Meet Susan.

Susan experiences extreme anxiety as an adverse effect of THC.

Susan eats a THC-infused cookie and experiences anxiety, panic and stress as an adverse effect of THC.

Does this sound like an experience you’ve had?

Stress can manifest as increased heart rate, anxiety, or, in severe cases, panic attacks. Areas of the brain involved in stress response are the amygdala, hippocampus, and the prefrontal cortex.

Cannabis is personal.

Learn how Susan’s endocompatibility helped her choose a cannabinoid formulation that worked for her unique genotype and health goals.

Susan is a news reporter for a national newspaper. She loves her job, even though the fast-paced workplace and the hard deadlines can make her feel overwhelmed.

Once, after she made a mistake reporting a local story on-air, her boss threatened to fire her. Susan couldn’t fall asleep that night because she was too worried about losing her job.

Susan has had trouble with stress in the past. In journalism school, Susan’s heart rate would increase before a big test, and sometimes she would get nauseous before turning in her work. When she landed her first position as an on-air reporter, Susan started seeing a therapist to learn how to cope with the constant pressure at her job.

One day, Susan and her coworkers planned a barbeque at a coworker’s house to celebrate a big story they had just aired. After getting groceries, Susan and her coworker Shelly stopped by the local dispensary to buy THC-infused cookies for the party.

Susan had never tried an edible before, so took a few small bites and sat in the sun to relax with her friends.

When Susan began to feel the effects of the edible, she became extremely nervous. 

She saw a group of her coworkers giggling across the yard, and she thought they were making fun of her. She started breathing erratically, worried that she was embarrassing herself. She started having tunnel vision and her anxiety got worse.

She locked herself in the bathroom, a terrible sense of doom overwhelming her. Susan was having her first panic attack.

Shelly spent the next few hours sitting on the floor with Susan consoling her and waiting for the anxiety to pass. The stress and anxiety eventually went away, but Susan swore off edibles forever.

Ironically, Shelly told Susan that edibles actually help her with anxiety and shared her experience with Endo·dna and the Endo·Decoded Report. Shelly explained that the key to mitigating adverse events with THC was to map your genetics and use products with optimal ratios of CBD, THC, and terpene profiles for your genotype.

Susan, intrigued at the idea that cannabis might help her feel less stressed, consulted her therapist and healthcare provider, then uploaded her 23andMe DNA results to Endo·dna’s website.

Susan discovered her endocompatibility by using Endo·dna and specific Endo·Aligned formulations for her genotype to support her wellness goals.

Susan’s Genetic Predisposition.

Susan’s Endo·Decoded Report reveals that she is genetically predisposed to stress and anxiety.

Nearly 53% of the population share this genotype and predisposition.

If you share Susan’s genotype, you may experience increased heart rate, stress, and anxiety as an adverse effect from THC.

Endo·dna helps you discover the optimal CBD and THC products based on your own DNA.

  • Learn the most ideal ratios, methods and dosing for your body.
  • Know which terpenes and cannabinoids to seek out or to avoid.
  • Understand any risks or benefits from using cannabinoids.
  • Identify the specific products and brands most aligned with your genetics.

Your DNA is the key to unlocking your unique endocompatibility.

Download a sample of the Endo·Decoded DNA variance report and explore the possibilities it holds for you.

  • 57 Trait Reports.
  • Your Personalized Wellness Plan.
  • Endo·Aligned formulations suggestions.
  • Personalized prescription drug to drug interaction report.
  • Endo·Aligned Product Marketplace.

What your DNA can tell you about using CBD and cannabis for health and wellness.

Stress/Anxiousness and Cannabinoids

Pain and Cannabinoids

Sleep and Cannabinoids

THC and Metabolism

Opioid Dependance and Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids and Cognitive Function

Cannabinoids and Feelings of Depression

THC and Suspetibility To Psychosis

Information you need to know.

Endocanna Health, Inc. does not provide medical services. Endocanna Health’s reports are not to be considered or construed to be medical advice. The information contained in Endocanna Health’s reports is not intended to be substituted for the advice or consultation of a medical professional. Endocanna Health’s reports include cannabinoid compound suggestions based on your DNA and do not constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or consultation. Endocanna Health does not take responsibility for any side effects or medical issues that may arise from your use or consumption of the suggested cannabinoid compounds. Endocanna Health recommends consulting with a medical professional before use of any suggested cannabinoid compounds. Use of Endocanna Health’s DNA kit or information from Endocanna Health’s reports is not to be considered a medical treatment or a substitute for any treatment from a licensed healthcare provider. Endocanna Health makes no guarantees regarding your personal health, implied or otherwise, based on the results provided by Endocanna Health’s report.