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Cannabinoids & Epilepsy in Texas

Hey Texas! Houston Area !
Cannabinoids for Epilepsy:  What do we know? 

How does CBD work? Is CBD from marijuana? Is cannabis safe for children? Is Medical cannabis legal in Texas ?  What is a terpene? Indika? Sativa?

Join us for a discussion

Dr. Rajasekaran of Greenwich Biosciences (makers of Epidiolex)

and 

Dr. Josh Rotenberg
Pediatric Epilepsy Specialist
Houston Specialty Clinic

Wed Aug 22 2018
United Way center
50 Waught St
Houston TX 

6- 8 pm

Low THC Cannabis with Cannabidiol (CBD) has been approved for treating epilepsy when acquired from 3 dispensaries in Texas (Compassionate Use Program Here) AND as an FDA approved medication. Epidiolex is FDA approved YET pending DEA rescheduling.

Dr. Rotenberg, a pediatric epilepsy specialist, has extensive real-world experience with cannabidiol over 30 patients managing epilepsy using CBD. 

The Epilepsy Foundation Texas leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
Established in 1983, the Epilepsy Foundation Texas-Houston/Dallas-Fort Worth/West Texas provides a number of programs and services, including the following:Public and Professional Education & Awareness Programs
Camp and Recreation Programs for people with epilepsy and their families, including Camp Spike ‘n’ Wave®, Kamp Kaleidoscope®, Camp Neuron and Adult & Family Retreats
Specialized Medical Care throughout the state
Education & Consultation Services

Hosted by: by Epilepsy Foundation Texas RSVP HERE 

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