinner at a party around 7-8pm. The dinner got delayed. Around 8:30 my hands were shaking and I just walked out of the building with a bottle of water to get some fresh air. I was back to normal. I basically fought and took control of my seizure. I just got back to my Keppra. It causes me to be lazy, depressed, restless and more. I have had seizures for epilepsy for 44 years. But I am working full time and fighting it every day. What suggestions do you have on CBD oil? Would it be safe to switch from Keppra 500mg twice a day to CBF oil?

I am Willied. I was off Keppra on my own for 2.5 years. As long as I kept my meal and sleep time on the schedule I was seizure free. Late last month I skipped lunch hoping to eat dinner at a party around 7-8pm. The dinner got delayed. Around 8:30 my hands were shaking and I just walked out of the building with a bottle of water to get some fresh air. I was back to normal. I basically fought and took control of my seizure. I just got back to my Keppra. It causes me to be lazy, depressed, restless and more. I have had seizures for epilepsy for 44 years. But I am working full time and fighting it every day. What suggestions do you have on CBD oil? Would it be safe to switch from Keppra 500mg twice a day to CBF oil?

I am Willied. I was off Keppra on my own for 2.5 years. As long as I kept my meal and sleep time on the schedule I was seizure free. Late last month I skipped lunch hoping to eat dinner at a party around 7-8pm. The dinner got delayed. Around 8:30 my hands were shaking and I just walked out of the building with a bottle of water to get some fresh air. I was back to normal. I basically fought and took control of my seizure. I just got back to my Keppra. It causes me to be lazy, depressed, restless and more. I have had seizures for epilepsy for 44 years. But I am working full time and fighting it every day. What suggestions do you have on CBD oil? Would it be safe to switch from Keppra 500mg twice a day to CBF oil?

My son started having
Submitted by Lben1015 on Tue, 2018-09-18 – 13:00

My son started having seizures at the age of 8 after being diagnosed with epilepsy from a fall on his head. He is now 16 and has been off of all PHARMACEUTICAL MEDICINE for over one year now with very little to no insidents or seizures since. The last medication he was on was KEPPRA and I hated the side effects with a passion. It has been ver,very hard to find good quality CBD OIL at reasonable prices. That is until a friend send me this link http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife And both my son and I use the 750mg peppermint CBD OIL. I use it for my Arthritis inflamación and pain it’s been exactly 5 weeks today since we started using the mydailychoice products. You will not find a better product and as affordable as these products are. And with a 30 day money back guarantee. I am now an affiliate with this company and I couldn’t be prouder of that disition. I will answer any questions you may have, with confidence because I live to help others. Thank you and god bless http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife

My son started having seizures at the age of 8 after being diagnosed with epilepsy from a fall on his head. He is now 16 and has been off of all PHARMACEUTICAL MEDICINE for over one year now with very little to no insidents or seizures since. The last medication he was on was KEPPRA and I hated the side effects with a passion. It has been ver,very hard to find good quality CBD OIL at reasonable prices. That is until a friend send me this link http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife And both my son and I use the 750mg peppermint CBD OIL. I use it for my Arthritis inflamación and pain it’s been exactly 5 weeks today since we started using the mydailychoice products. You will not find a better product and as affordable as these products are. And with a 30 day money back guarantee. I am now an affiliate with this company and I couldn’t be prouder of that disition. I will answer any questions you may have, with confidence because I live to help others. Thank you and god bless http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife

My son started having seizures at the age of 8 after being diagnosed with epilepsy from a fall on his head. He is now 16 and has been off of all PHARMACEUTICAL MEDICINE for over one year now with very little to no insidents or seizures since. The last medication he was on was KEPPRA and I hated the side effects with a passion. It has been ver,very hard to find good quality CBD OIL at reasonable prices. That is until a friend send me this link http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife And both my son and I use the 750mg peppermint CBD OIL. I use it for my Arthritis inflamación and pain it’s been exactly 5 weeks today since we started using the mydailychoice products. You will not find a better product and as affordable as these products are. And with a 30 day money back guarantee. I am now an affiliate with this company and I couldn’t be prouder of that disition. I will answer any questions you may have, with confidence because I live to help others. Thank you and god bless http://www.mydailychoice.com/ourcbdlife

