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The Selmeski family moved to Colorado in November of 2013 from East Tennessee so their young daughter with intractable epilepsy, Maggie, could legally try cannabinoid therapy. Back in 2013, many families moved to Colorado in search of legal cannabis.

The Selmeski family moved to Colorado in November of 2013 from East Tennessee so their young daughter with intractable epilepsy, Maggie, could legally try cannabinoid therapy. Back in 2013, many families moved to Colorado in search of legal cannabis. You may have heard of Pot Pilgrims or Medical Refugees? Hundreds of families relocated in search of a miracle. Back then, it was required to have Colorado residency and a state medical cannabis card in order to obtain any cannabis products, including CBD. This was no small task.

When the Selmeskis moved to Colorado, Maggie was having up to 500 seizures a day. She had tried 6 different anticonvulsant pharmaceutical medications with no relief. Maggie became limp and lifeless, completely sedated on traditional “legal” pharmaceuticals.

Today, Maggie is enjoying 90% seizure reduction without pharmaceuticals. She smiles, laughs, and makes eye contact. She now attends school and finds creative ways to communicate with her family. All things that were not possible before cannabinoid therapy.

Maggie is now age 5, and her little brothers are Maddox who is 3 and Myles is 1.
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