Cannabis oil has reportedly helped a six-year-old girl from Birmingham in her battle with an undiagnosed brain condition. Jayla Agbonlahor’s parents started secretly treating her with cannabis oil after months of unsuccessful hospital treatment that left her still unable to walk, talk, eat or drink. The little girl, niece of Aston Villa and England capped footballer Gabby Agbonlahor, has been suffering from an unknown health condition almost since baby and was experiencing symptoms with regular seizures, similar to epilepsy.
— Jayla’s Wish (@jaylaswish) May 31, 2017
After studying the positive effects of cannabis oil on treating various medical conditions, her parents began medicating her with it. Just few weeks later, Jayla was already feeling better and was able to eat and smile.
Please keep jayla in your prayers now more than ever she has gone down to theatre now ????????????????come on beautiful pic.twitter.com/ljmDGifTHq
— Jayla’s Wish (@jaylaswish) May 30, 2017
Currently, Jayla is the youngest legally-approved user of the cannabis, but due to its status in the UK, she is forced to order from Holland. Her mother hopes that the positive effects of the treatment would make the NHS reconsider their position on allowing medical marijuana use in the UK.
Jayla is having an operation today can you all please keep her in your prayers today ❤️ pic.twitter.com/qfxQQzg6aR
— Jayla’s Wish (@jaylaswish) September 18, 2017
Now, the little girl is living a happier life with less seizures and cannabis oil have helped her overpower the doctors’ morbid diagnosis for a death at an early age.