Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine researchers, in collaboration with the Realm of Caring Foundation, have gathered participant-reported data that found CBD may reduce the adverse effects associated with anti-seizure medications and improve quality of life for those with epilepsy.

The US observational study was aimed at collecting participant-reported data to better understand the impact CBD products may have on people with epilepsy. Particularly, the researchers focused on those using artisanal (non-pharmaceutical) CBD.

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Hannah Adler

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