I am an ICU nurse who fell in
Submitted by Showard on Sun, 2018-11-11 – 11:53

I am an ICU nurse who fell in love with the health benefits of CBD/HEMP oil. I use it and many of my family members use it for multiple reasons. As a healcare provider, I encourage you to do your research when it comes to CBD/HEMP oil because what I have learned is that not all Cbd/hemp oils are created equal. These are supplements so they are not regulated by the FDA. The hemp plant is what is called a “sewage plant” meaning that it absorbs any and everything in the soil including toxins and metals. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant so it is important to make sure that you get your CBD/Hemp oil from hemp that is organic, grown in a controlled environment, and then tested for toxins prior to packaging. You also need to make sure that your CBD/Hemp oil is water soluble or else your body is only absorbing a portion of it and the rest is just excreted out of your body. (You want to get what you pay for and not flush your money down the toilet) Most importantly, if you do start taking Cbd/hemp oil DO NOT stop taking your medications without discussing it with your doctor first. Hopefully your doctor will guide you in slowly weaning down your medications and then possibly discontinuing them if it is safe. If you need more information or want to discuss CBD/Hemp oil feel free to contact me at [email protected]

I am an ICU nurse who fell in love with the health benefits of CBD/HEMP oil. I use it and many of my family members use it for multiple reasons. As a healcare provider, I encourage you to do your research when it comes to CBD/HEMP oil because what I have learned is that not all Cbd/hemp oils are created equal. These are supplements so they are not regulated by the FDA. The hemp plant is what is called a “sewage plant” meaning that it absorbs any and everything in the soil including toxins and metals. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant so it is important to make sure that you get your CBD/Hemp oil from hemp that is organic, grown in a controlled environment, and then tested for toxins prior to packaging. You also need to make sure that your CBD/Hemp oil is water soluble or else your body is only absorbing a portion of it and the rest is just excreted out of your body. (You want to get what you pay for and not flush your money down the toilet) Most importantly, if you do start taking Cbd/hemp oil DO NOT stop taking your medications without discussing it with your doctor first. Hopefully your doctor will guide you in slowly weaning down your medications and then possibly discontinuing them if it is safe. If you need more information or want to discuss CBD/Hemp oil feel free to contact me at [email protected]

I am an ICU nurse who fell in love with the health benefits of CBD/HEMP oil. I use it and many of my family members use it for multiple reasons. As a healcare provider, I encourage you to do your research when it comes to CBD/HEMP oil because what I have learned is that not all Cbd/hemp oils are created equal. These are supplements so they are not regulated by the FDA. The hemp plant is what is called a “sewage plant” meaning that it absorbs any and everything in the soil including toxins and metals. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant so it is important to make sure that you get your CBD/Hemp oil from hemp that is organic, grown in a controlled environment, and then tested for toxins prior to packaging. You also need to make sure that your CBD/Hemp oil is water soluble or else your body is only absorbing a portion of it and the rest is just excreted out of your body. (You want to get what you pay for and not flush your money down the toilet) Most importantly, if you do start taking Cbd/hemp oil DO NOT stop taking your medications without discussing it with your doctor first. Hopefully your doctor will guide you in slowly weaning down your medications and then possibly discontinuing them if it is safe. If you need more information or want to discuss CBD/Hemp oil feel free to contact me at [email protected]

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Gloria, my daughter suffers
Submitted by rltipton on Mon, 2018-11-26 – 13:08

Gloria, my daughter suffers from Seisures. What is the brand name of your CBD Oil and how much does it cost??

Gloria, my daughter suffers from Seisures. What is the brand name of your CBD Oil and how much does it cost??

Gloria, my daughter suffers from Seisures. What is the brand name of your CBD Oil and how much does it cost??

My name is Michele, please
Submitted by Kiss_my_kit10 on Mon, 2018-11-26 – 23:55

My name is Michele, please contact me my 18 year old daughter has been having the same identical things happening to her, my email is [email protected] thank you.

My name is Michele, please contact me my 18 year old daughter has been having the same identical things happening to her, my email is [email protected] thank you.

My name is Michele, please contact me my 18 year old daughter has been having the same identical things happening to her, my email is [email protected] thank you.

Dear Julia, I use medical
Submitted by Kevin50 on Wed, 2018-12-12 – 15:00

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

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Submitted by Kevin50 on Wed, 2018-12-12 – 15:20
Dear Julia, I use medical
Submitted by Kevin50 on Wed, 2018-12-12 – 15:20

