Natural remedies for epilepsy include herbs and vitamins, according to Healthline. Other natural remedies are biofeedback, self-control and acupuncture. However, these remedies may not be applicable to every epileptic.
Common herbs that treat epilepsy include burning bush, mugwort, tree of heaven, mistletoe and groundsel, states Healthline. Although these herbs lack scientific backing as to their effectiveness, if used, these herbs reduce seizures. However, these herbs may cause rashes, headaches and digestive problems. Some drugs such as kava, passionflower, chamomile, gingko and chamomile should be avoided.
Vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin E and vitamin B-6 reduce epileptic seizure, notes Healthline. To use them, a patient should seek a doctor's advice to avoid overdose.