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Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy Saved by Marijuana View Count: 800
Summary: Six year old girl named Charlotte has been using marijuana to quiet her pediatric epilepsy which has more than 400 seizures per week. A type of marijuana that does not come with the regular properties has helped Charlotte remove herself from using any pharmaceutical drugs.
In the state of Colorado, recreational marijuana is legal. This is a very big deal for residents and visitors. But, it is an even bigger deal for a cute little six-year-old girl named Charlotte.
Charlotte suffers from pediatric epilepsy and has more than 400 seizures per week. 400 seizures per WEEK. Charlotte has been using marijuana to quiet her pediatric epilepsy. It is a type of marijuana that does not come with the regular properties of getting stoned if you are wondering.
We have embedded a video of more than 18 minutes in this post that is all about Charlotte and other children who are being cured of diseases due to marijuana. This is a heartwarming, heartbreaking and uplifting video all in one.
At just three months old, Charlotte was diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome. Her seizures would occur every 20 to 25 minutes and last anywhere from 15 to 25 minutes. She has been resuscitated twice by her mother via CPR.
More than 40 pediatric patients are being treated in Colorado for diseases much like the one Charlotte suffers from.
The very first treatment of cannabis given to Charlotte dropped her seizures from one every 20 to 25 minutes to zero to one per week. The treatment also helped Charlotte remove herself from using any pharmaceutical drugs to help her condition.Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy Saved by Marijuana by Jim Vassallo
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