Meet Andrea.

Andrea experiences loss of coordination and psychomotor control as an adverse effect of THC.

Andrea smokes a joint and immediately after, she has trouble standing up and speaking. Soon afer, she loses coordination and psychomotor control. Andrea experiences loss of coordination and psychomotor control as an adverse effect of THC.

Does this sound like an experience you’ve had?

Psychomotor control is commonly referred to as coordination. It involves the careful alignment of both thinking and physical movement. You use psychomotor control in everyday tasks, like driving, walking, and chewing.

Cannabis is personal.

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

A few years ago, Andrea celebrated ten years as an accountant. Although she loved her career, she felt a calling to learn more about environmental sustainability, so she decided to go back to school for a second bachelor’s in environmental science. Andrea took classes at night on a part-time basis for four years. She graduated with honors last May. 

Andrea’s co-workers decided to throw her a party to celebrate her new achievements. They hosted a bonfire on the beach, brought their favorite snacks, and set up a volleyball net in the sand. 

Marcy, Andrea’s best friend and co-worker, was especially excited for Andrea. She knew how hard Andrea had worked to get her second degree and always volunteered to pick Andrea’s kids up from school when Adnrea had to meet with an advisor or run to campus unexpectedly. Marcy decided to bring a double-layer chocolate cake and a few joints to the bonfire to celebrate. 

Just before sunset, Marcy and Andrea took a walk along the boardwalk and shared a joint. As they walked, Marcy took out the joint and lit it.

“I bought these from the dispensary downtown,” she said. “The budtender said these are his personal favorites.” 

Andrea, who hadn’t smoked cannabis since her twenties, took a large inhale and coughed terribly. 

Almost immediately, Andrea stopped walking and sat down on the boardwalk. Marcy asked if she was okay, but Andrea couldn’t seem to speak. Instead, she nodded, and motioned for Marcy to pass the joint. 


But Andrea couldn’t hold onto the joint when Marcy passed it. She dropped it in the sand by accident. When she picked it up, she dropped it again.

Marcy, sensing Andrea was having an adverse reaction, put the joint out and insisted they sit together until Andrea felt better. After a long while, Andrea started to feel like herself again, and she was relieved that she could stand up on her own. They walked back to the bonfire, but Andrea didn’t feel much like celebrating anymore.

For the rest of the evening, Andrea wondered why she had such an adverse reaction to the joint. She had smoked cannabis before but never had such trouble with her motor skills. When Marcy asked if Andrea wanted to smoke another joint from the same batch, Andrea said no.

Andrea did some research online the next morning. She came across Endo·dna and learned how her genetics could help mitigate adverse events with THC. She uploaded her DNA results to the website and got her Endo·Decoded Report and Endo·Aligned suggested formulations instantly.

A few weeks later, Andrea and Marcy met at the beach again. Andrea told Marcy about Endo·dna and explained that her genetics played a role in her adverse reaction to the joint they shared at her party. Marcy was eager to learn more about Endo·dna and the Endo·Decoded Report, since she’d also experienced adverse events with cannabis before.

As they walked, Andrea helped Marcy order her own Endo·dna DNA kit from her cellphone.

By discovering her endocompatibility, Andrea was able to find the right products for her genotype. She now enjoys cannabis without worrying about losing her coordination or mobility as an adverse event from THC.

Andrea’s genetic predisposition.

Andrea’s Endo·Decoded Report reveals that she is genetically predisposed to psychomotor control impairments. 

Nearly 42% of the population share this genotype and predisposition.   

If you share Andrea’s genotype, you may experience trouble walking, talking, or performing regular tasks that require coordination as an adverse event 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.
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Information you need to know.

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