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

Dear Julia, I use medical marijuana and Keppra to control my seizures. I’m a black belt in martial arts and do some form of physical activity everyday, even if it’s just a walk. I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008. I stopped smoking marijuana (which I loved) in 2002 because of where alcohol and cocaine had left me and misinformation from people addicted to coffee and cigarettes in Narcotics anonymous with other mental issues that had nothing to do with drugs (hypocracy$$$). But I did go back to college thanks to NA & Karate. I’m from the ghetto of the south Bronx nyc and you have to sink or swim here. I never had seizures but my younger brother who was born with Rubenstein Tabi Syndrome had severe Grand Mals that didn’t cease until I became a teen and started smoking cannabis around him. He loved it. I’m talking the 80’s when cannabis was treated by the police like crack!! Thank God I can look back & laugh now. I later found that Epilepsy is common in my unconnected family that talks about once every ten years. Thank you slave segrageted South Carolina. Anyhow, I got “self rightouse holier than thou” and put down everything including cannabis. life was and is great!! But then the stressful headaches and seizures started 7-8 years later. Wife and children gone, job gone, mom died, and my little brother who was dying because of complications from a condition he was born with and nursing home abuse from perverted “Medical Pracitioners”, was now my responsibility. Life is funny like that. I laugh to keep from having a seizure. My advise to you Julia is to strap up and strap on. Everyone’s life is different and you have to do what works for you. I found through trial and error that I can get by with 500 mg of Keppra twice daily if I can smoke cannabis without others becoming offended. Me personally, I don’t give 2 cents when it comes down to social exceptability or my life. But I try to respect others because I remember when I was on my NA BS, everyone who smoked cannabis was beneath me in my crazy world. I went back to college and it was the kids that taught me that cannabis stops seizures. I worked on my computer skills and did my own research. Knowledge is Power!! The rest is history! Today I’m seizure free for the most part, my car is parked, my bills are paid and I now work at that college library and because of the Information Age we now live in, my coworkers understand, accept, and love me for who I am without passing judgement. Long as I can do my job. Like I was saying, I can take one 500 mg tablet in the morn and one b4 bed with some cannabis, and a nutritious diet, and go seizure free but because I’m an athlete and push my body hard sometimes, I now take 1000 mg of Keppra in the morn and the same at night along with cannabis. I tried lowering and eventually stopping Keppra to self medicate with cannabis but as soon as the stress of a cop stopping me again in the hood triggered a seizure, I went back to Keppra. I’m not suggesting that you do what I did but I am saying that you have to find and do what works for you. Not even the Epilepsy Foundation or these “Nuerologist” with all these degrees know enough about epilepsy yet. A disease which predates theBible and in which cannabis is prescribed on several occasions but Drs ignore. For me, java and a joint with Keppra and breakfast and for dinner, brown rice, turmeric curry rosemary chicken or goat, plenty of broccoli, okra, corn, beans etc a joint, and plent of water excercise and rest. Meditation as well also helps. It works for me but I had to dig and search inside of me, not google for that one. Good Luck Julia. I’ll be praying for you. #seizure free #read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s work when you have time. He was a famous Russian writer that battled with epilepsy in Europe in the 1800’s b4 meds. Like Van Gogh, he expresses his life with epilepsy through his work/art. They had to find their own answers too and I now believe this led them to their Greatness!! I use to look at my Epilepsy as curse but now see it as a blessing. 50 and life is freaking great!!

God put Rastafarians in my
Submitted by Kevin50 on Wed, 2018-12-12 – 16:11

God put Rastafarians in my life early long b4 Epilepsy came into my life, I now believe to prepare me for living as an epileptic years later. They taught me indirectly about cannabis, diet, turmeric/curry, thyme, garlic, & rosemary. All of which I later learned deter seizures. I always wondered why I never saw a Rasta Man having a seizure. I think I now know why, because of this ancient African secret.

God put Rastafarians in my life early long b4 Epilepsy came into my life, I now believe to prepare me for living as an epileptic years later. They taught me indirectly about cannabis, diet, turmeric/curry, thyme, garlic, & rosemary. All of which I later learned deter seizures. I always wondered why I never saw a Rasta Man having a seizure. I think I now know why, because of this ancient African secret.

God put Rastafarians in my life early long b4 Epilepsy came into my life, I now believe to prepare me for living as an epileptic years later. They taught me indirectly about cannabis, diet, turmeric/curry, thyme, garlic, & rosemary. All of which I later learned deter seizures. I always wondered why I never saw a Rasta Man having a seizure. I think I now know why, because of this ancient African secret.

I am also on Keppra right now
Submitted by jjiskra on Wed, 2019-01-02 – 14:47

I am also on Keppra right now.. not looking to get off completely but just lower the dosage because of the side effects. What kind of CBD oil do you use? Any advice while looking for cbd oil?Thanks in advance!

I am also on Keppra right now.. not looking to get off completely but just lower the dosage because of the side effects. What kind of CBD oil do you use? Any advice while looking for cbd oil?Thanks in advance!

