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Growing Hope: NBC releases powerful special on medical marijuana for epileptic children.

Everyone needs to see this powerful NBC story. NBC covers the hardship of families fighting to obtain medical marijuana for their epileptic children.

Jun 12, 2015 - HERB

In case you missed it, one of the best up-to-date stories about medical marijuana and children with epilepsy aired on June 7th on NBC. Harry Smith and the NBC team cover the hardships and determination of mothers and families fighting to obtain medical cannabis for their children suffering from severe epileptic disorders.

However, it’s not just the children who are suffering — their families suffer drastically as well. Watch this touching, powerful, informational, and educational story and be sure to share it with those around you, since many are still unaware what cannabidiol is and its potential for epileptic patients.

Watch the trailer below to see what it’s all about, and then watch the full-length version over at NBC here.


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