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Nearly 70% of the general population is genetically predisposed to experiencing aggressive behavior and could be at risk for an adverse event with THC..[1*] In other words, under certain conditions, approximately seven in ten people may act in a way that poses risk to themselves or another person.
Adverse events with THC can leave you confused, afraid, or wondering if cannabis therapy is right for you—especially if you experience feelings of sadness or disinterest with cannabis.
If you’re considering using cannabis for any reason, you should know your risks of experiencing adverse events with THC. With the right knowledge, precautions, and cannabinoid and terpene formulations, you can achieve the optimal experience for your therapeutic needs and mitigate symptoms of insomnia as an adverse event with THC.
Approximately 42% of the general population is genetically predisposed to psychomotor control impairment and may experience clumsiness or difficulty with coordination as a result of THC.[1*]
Experiencing adverse events with cannabis is manageable. Think of it like this: the cannabis formulations you’re currently using aren’t optimally compatible with your DNA. To mitigate adverse reactions, you’ll want to use cannabis formulations that don’t trigger your unique genetic predisposition to experiencing symptoms of psychosis.
Learn how your DNA can alert you to your genetic predispositions and help you mitigate adverse reactions with cannabis. Can you relate to this? You're considering a cannabis product to regain your appetite while you’re going through chemotherapy. You’ve tried other...
If you’ve experienced intense forgetfulness as an adverse event with THC, it’s likely because your cannabis therapy is misaligned with your genetic profile.
Nearly 35% of the general population is genetically predisposed to making impulsive decisions and could be at risk for an adverse event with THC.
If you’ve experienced stress or anxiety as an adverse event with THC, it’s likely because your cannabis therapy is misaligned with your unique genetic profile.
Does your DNA hold clues about your immune health? Find out why your unique genetic variants matter.
Learn how genetic variants in your DNA can alert you to your unique health risks so you can take action to protect your immune system.