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Epilepsy Control After 50 Years Of Symptoms

Author: Clarrie H.
Date: 12-10-2011
Views: 8,872
Word Count: 111
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 6626-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 1

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My wife Judith was at age 14 diagnosed with a mild form of epilepsy and has taken medication for over 50 years. The original medicine was phenobarbital and over the years milder meds were employed. She does not have grand mal seizures but if overtired becomes jumpy often spilling cups of tea etc.

I was sure there would be an essential oil that would help her and after some research decided to try Jasmine. Judith applies a drop of Jasmine under her nose before retiring and the results are truly astonishing. She is no longer taking medication and the jumpiness is totally under control.

Thank you Young Living for these wonderful oils!

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Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: anticonvulsant, barbiturate, convulsion, fit, jittery, phenobarb, shaky, tremble, tremor.

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Supporting Scientific Study
epilepsy,seizures - "Researchers... suggest making anticonvulsants based on pinene amino acids [found in pine, other conifers, cannabis, and other plants].... Amino ester of an amino acid, belonging to alpha-pinenes, showed great anticonvulsant activity... compared to Phenobarbital, a common anticonvulsant agent.... [S]cientists... suggest this derivative becoming the basic substance for development of new almost non-toxic anticonvulsant agents, thus making life of epilepsy patients easier."Link

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