I am also on Keppra right now.. not looking to get off completely but just lower the dosage because of the side effects. What kind of CBD oil do you use? Any advice while looking for cbd oil?Thanks in advance!

Hi Bethani, If you are still
Submitted by ReshayJ on Thu, 2019-01-03 – 14:02

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Hi Bethani, If you are still looking for a good place to buy hemp oil I can help you. I work with an all natural bioscience company that has a full line of CBD/Hemp Oil products including full spectrum CBD/Hemp Oil that is water soluble and our extraction process is FDA approved. We receive so many testimonies on how our CBD/Hemp oil has helped changed so many lives. Helping people to live life on their own terms. My grandmother has epilepsy and she has started using our oil because she wants to slowly start reducing meds similar to Peggy and what she mentioned. You can send me an email [email protected] to learn more about purchasing CBD/Hemp oil and about the oil within itself.

Hi Bethani, If you are still looking for a good place to buy hemp oil I can help you. I work with an all natural bioscience company that has a full line of CBD/Hemp Oil products including full spectrum CBD/Hemp Oil that is water soluble and our extraction process is FDA approved. We receive so many testimonies on how our CBD/Hemp oil has helped changed so many lives. Helping people to live life on their own terms. My grandmother has epilepsy and she has started using our oil because she wants to slowly start reducing meds similar to Peggy and what she mentioned. You can send me an email [email protected] to learn more about purchasing CBD/Hemp oil and about the oil within itself.

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Submitted by ReshayJ on Thu, 2019-01-03 – 14:05

Hi Bethani, If you are still looking for a good place to buy hemp oil I can help you. I work with an all natural bioscience company that has a full line of CBD/Hemp Oil products including full spectrum CBD/Hemp Oil that is water soluble and our extraction process is FDA approved. We receive so many testimonies on how our CBD/Hemp oil has helped changed so many lives. Helping people to live life on their own terms. My grandmother has epilepsy and she has started using our oil because she wants to slowly start reducing meds similar to Peggy and what she mentioned. You can send me an email [email protected] to learn more about purchasing CBD/Hemp oil and about the oil within itself.

Hi Bethani, If you are still looking for a good place to buy hemp oil I can help you. I work with an all natural bioscience company that has a full line of CBD/Hemp Oil products including full spectrum CBD/Hemp Oil that is water soluble and our extraction process is FDA approved. We receive so many testimonies on how our CBD/Hemp oil has helped changed so many lives. Helping people to live life on their own terms. My grandmother has epilepsy and she has started using our oil because she wants to slowly start reducing meds similar to Peggy and what she mentioned. You can send me an email [email protected] to learn more about purchasing CBD/Hemp oil and about the oil within itself.

Hi Bethani, If you are still looking for a good place to buy hemp oil I can help you. I work with an all natural bioscience company that has a full line of CBD/Hemp Oil products including full spectrum CBD/Hemp Oil that is water soluble and our extraction process is FDA approved. We receive so many testimonies on how our CBD/Hemp oil has helped changed so many lives. Helping people to live life on their own terms. My grandmother has epilepsy and she has started using our oil because she wants to slowly start reducing meds similar to Peggy and what she mentioned. You can send me an email [email protected] to learn more about purchasing CBD/Hemp oil and about the oil within itself.

This is so good to hear that
Submitted by ReshayJ on Thu, 2019-01-03 – 14:05

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I am a 46 year old mother of
Submitted by [email protected] on Fri, 2019-01-11 – 07:41

I am a 46 year old mother of six. Just after Thanksgiving in 2011, I was 14 weeks pregnant with my last child and had my first seizure during my sleep. I have only had a handful of seizures over the past 7 years. I started out with 500 mg twice a day of Keppra/generic brand of Keppra. I did the normal tests, sleep study, EEG, even mri i think. I had another seizure and medication was increased to 1000 mg twice a day. I began being angry, easily irritated, severely depressed, anxiety (severe at times) even suicidal thoughts. I lost my job in October 2016 due to my attendance issues. With the depression and anxiety, i didn’t want to get out of bed, not even to work. I recently lowered my own dosage without medical advice. Yes, very bad idea. I have only been taking a morning dosage of 1000mg of the genetic Keppra. I know the depression and anxiety are still there but not anywhere near what i was feeling. When i was taking the 2000 mg daily, I REALLY wanted to die. I never acted on it because I love my children. I don’t know where the willpower came from to not act on it came from. By the grace of God, I’m still here in 2019. I, myself, am going to look into CBD oil. Best of luck with finding what works for you.

