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Father successfully treats son's epilepsy with medical cannabis (marijuana)

  The Los Angeles Times (LAT) reports that Jason David's son Jayden now functions normally, eats solid food, and takes only four prescription medications for his condition rather than the 22 he had been taking prior to starting the cannabis protocol.

Young Jayden suffers from an extremely rare, and potentially fatal, epileptic condition known as Dravet syndrome that is categorized as a "catastrophic form of intractable epilepsy." For Jayden, symptoms of the condition have included things like intense "grand mal" seizure fits, continuous muscle twitching, inability to respond to or interact with others, difficulty chewing, and frequent screaming episodes.

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