A new study reveals CBD oil significantly improves seizure frequency and other symptoms in people with treatment resistant epilepsy.
— Read on neurosciencenews.com/cbd-oil-epilepsy-9688/
This is with intractable epilepsy, not bipolar disorder (BPD). Perhaps someday we’ll find something “natural” that works well for depression, anxiety and BPD as well. I’m hoping!
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I hope so too!!!!!! XOXOXOX
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This sounds promising. I want to say though that “natural” does not always mean safer. In general, CBD oil (and medical marijuana) are used for epilepsy only when conventional anticonvulsants don’t work. I understand CBD oil in particular may be appealing, but it still has risks.
Agree totally, in fact it’s not indicated for bipolar and definitely not for schizophrenia! In fact, see this post I posted a few days ago: https://bipolar1blog.com/2018/08/08/cannabis-and-bipolar-disorder/