Charlotte's Web is named after Charlotte Figi, born October 18, 2006 (age 8), whose story has led to her being described as "the girl who is changing medical marijuana laws across America." Her parents and physicians say she experienced a reduction of her epileptic seizures brought on by Dravet syndrome after her first dose of medical marijuana at five years of age. Her usage of Charlotte's Web was first featured in the 2013 CNN documentary "Weed". Media coverage increased demand for Charlotte's Web and similar products high in CBD, which has been used to treat epilepsy in toddlers and children.
Yes, the consumption of marijuana can help seizures, as is demonstrated by scientific evidence. Marijuana also tends to calm a seizure patient, thus making seizures less likely. As such, the use of medicinal marijuana for these types of ailments should be legalized in all fifty United States, as well as the rest of the world.
Marijuana is a drug with a myriad of benefits, and in some cases it can help or even flat-out prevent a seizure. Many victims of chronic seizures have cited marijuana as a drug that can benefit them. The method of action of the cannabinoids in marijuana are scientifically proven to help certain disorders.