"She went from a dribbling jerking mess to a girl who only had a seizure a couple times a month. The next day, I'm not kidding, you, she just woke up. It wasn't like she was looking through a storm of noise and static. She just looked normal. She stopped jerking. She got so much better straight away."
Michael estimated that Katelyn requires 3 grams of Charlotte's Web cannabis a day which cost $12,000.00 a year.
Katelyn's grandparents, Barry and Joy Lambert were so impressed with the miraculous healing of their grand daughter, that they donated $33.7 million to the University of Sydney for the further research of CBD. To support the research, The Lambert Initiative was created to advance the study of the ten active cannabinoids and their applications.
The University Vice Chancellor Michael Spence called this donation "game changing". "This is something that is going to reverberate around the world".
The University plans to make the Lambert Initiative a top priority after seeing the success of Katelyn using CBD as an epilepsy treatment for Dravet's Syndrome.