When is it time to fight back? For Jayden’s father, it was time to make a change when his son was taking 22 pills a day at six years old, effectively only making his severe form of epilepsy worse. Jayden suffers from a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome, which has left so many families struggling to find answers before losing their beloved children. Unfortunately, it’s an intractable form of epilepsy.
Jayden David’s seizures have been reduced, and his life is far more normal, now that he’s medicated with a form of liquid marijuana, his father Jason said .
A six-year-old California boy who suffers severe seizures that leave him shaking on the ground and crying for help has finally found some relief, his family says .
A father was shown giving his five-year-old son marijuana on a controversial reality programme in a desperate attempt to ease his epilepsy.
The Discovery Channel’s ‘Weed Wars’ follows dad Jason as he seeks the controversial medicine for his son Jayden.
Their morning ritual was nearly complete: Breakfast was finished, teeth brushed, shoes on.
Let’s go. Now. Or we’re going to be late.
Forrest Hurd was preparing to shuttle his son to preschool and his daughter to kindergarten when something caught his eye. It was his boy, Silas, staggering in circles, eyes seemingly fixed on some distant horizon.
Jayden’s Journey, Modesto dispensary, forced to close because of paperwork .
Jayden’s Journey in Modesto is set to close on June 30 after Stanislaus County said it doesn’t have the right paperwork to get a permit .
Jayden’s Journey is known for helping children all over the country with a product called “Jayden’s Juice” .
After winning their appeal to stay open, Modesto’s Jayden’s Journey now has plans to expand their store .
Mike Graglia opens a kitchen cabinet in his Palo Alto home and sets a clear plastic bin on the counter. Inside, there are heaps of oral syringes and some brown bottles.
Toronto-based Starling Brands is expanding its global licensing, manufacturing and distribution deal with Jayden’s Juice, a pioneer in the cannabis CBD movement .
Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Kase Manufacturing, Jayden’s Juice can expand its manufacturing via a fully licensed and compliant 22,000 sq . ft., state-of-the-art facility, notes a statement from Starling Brands, which produces mass-scale medical and recreational cannabis products for premium brands .
Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, found in creams, drinks and lotions in cannabis dispensaries across California.
It has consumers hoping it may soothe aches, pains and so much more.
When Catherine Jacobson first heard about the promise of cannabis, she was at wits’ end. Her 3-year-old son, Ben, had suffered from epileptic seizures since he was 3 months old, a result of a brain malformation called polymicrogyria. Over the years, Jacobson and her husband, Aaron, have tried giving him at least 16 different drugs, but none provided lasting relief.
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