Meet Jen.

Jen experiences forgetfulness as an adverse effect of THC.

Jen shares a vape with her best friend and forgets where she is and what day it is as an adverse effect of THC.

Does this sound like an experience you’ve had?

Working memory requires the brain to temporarily store and use information. It’s important for daily reasoning and decision making tasks, like reading, holding a conversation, and doing simple math problems in your head.


Cannabis is personal.

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

Jen was looking forward to her best friend’s 40th birthday party all year. Sarah and Jen met in elementary school and remained friends through college. Now, they live next door to each other and have kids the same age. 

At a party in college, Jen suffered a traumatic event and Sarah was the first person she told. Sarah had suggested that Jen see a medical professional to deal with the trauma and the recurring flashbacks. Throughout the years, Jen tried a number of therapists but never stuck to one consistently. She deals with PTSD, ADHD, and anxiety on a daily basis. 

Jen smokes cannabis to relax at night since it helps her fall asleep. After she tucks her kids into bed, she usually steps out onto the back porch with her husband, Bill, to smoke. Then, they get ready for bed and Jen falls asleep quickly. 

On the day of Sarah’s 40th birthday party, Jen and Bill baked a cake and arrived at Sarah’s house early to help decorate the house and blow up balloons.  

When they arrived, Sarah offered to share her vape with Jen and Bill as a pre-party celebration. Jen never smoked from a vape pen before, but she figured it couldn’t be much different than smoking her usual joint before bed, so she gave it a try. 

Within minutes, Jen experienced something like a blackout. She forgot where she was, couldn’t hold a conversation, and couldn’t remember if she brought her purse to the party. Jen kept asking the same questions over and over again. When she saw the balloon in her hand, she asked Sarah if it was her birthday. Bill and Sarah laughed loudly.   

Jen didn’t like not being able to think on her feet. It triggered her trauma from college and made her nervous. Suddenly, Jen was afraid to be in public, and she started to get anxious when other people arrived at the party.

Jen left the gathering early, even though she’d been looking forward to celebrating Sarah’s birthday all year. Bill walked Jen back home and he promised Jen would celebrate with her when she was feeling better.

From that night on, Jen was nervous to smoke her usual joint before bed because she didn’t want to blackout and forget her surroundings again.

Jen set up a Skype session with a new healthcare provider. She told the doctor about her experience with the vape pen and her anxiety about smoking to relax at night.

The doctor told Jen about Endo·dna. He explained that Jen could use her genetics to achieve the optimal therapeutic experience with cannabis. Jen ordered a DNA kit from Endo·dna and received her Endo·Decoded Report in five weeks.

Now, Jen is able to use cannabis therapy without experiencing memory impairment as an adverse event from THC. And her Endo·Aligned suggested formulations make her feel more relaxed at night than the products she used to use, which were unreliable.

Jen’s Drug to Drug Interaction Report also lets her use cannabis products safely with her new prescription medications. She has finally found a doctor she trusts and a product to optimize her therapy. Jen is grateful for her new wellness plan.

Jen’s genetic predisposition.

Jen’s Endo·Decoded Report reveals that she is genetically predisposed to working memory impairment.

Nearly 50% of the population share this genotype and predisposition.

If you share Jen’s genotype, you may experience forgetfulness or have trouble holding a conversation 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.
  • Endo·Aligned Product Marketplace.

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

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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.