Gabapentin is an anti-convulsant medicine that helps patients with epilepsy manage their seizures. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) and some kinds of nerve pain may both be treated with gabantin 300. Gabapentin seems to function by affecting the activity of molecules called neurotransmitters, which convey information between nerve cells, and modifying electrical activity in the brain. Horizant, Gralise, and Neurontin are some of the brand names for gabantin 100. Capsules, tablets, and liquid versions of the medicine are available. Gabantin's uses, dosages, and side effects are discussed in this article. It also looks at the hazards that come with it, as well as some other safety concerns.