I am a 46 year old mother of six. Just after Thanksgiving in 2011, I was 14 weeks pregnant with my last child and had my first seizure during my sleep. I have only had a handful of seizures over the past 7 years. I started out with 500 mg twice a day of Keppra/generic brand of Keppra. I did the normal tests, sleep study, EEG, even mri i think. I had another seizure and medication was increased to 1000 mg twice a day. I began being angry, easily irritated, severely depressed, anxiety (severe at times) even suicidal thoughts. I lost my job in October 2016 due to my attendance issues. With the depression and anxiety, i didn’t want to get out of bed, not even to work. I recently lowered my own dosage without medical advice. Yes, very bad idea. I have only been taking a morning dosage of 1000mg of the genetic Keppra. I know the depression and anxiety are still there but not anywhere near what i was feeling. When i was taking the 2000 mg daily, I REALLY wanted to die. I never acted on it because I love my children. I don’t know where the willpower came from to not act on it came from. By the grace of God, I’m still here in 2019. I, myself, am going to look into CBD oil. Best of luck with finding what works for you.

I am a 46 year old mother of six. Just after Thanksgiving in 2011, I was 14 weeks pregnant with my last child and had my first seizure during my sleep. I have only had a handful of seizures over the past 7 years. I started out with 500 mg twice a day of Keppra/generic brand of Keppra. I did the normal tests, sleep study, EEG, even mri i think. I had another seizure and medication was increased to 1000 mg twice a day. I began being angry, easily irritated, severely depressed, anxiety (severe at times) even suicidal thoughts. I lost my job in October 2016 due to my attendance issues. With the depression and anxiety, i didn’t want to get out of bed, not even to work. I recently lowered my own dosage without medical advice. Yes, very bad idea. I have only been taking a morning dosage of 1000mg of the genetic Keppra. I know the depression and anxiety are still there but not anywhere near what i was feeling. When i was taking the 2000 mg daily, I REALLY wanted to die. I never acted on it because I love my children. I don’t know where the willpower came from to not act on it came from. By the grace of God, I’m still here in 2019. I, myself, am going to look into CBD oil. Best of luck with finding what works for you.

Dear JulisI am 38 and I was
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Dear JulisI am 38 and I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2004. They started me off taking dilantin 100mg twice a day. I still was having seizures every week. Then they switched me to levetiracetam 250 mg twice a day. It worked for a couple of months then it stopped working completely. Then they switched it to 750mg levetiracetam twice a day. It worked for years and then it stopped. Now they got me on 750mg levetiracetam twice a day and lamotrigine 500mg twice a day. I’m going on two years seizure free. I do have anger and sleep problems. Also I have 10mg of diastat 10mg just incase.

Dear JulisI am 38 and I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2004. They started me off taking dilantin 100mg twice a day. I still was having seizures every week. Then they switched me to levetiracetam 250 mg twice a day. It worked for a couple of months then it stopped working completely. Then they switched it to 750mg levetiracetam twice a day. It worked for years and then it stopped. Now they got me on 750mg levetiracetam twice a day and lamotrigine 500mg twice a day. I’m going on two years seizure free. I do have anger and sleep problems. Also I have 10mg of diastat 10mg just incase.

Dear JulisI am 38 and I was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2004. They started me off taking dilantin 100mg twice a day. I still was having seizures every week. Then they switched me to levetiracetam 250 mg twice a day. It worked for a couple of months then it stopped working completely. Then they switched it to 750mg levetiracetam twice a day. It worked for years and then it stopped. Now they got me on 750mg levetiracetam twice a day and lamotrigine 500mg twice a day. I’m going on two years seizure free. I do have anger and sleep problems. Also I have 10mg of diastat 10mg just incase.

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“We’ve tried it all”

AN EMPTY FEELING. With saliva leaking from his mouth, Preston experiences an absent seizure, which looks and feels like it sounds: He stops interacting and stares into nothing.

Inside Children’s Hospital Colorado, Ana Watson stares across the small exam room at the woman in a white lab coat quizzing her. Banzel? “Tried it,” Ana says. Keppra? “Is that the one that causes the rash?” Ana asks. “Keppra often causes behavioral issues,” the doctor responds. “Yes, that’s what we got with that,” Ana says. The doctor continues down the list of anti-epilepsy medications, collecting the medical history of Ana’s 12-year-old son, Preston, whose seizures cause such unrelenting brain damage that he functions at the level of a 2-year-old. The doctor ticks through 13 medicines, but Preston already has tried each one, to little effect.

