Hyrum used to have 15 or more seizures a day. Doctors tried more than 10 pharmaceuticals to try to get them to stop. Sometimes he was on up to 6 meds at a time, that made little difference to his seizure control. We were at a dead end. We just had to live with watching him seize multiple times a day, every day.
UPDATE: Comment deadline extended to September 20. Now's your chance to speak up!
The FDA is taking comments on Cannabidiol (CBD). We are asking you to make a comment supporting CBD not being subject to international restrictions.
We know many of you have an amazing story in regards to the benefits of CBD with you or your loved ones' health. However, the FDA is not looking for your testimony. In fact, such statements may backfire; the FDA may view those stories as Claims, supporting their belief CBD should exist as a drug only.
This, of course, would affect access for thousands. Because so many of us have limited options already, the last thing we need is more restrictions on a non-toxic, non-addictive compound.
PLEASE only make comments in regards to SAFETY, and how CBD has NO ABUSE POTENTIAL.
Go to www.saveourcbd.com to see the directions and make a comment. They offer suggestions for comment content, but please make your comment original. Also, submitting peer-reviewed research will help to legitimize your comment in the eyes of the FDA.Make Your Voice Heard!
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Diverse Group of Cannabis Industry Leaders Endorse Back-of-Ballot Call for Convention to Legalize Adult Use Marijuana in NY.
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, USA, September 6, 2017 -- Restrict & Regulate in NY State 2019 (RRNY), a NY Ballot Issue Committee registered with the NYS Board of Elections, today announced that over 35 cannabis industry business and advocacy groups and celebrities have endorsed NY Prop 1, the back-of-the-ballot call for a convention, this November 7 and RRNY's efforts to get it passed. Eight of these endorsers issued formal statements of support that are shown on the RRNY web site www.Cannabis4NY.org.