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Is Epidiolex a Good Investment?

Title: What Is Epidiolex?

Epidiolex is a cannabidiol (or CDB) medication that was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (commonly known as the FDA) in the spring of 2018. Epidiolex is an oral medication that is the very first FDA-approved prescription created from CDB. The medication is designed specifically to treat the seizures that are commonly experienced by people with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, as well as seizures experienced by people (2 years and older) with Dravet syndrome. Let’s take a closer look at how this medication needs to be taken, possible side effects, and other important information that you need to know.

How to Take Epidiolex

Your health care provider or pharmacist will provide you with instructions for taking your medication. You must take your medication according to the instructions; your health care provider will prescribe a certain dose of the medication, along with when (and how many doses) you need to take it.

You should ideally take your CDB medication at the same time each day. You can take your prescription with or without food, based on your personal preference. The important thing is that you take it at the same time each day and stay consistent about eating it with or without a meal. For example, if you take your prescription in the morning after breakfast, don’t suddenly take it the next day in the evening on an empty stomach.

When measuring your prescription dose, make sure you’re using the adapter and syringe that came with your prescription. And make sure that the syringe you use is completely dry, because water could cause the medication to take on a cloudy appearance.

Should You Take Epidiolex?

You should not take Epidiolex if you are allergic to CDB or any of the ingredients used to make the medication, which includes the inactive ingredients: sesame seed oil, sucralose, strawberry flavor, and dehydrated alcohol. You should always consult your health care provider about potential conditions or symptoms that may indicate you should no t take this medication. If you are experiencing the following symptoms, make sure to tell your physician or other health care provider before you take Epidiolex:

  • If you have or suspect liver problems
  • If you are pregnant or plan on getting pregnant
  • If you have depression or have had depression in the past
  • If you have any suicidal thoughts
  • If you are currently breastfeeding or are planning on breastfeeding

Side Effects

Epidiolex has several potential side effects. Serious side effects may include:

  • Liver problems

Symptoms: Call your physician right away if you notice symptoms such as loss of appetite, vomiting, fever, feeling unusually sleepy, yellowed skin or eyes, itching, darkened urine, pain in the right upper stomach.

  • Drowsiness which may improve over time

Symptoms: Unusual sleepiness that may or may not improve over time. This sleepiness may be increased with the ingestion of other medication or alcohol.

  • Suicide thoughts or actions

Symptoms: Thoughts about suicide, new or worsening depression, development of panic attacks, new or worsening anxiety, unusual changes in behavior or mood.

Remember: If you are experiencing any symptoms of a serious side effect, call your physician or other health care provider right away.

Wine Investing

Wine investment is one of the best investments out there. Occasionally stories emerge from wine lovers who collected wine in the 90s at a price of about $40 to $80 and are now selling their wine for thousands of dollars. Though it’s a more delicate investment, the best wine investment can be better than investing in stocks.

When making a decision to invest in wine, there are certain factors to be considered such as collecting the best wine, storage, budget, state regulation and insurance. For more insight on these factors, keep on reading.

What is the sole purpose of investing?

Before taking the first step to investing in wine, you need to figure out the sole purpose of it. Are you investing in wine because you love it and want to make money off it in the process or are you investing only for the purpose of making money? If it’s the former then it’s advisable you collect the type of wine you enjoy drinking so that you can also enjoy your wine in the investment process. For the latter, you simply have to invest in the best wine which will give you optimum returns years after.

Get a proper wine storage

Wine takes years to reach full maturity so it is important that you have the right storage to keep it protected. A wine storage must have racks to stop wine from falling and breaking. A room that’s too hot or too cold could also do damage to the wine. The best option for wine storage is a dark room with optimal temperature like a basement. If you don’t have proper storage facilities, you can contact local wine storage facilities.

Collect wine based on your budget

When collecting wine, it is important that you search for the best wine within your budget. Experts have suggested that for making investments for your first sets of bottles, a sum of $10,000 should be set aside. Your budget should also include the cost of insurance and storage facility for the wine. Note that wine investments come with a risk so you should be financially capable of losing this $10,000.

Find out state regulations on wine

Before investing in wine, it is important that you find out all the wine regulations in your state. This is because some states do not allow purchasing wine from outside the state either via the internet or from retailer. This could limit your options to only wine provided from your regional wholesalers. Finding out state regulation helps you find ways to get the best wine despite these regulations.

Insure your wine

Wine investment involves storing up wine for a period of 5 to 10 years so insuring your wine is important. To insure your wine, you need to get a home insurance company. If you reside in areas which experience natural disasters, ensure your insurance policy includes effects from these disasters. Ensure you compare wine insurance prices from other carriers.

Wine investment has its risk, but what investment doesn’t? Investing in the best wine will give you amazing returns in the future!









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