That’s why Ana moved her family across the country to Colorado, where Preston could try a treatment that’s not on the doctor’s list. Three days before the doctor’s appointment in mid-July, Ana gave Preston his first dose of an unregulated medical marijuana extract that is high in a compound called CBD. Hundreds of families like Ana’s have moved to Colorado for the treatment, hoping it will calm their children’s seizures.

A desperate hope and well-publicized stories about kids who have responded to the drug drive the families here, despite scant research on CBD’s overall efficacy. Scientists know so little about the treatment that it’s not even clear what CBD might do in the brain to impact seizures.

So, the entire day after that first dose, Ana watched Preston like a poker player looking for a tell.

Preston yawned. Did that mean the marijuana made him sleepy? Preston ate. Did the extract make him hungry? Preston didn’t seem to seize as often.

Then the next day, Preston suffered a grand mal seizure that left him writhing violently. He had another one the day after that. Getting him to eat or drink had become nearly impossible, and that meant he wasn’t getting consistent doses of either the CBD treatment or his traditional medications, both of which Ana tried to hide in Preston’s food or sweet tea.

So now Ana is sitting in the hospital whose doctors have been the most outspoken in Colorado in urging parents not to use marijuana to control seizures — it’s too risky, they say; there are too many unknowns — and she is hoping for advice on what to do.

Ketogenic diet, the doctor asks?

“Basically, we’ve tried it all,” Ana says. “That’s why we moved here for CBD. His doctors said we can’t go up in his meds anymore, and we were at a stopping point.”

The doctor looks at her list. She looks sympathetically at Ana.

“Have you tried Stiripentol?”

“Yes,” Ana sighs, “we’ve tried everything.”

No recommendations

The CBD rush to Colorado is a movement that divides patients from doctors.

Even as families flock to the state, few doctors here condone the use of marijuana to treat seizures. And that means the very people on whom families depend for medical advice are often silent when it comes to critical questions about the new treatment.

The state health department, which manages the patient registry that all children using medical marijuana must join, offers almost no guidance.

“What I always tell people is you have to be really careful,” said Dr. Larry Wolk, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. “They have to know that it’s outside of the regulatory process, outside of the (Food and Drug Administration), and it’s very much ‘Buyer beware.’ “

Many of the families arriving in the state for medical marijuana — as well as those already living here — seek out the care of specialists at Children’s Hospital Colorado. About 100 kids who see doctors at the hospital have tried a CBD treatment.

But no doctor at Children’s recommends using cannabis or gives more than cautious advice about it.

“We don’t make recommendations about the marijuana therapy because we don’t have the information to do that,” said Dr. Amy Brooks-Kayal, the head of pediatric neurology at Children’s. “We feel very strongly that we need to act on good medical and scientific evidence, and that doesn’t exist.”

A national survey of doctors by the American Epilepsy Society found that while 94 percent said they have been asked by a patient about using cannabis to control seizures, fewer than a third would actually recommend that patients try it. Another 13 percent said they would support its use but would rather have another doctor provide the recommendation needed to obtain it.

“For the doctor to know what they need to know about an illegal drug is a very high expectation,” said Dr. Jacqueline French, an epilepsy specialist at New York University’s Langone Medical Center. She said CBD is “driving the conversation” many doctors now have with their patients.

The result of that one-sided conversation, though, is that parents who give CBD to their children must turn to one another and their medical marijuana providers for help. Facebook has become a crowd-sourced doctor’s office. Colorado’s sometimes ragtag community of medical marijuana growers acts as a de facto human services agency.

By not engaging more with providers, doctors often lack an understanding of the types of marijuana products their patients are using and are unaware of the sometimes contradictory advice their patients receive.

For instance, CBD providers commonly tell newly arrived parents that they should reduce the level of an anti-seizure drug called Onfi before starting CBD because the two could have a dangerous interaction. Parents often reduce the medicine without consulting their doctors. Doctors at Children’s, though, say they haven’t seen conclusive evidence that CBD has an impact on Onfi levels. Meager research makes it impossible to know who is right.

Some physicians are now stepping forward to work with providers on clinical trials for CBD, and doctors at Children’s have begun recording more specific details of the CBD products their patients are using — who is providing the medical marijuana and how much the child is taking, for instance. But the broader dynamic still hinders the study of CBD’s effectiveness. And that only increases the uncertainty that hangs over families such as Ana’s in their Colorado exile.

Leaving Children’s after the first visit, Ana still has questions about CBD. But doctors there have set up several new appointments to address other aspects of Preston’s care. He soon will have a feeding tube inserted into his stomach, allowing Ana to give him food and medicine consistently. She’ll take him to get fitted for a new helmet to protect him in falls.

