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  1. Hello, Has anyone tried cannabidiol (CBD) for tic control? My doctor (thinking outside the box, since traditional tic meds aren't working well for me) suggested it as a possible remedy. Here's a very brief summary of what my research has turned up. CBD, like the better known THC, is an active ingredient in marijuana. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause feelings of euphoria/highness. Products containing THC are generally illegal, whereas CBD is legal. I would be interested in knowing which specific product and dosage were used, and what the benefits were (along with any side effects
  2. I'm wondering if anyone here has had cytochrome P450 testing and how the results helped you/your child. As I've been reading about CBD oil, checking for potential problems, I've read that it uses these particular enzymes from or in the liver (CYP450 or P450). Seems there could be drug interactions with other drugs or supplements that use these same enzymes. The effectiveness of the drugs/supplements could be altered. When I check for general drug interactions and look at the professional information, I also see mention of CYP450--for many of the meds my DD is taking or has taken.
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