The test was a three months treatment with Cannibidol or the liquid marijuana. Not all the initial 213 adults and children finished the test: 21 percent experienced drowsiness, 17 suffered from diarrhea, 17 percent suffered fatigue and 15 percent had decreased in appetite. However, the other people on the study had benefic results with a lowered seizure rate. “These results are of great interest, especially for the children and their parents who have been searching for an answer for these debilitating seizures,” concluded Dr. Orrin Devinsky, of New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center in New York City. The result is considered a solid proof that medical marijuana can be used for the treatment.