By LeeWEpstein

October 7, 2019

CBD has recently attracted a lot of attention with its wide variety of medicinal and health benefits. In this article, we examine whether CBD is safe for children.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a compound found in cannabis and hemp plants. In recent years, this tiny little compound has had a huge impact on the world. With new research, we now know that CBD has a wide range of health benefits and has the potential to help manage a wide variety of health conditions, particularly those that often affect children, such as autism, epilepsy, insomnia, anxiety, ADHD and many others.

But no matter how much research is being done on CBD, people are still worried about its potential danger to children. In this article, we examine whether CBD is really safe for kids.


In 2013, Charlotte Figi’s story conquered the world. Charlotte is a little girl from Colorado suffering from Dravet syndrome, a very rare form of childhood epilepsy, which caused her to suffer intense seizures, sometimes lasting hours.

In 2013, Charlotte’s story made headlines around the world. After taking countless medications and suffering from up to 300 epileptic seizures per week, Charlotte and her parents finally found relief in the form of a CBD-rich cannabis extract now known as Charlotte’s Web. 

Charlotte’s parents, doctors and even the creators of dyeing could not believe their eyes. From the moment Charlotte started taking CBD, she was almost free of seizures. She remained so throughout the first week of treatment and currently suffers from only 0 to 1 seizure on average per week.

Of course, parents around the world were amazed by this story. After all, she was a little girl taking a cannabis remedy to treat her epilepsy. But, as we now know, the use of CBD is absolutely safe and the substance can be safely used by children.

In December 2017, the World Health Organization made an official statement: after conducting its own research on CBD, the WHO stated that it had not found any negative health risks associated with cannabinoid consumption. 

“To date, there is no evidence of recreational CBD consumption or public health problems associated with pure CBD consumption,” writes the WHO in its study.


So, it is clear that CBD does not cause any harmful effects in children. But why do some people administer CBD to their children? Are there any benefits associated with consuming CBD as a remedy, or even as a regular food supplement?

Well, the short answer is yes. CBD can be an extremely beneficial substance, whether it is used to treat a specific disorder, or simply to complement an already healthy lifestyle.

Studies have shown that CBD can be beneficial in treating anxiety and sleep disorders, two common problems for children. Studies show that CBD is also an extremely powerful anticonvulsant that can help manage severe forms of childhood epilepsy (such as Dravet syndrome).

Some studies also suggest that CBD may help to calm children with hyperactivity or attention deficit disorders such as ADD or ADHD.

Many of these disorders, particularly epilepsy, are traditionally treated with synthetic drugs, which can produce a wide range of side effects.

Anti-epileptic drugs, for example, can cause drowsiness, fatigue, behavioral changes and much more. Medications for ADD/ADHD, on the other hand, can cause nervousness, agitation, anxiety, sleep problems, nausea, vomiting, and other side effects.

It is not uncommon for some children with these disorders to take several medications at the same time, sometimes just to manage the side effects of other medications they may take. On the other hand, CBD is a natural alternative, with no side effects .

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