- Ashley Slimak
DNA Test Gives Personalized Marijuana Recommendations For You
We are all familiar with DNA tests that provide results about your family tree, ancestry and health history. But what if there was a service that could test your DNA and provide recommendations for marijuana products tailored specifically to you? Now there is!
Strain Genie is a new service that tests your DNA and provides a personalized marijuana health report. So how exactly does this process work? Participants can purchase a home kit, take an oral swab test and send the sample in the mail to the lab. Individuals who have previously taken a commercial DNA test from services such as Ancestory.com or 23andMe, can skip that step and simply upload their data into Strain Genie’s website.
Once the data has been collected and processed, Strain Genie will provide a personalized report with information about your endocannabinoid system. In the report, the following content will be presented to participants:
Cannabinoid and terpene recommendations for specific health conditions.
Warnings to health insights such as cannabis dependence, THC and CBD metabolism rates and more.
Strain and product recommendations for specific purposes such as sleep, creativity, energy boosts, medicinal and relaxation.
A THC and CBD dosage calculator to find your preferred consumption medium.
Whether you are an individual who is brand new to cannabis or an experienced user who is curious to learn more, Strain Genie can be a great way to educate yourself on which products can benefit you the most and make the most out of your marijuana experience.
If you are a Missourian suffering from a qualifying condition, you may be eligible to treat your ailment with medical marijuana, which includes both THC and CBD products.
Click here to learn more about what Missouri Marijuana Card's certified medical marijuana physicians can do for you, or give us a call at 877-303-3117 and our friendly patient support team can walk you through the entire process, and set you up with an appointment through telemedicine.