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  • PERSONALIZED DNA ANALYSIS FOR TARGETED CANNABIS RECOMMENDATIONS

 

Earth Healthcare's patent pending CANNA DNA Test Kit allows us to analyze your genetic markers to determine your bodies natural inclination to accept cannabinoids as medicine - whether the cannabinoids are produced endogenously, from plants or synthetically. This approach takes the guesswork out of cannabis use, offering personalized treatment recommendations that optimize efficacy and minimize unintended effects.

 

Cannabinoids are such an effective and unique medicine to help restore homeostasis in the body because it is actually cannabinoids that are naturally produced in the body (endogenously) that we rely on for homeostasis. As a result many imbalances and ailments can be restored from the use of exogenous cannabinoids, produced outside the body.    

               

Targeted Symptom Relief

The results can be customized for symptom-relief recommendations specifically in the areas of:

  • Anxiety

  • Appetite

  • Stress

  • Insomnia

  • Nausea

  • Pain

 

Canna DNA Sample Collection Kit

 

Our kits are available online at earthhealthcare.com, dispensaries, and physicians offices. Our kits include; sample-collection swabs, instructions, and a pre-addressed, stamped envelope. The samples are mailed to our CLIA-accredited and CAP-certified partner laboratory, where we analyze your DNA and compile a customized report. Your report includes a cannabis-specific genomic profile, identifying how your body metabolizes Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), and recommendations of cannabis varieties best suited to your body chemistry and specific needs. Our recommendations include:

  • Cannabinoids and ratios

  • Terpenes

  • Dosing

  • Methods of use

  • Complementary and contraindicated natural and pharmaceutical medications


The magnitude of cannabis use and availability continues to increase for both recreational and medical purposes. Scientific research continues to validate its efficacy for an expanding spectrum of illnesses and conditions. Yet, doctors have been limited to recommending cannabis without having supportive data to allow them to prescribe the medicine safely and effectively, until now.