Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder that is characterized by recurring seizures. These seizures are the result of a sudden brain activity that disrupts how the brain cells function. This condition affects more than 3 million people worldwide. As of 2015, 1.2% of the US population had active epilepsy.
Most people who have epilepsy rely on anti-seizure or anti-epileptic medication to keep the seizures controlled. However, more recent evidence found that medical marijuana is also beneficial.
Through the years, marijuana as a medicinal treatment has been a widely-studied and hotly-debated public issue. But, as researchers discover more and more of its therapeutic benefits, medical marijuana is becoming more acceptable to use, especially for epilepsy management.
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