MORE ON SEIZURE PATIENTS

BELOW ARE SOME ARTICLES FROM MANY YEARS AGO THAT WERE USED AS SUPPORT OF THE US PATENT OF CANNABIDIOL.

BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE YEARS THESE ARTICLES WERE PRINTED.

ENTIRE PATENT:

Cunha et al., “Chronic Administration of Cannabidiol to Healthy Volunteers and Epileptic Patients.sup.1,” Pharmacology, 21:175-185 (1980). .

Consroe et al., “Acute and Chronic Antiepileptic Drug Effects in Audiogenic Seizure-Susceptible Rats,” Experimental Neurology, Academic Press Inc., 70:626-637 (1980). .

Carlini et al., “Hypnotic and Antielpileptic Effects of Cannabidiol,” J. Clin. Pharmacol., 21:417S-427S (1981). .

Karler et al., “The Cannabinoids as Potential Antiepileptics,” J. Clin. Pharmacol., 21:437S-448S (1981). .

Consroe et al., “Antiepileptic Potential of Cannabidiol Analgos,” J. Clin. Pharmacol., 21:428S-436S (1981). .

Eshhar et al., “Neuroprotective and Antioxidant Activities of HU-211, A Novel NMDA Receptor Antagonist,” European Journal of Pharmacology, 283:19-29 (1995). .

Responses and Neurotransmission,” Journal of Neurochemistry, Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 70(2):671-676 (1998). .
Hampson et al., “Cannabidiol and (-).DELTA..sup.9 -tetrahydrocannabiono are Neuroprotective Antioxidants,” Medical Sciences, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 8268-8273 (1998)..

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