A plan is taking shape.

“I thought it went really well,” she says.

Parents hope to see progress

Two days later, they’re back again. A blue line squiggles furiously up and down on a computer screen.

Preston is talking.

“Silly mommy,” he says to Ana, as she snuggles into a single hospital bed with him.

“Silly Preston,” she says back.

He leans in to give her a kiss on the cheek. A maroon line on the computer screen jumps to life.

A bundle of 21 multicolored electrical wires poke from the top of a wrapping on Preston’s head, running off the bed and to the computer. Every gesture, every word, every eye blink shows up as activity on the screen, where blue, maroon and green lines measure Preston’s brain activity. It is one answer to the question that has vexed Ana for the past 12 years: What is happening inside her son’s head?

But, even now, the seizures from a rare form of epilepsy known as Dravet syndrome remain a mystery. Some little eye-flutter seizures cause leaping spikes on the screen. Some seem to skip by without a change in the pattern. So chaotic is Preston’s brain that, looking later at the electroencephalogram, or EEG, doctors will have a hard time telling from the readings when he was awake and when he was asleep, when he was seizing and when he was still.

At the end of their first visit, Dr. Kelly Knupp, Preston’s new neurologist at Children’s, suggested the EEG so that the hospital could have some starting record of Preston’s brain activity. The timing worked; Preston was already in the hospital, after the feeding tube surgery the day before.

But, to get a true starting level, the EEG meant Ana would need to take Preston off CBD temporarily. She had spent seven months planning how to get to Colorado for the treatment. She was pausing it after five days.

“The point of this is to get a baseline,” Knupp had told Ana, “so that after you’re on CBD, you can have a baseline to look at.”

While doctors at Children’s don’t exactly want their patients on CBD, they are eager to find out what it’s doing. Knupp told Ana that doctors at the hospital now recommend all patients have both an EEG and a bloodwork exam prior to starting CBD. They would like to run follow-up tests every three or four months.

The results from the first batch of CBD kids tested made their way into a study that Knupp and two other doctors will present this week at the American Epilepsy Society conference in Seattle. Of the 58 children tested, 31 percent saw their seizures reduce by half, the study found. About 50 percent of the patients saw at least some seizure reduction.

But the results were ultimately even less conclusive.

The doctors relied on parents to report how much CBD reduced seizures. And that opened the door for the study’s two most intriguing findings.

The hospital didn’t see any improvement in the before-and-after EEGs of four kids whose seizures appeared to lessen significantly. That may have been due to something called “electroclinical dissociation,” where the seizure still occurs but its outward indicators disappear. It also might be that parents can pick up on smaller improvements than an EEG can, said Dr. Kevin Chapman, a pediatric neurologist at Children’s who was a co-author on the study.

But the study also calls into question parents’ ability to be objective. The doctors found that parents who had moved to Colorado for medical marijuana were much more likely to report that it had helped their children significantly than those who were already living in Colorado — 52 percent compared with 17 percent. In other words, the greater the leap of hope it took to try CBD, the more likely a parent was to see progress.

“We worry about all the stresses that families had to go through to start the treatment,” Chapman said. “That desire for it to be effective may cloud their recognition of seizures.”

Supporters of the CBD treatment say Children’s sample was skewed because the hospital might not be seeing the kids doing best on medical marijuana. State health officials have recommended that Children’s receive nearly $1 million in grants for further research.

Even if the treatment is successful, though, no one knows what will happen if kids who have seized their whole lives suddenly stop. Do they develop normally? Or does their underlying condition continue to inhibit their growth?

Including the new Children’s study, the nine studies or surveys looking at whether CBD controls seizures in humans form a scientific crazy quilt.

They look at different forms of epilepsy, different kinds of seizures and different measurements of success. At least five types of CBD-rich marijuana therapies are represented in the studies.

The results swing wildly: The studies show 30 percent to 80 percent of children seeing a significant seizure reduction while on CBD. And now even some doctors involved in the research question the findings.

Dr. Edward Maa, an epilepsy specialist at Denver Health Medical Center, worked with the most famous CBD provider in Colorado, the Realm of Caring, and a Colorado Springs medical marijuana doctor on a patient survey — one of the earliest studies on the efficacy of CBD in the state. The study found that nine of the 11 families surveyed saw at least a 75 percent reduction in seizures. It was an overwhelming success rate.

