At last someone wonderfully inclined to save the problem, bless you!
"Hopkins formerly suffered from epilepsy; she was being hospitalised around once every 10 days in early 2014, she told Decca Aitkenhead: "When I have a fit at night, my arms come out. They dislocate. So I have to go into hospital to have them relocated. That's happened 26 times in the last nine months". The seizures could occur up to ten times at night, according to Sathnam Sanghera who interviewed her for The Times in mid-2015. They began in her late teens whenever she fell asleep and did not respond to prescribed drugs, she said in 2017. In a piece for The Sun, published the following August, she announced she was undergoing surgery to help prevent seizures. In mid-November 2015, her condition led her to fall to the ground in the street, injuring her face, and for an ambulance to be called.In February 2016, she underwent surgery in which a portion of her brain was removed to relieve the severity of the condition. Hopkins tweeted a month later that the operation was a success. "I am no longer an epileptic", she tweeted. According to Hopkins, the surgery has, however, led to complications." https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katie_Hopkins
I have known of epileptic people, even young young children, pre-schoolers. And they have been cured by using marijuana, thus the fight of many parents to legalize it. HOWEVER, it is the CBD IN the marijuana that is the curring Agent..........and CBD is now quite legal again, having been including in the Farm Bill passed in 2014.CBD is derived from Hemp and is the hemp oil. However it must be taken in a relatively high doseage, maybe 20 mg. I have taken the 5 mg. and it is not nearly powerful enough, just made me very tired which I did not like.Problem is to take 20 mg. or to work up to that daily amount, is way too expensive for my pocketbook.But for Epileptics, I highly suggest they research into it. I would never go to the extent Ms. Hopkins did. What a brave woman.
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