These Parents Gave Their Young Daughter Marijuana, And Here’s Why It’s Helping Her

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Medical pot is now authorised in 25 states and a District of Columbia, with some-more and some-more people noticing a health advantages of cannabis any year.

Even as a transformation grows, some still feel it’s inapt to provide children with a drug. CNN reports that, in Colorado’s medical pot program, a normal studious is 42 years old, and there are usually 39 patients in a module that are underneath 18.

Despite apprehension, there is justification that in impassioned cases cannabis can be useful to provide children.

Charlotte Figi, now 10 years old, has Dravet syndrome, a rare, serious form of epilepsy. At one point, she was experiencing 300 seizures per week like a one in this video.

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Charlotte’s relatives attempted all to soothe her of her seizures, though zero worked. Then they saw a video online of a child who had been treated with marijuana.

Charlotte's relatives attempted all to soothe her of her seizures, though zero worked. Then they saw a video online of a child who had been treated with marijuana. em/em

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Charlotte had mislaid a ability to eat, walk, and talk, so her family and doctors motionless to try a pot oil with low THC and high CBC. THC causes psychoactivity (what creates people feel “high”), while CBC carries medicinal properties.

Charlotte had mislaid a ability to eat, walk, and talk, so her family and doctors motionless to try a pot oil with low THC and high CBC. THC causes psychoactivity (what creates people feel high), while CBC carries medicinal properties.

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And it worked! Charlotte’s seizures didn’t only turn infrequent, they stopped completely. Here’s what Charlotte looks like today.

And it worked! Charlotte's seizures didn't only turn infrequent, they emstopped completely/em. Here's what Charlotte looks like today.

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The aria of pot used to provide her is now called Charlotte’s Web. Her father, Matt, said, “I wish to roar it from a rooftops. we wish other people, other parents, to know that this is a viable option.”