hi my name is traci my daughter was 15 weeks early and has many of the same problems that you have had as well as many others , she has had over 150 brain surgery's and many others as well .I want you to know that medical marijuana has helped her so much it actually has even made some of her problems disappear so many that is way to much for me to type them all , she has been seizure free since she started she has been on it for two years now and she is out of a wheelchair ,she was also non verbal and now she speaks fluently she jumped 5 grade levels in school her comprehension is amazing now ,she does not smoke pot! she eats it and uses oils ,tinctures and vaporizer. ALL her twitches are gone. i really feel like this will help you and your children , it is legal where we live i hope this can help you ,please read up on it and how it helps you will be so amazed if you have any questions feel free to ask me. It has healed her sooooo much that she will soon be on national geographic to help get this out there for others I HOPE PEOPLE LISTEN ...thank you i wish you the very best!View Thread
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