Charlotte Figi was first convulsed when she was three months old, in 2006. Examination with MRI, EEG, and blood or spinal tap or spinal tap tissue did not find any discrepancies. All under normal circumstances. However, this situation lasted until Charlie, nicknamed Charlotte Figi, was five years old. Within a week he had 300 seizures.
Doctors conclude Charlie suffers from Dravet Syndrome or Dravet’s syndrome, also known as myoclonic epilepsy in infants or SMEI. Dravet syndrome is a difficult and rare type of epilepsy, cannot be controlled with treatment.
At the age of five, and not progressing with medical treatment, Charlie’s parents decided to try treatment with cannabis. This is done after a lot of searches through the internet that shows evidence that marijuana can help people with epilepsy.
It turned out that the results were unexpected. A few drops of marijuana oil mixed into Charlie’s diet made his seizures diminish day by day. Currently, Charlie who is already in elementary school can really do activities like other normal kids.
It is the Stanley brothers who developed the Cannabis oil strain, precisely the CBD oil or cannabidiol in 2012 to aid Charlie’s treatment. Then named their product with Charlotte’s Web. …