But now Maa wonders whether families who tried CBD with little success quit using the treatment before they could be included in the study. The Realm of Caring says only one patient had stopped using CBD at the time the survey was conducted. Maa is working on a genetic study trying to determine why some kids respond to CBD and some don’t.

“The vast majority of people, if they were going to respond, had a dramatic reduction of seizures,” Maa said. “That doesn’t represent the larger, global number of people who had exposure to it. We don’t know those true numbers yet.”

“Uncontrolled experiment”

A faint smell of cow manure wafts in the breeze as Ana pulls her minivan up to a house in eastern Boulder County.

In the five weeks since Preston left the hospital, Ana has restarted him on CBD — now shooting it efficiently into his feeding tube. Preston went the first two weeks without suffering a grand mal, but his blinky seizures remained.

“But they don’t seem to me to be as long,” Ana said.

The CBD oil she was using then was a roughly 35:1 mixture of CBD to THC. But Ana, concerned that she wasn’t using the best formulation, sought out the opinion of a Denver doctor who specializes in making medical marijuana recommendations. The doctor, Alan Shackelford, suggested Ana try a mix with more THC.

“In a way,” he told Ana, “it’s an uncontrolled experiment. Which I don’t necessarily like. But we are pressed into this circumstance.”

So Ana visited her CBD provider, who gave her oil at a 10:1 ratio of CBD to THC, and the next day she watched as her son ate better than he had in months: a plate of fried okra, a plate of potato chips smothered in barbecue sauce, a stick of string cheese, a Frosty and, most surprising of all, tuna salad with crackers.

Preston’s grandmother, Milly, thought he had the munchies.

“But you have to be careful that you’re not making things in your brain,” she said. “We’re all watching him and his behavior.”

While Preston played later in the backyard August sunshine, his eyes seemed to roar.

The toy was a Slip ‘N Slide, on which he and his sister, Sydney, were supposed to be shooting across the tarp and under an inflatable shark’s mouth that held a spraying hose. Instead, Preston grabbed the hose and became the shark.

His hunting spared no one. He drenched Milly. Sydney escaped back inside, water dripping down her hair. And Preston laughed with such big gulps of air that it sounded as if his own joy might strangle him. Until, suddenly, his laughter stopped.

Preston’s legs folded under him, and he crashed hard to the ground. Milly burst from her chair and ran over to him, reaching him in time to see his eyes roll toward his brows. And then, lying there in the grass he had soaked, Preston began to shake violently.

“It’s OK,” Milly whispered into his ear, trying to talk him out of the seizure. “It’s OK.”

Milly gathered Preston and sat him on her lap in a chair. He breathed heavily, wheezing in and huffing out. His eyes were shut.

“It’s OK,” Milly whispered again. “It’s OK.”

The shaking calmed.

“We pushed that too far, didn’t we?”

Preston’s breaths grew quieter.

“You were being a big, mean shark. It’s OK.”

His muscles relaxed.

“It was fun, though, wasn’t it, Preston?”

A roller coaster

The seizure — the second grand mal in a week — flustered Ana. And that’s why she finds herself back at the house in eastern Boulder County. Jason Cranford meets her on the porch.

Although he owns a medical marijuana store and several licensed cultivation warehouses, Cranford provides CBD to young patients out of his home under the state’s less-stringent regulations for medical marijuana caregivers. He says it keeps the cost down for patients and creates a more personal atmosphere.

After he harvests his marijuana plants, he hangs them over the arms of a weight bench in his front room, ready to be trimmed. He extracts the oil in a lab he assembled in his garage. When families arrive, his German shepherd is there to greet them.

Soon, Jason hands Ana new bottles of cannabis oil. This time, he’s giving her one bottle of high-CBD oil and another bottle containing high-THC.

Now she can make any ratio she wants, Jason says. It’s the third formulation change since Preston started the oil six weeks ago.

She asks about the amount she’s giving. “Should I up it?”

“Are you seeing any results?” Jason asks.

Ana’s reply is quiet.

“Then you need to up it,” Jason says.

In the next week, blinky seizures will overwhelm Preston each afternoon. A week after that, Ana will write on Facebook, “Preston started a new ratio oil yesterday higher THC, today only being on it for the second day we saw 70-80 percent seizure reduction. BAM. Bite that seizures. ” And then a week after that, Preston will have three grand mals in a day. A roller coaster, Ana will call it.

But for now, she walks back to her minivan and returns home to try again.

She’s learning that when it comes to Preston’s treatment, traditional medicine and marijuana have at least this much in common: There are still far more questions than answers.

John Ingold: 303-954-1068, [email protected] or twitter.com/johningold

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