You answered YES to at least one question on the quiz.

Based on your responses, we’ve determined you may be genetically predisposed to adverse events with THC.

Nearly 31% of the population will experience some form of moderate to acute side effect from cannabinoids like THC or CBD.

Because many people answer yes to more than one question, we’ve developed a self-directed resource to help you understand more about your answers to the quiz.

Click the links below to connect with stories like yours and learn more about how your DNA can help mitigate your adverse events with THC.

Cannabis is personal.

Preventing cannabinoid side effects will enhance your cannabis experience and optimize your health outcomes. This information can help you select the cannabinoid products that are right for you. 

When you know your genetic predispositions, you can make smarter choices about your cannabis and CBD formulations, dosing, and delivery. 

Always consult your healthcare provider when making changes to your wellness plans.

If you answered YES to Question #1: Have you ever had a panic attack or symptoms of a panic attack?

Meet Susan.

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

If you can relate to Susan’s story, learn more about her experience.

If you answered YES to Question #2: Would your friends say you are impulsive or do you think you have issues with impulsive behaviors?

 

Meet Joe.

Joe has a pot brownie at an important work party and makes impulsive decisions as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Joe’s experience, learn more about his story.

If you answered YES to Question #3: Have you been diagnosed with ADHD or suspect you may have ADHD?

Meet Jen.

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

If you can relate to Jen’s experience, learn more about her journey.

If you answered YES to Question #4: Do you get intoxicated quickly from alcohol?

Meet Henry.

Henry uses THC in a vape pen to manage his MS symptoms. On more than one occasion, he has had trouble solving simple math problems and thinking clearly as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Henry’s experience, learn more about his story.

If you answered YES to Question #5: Are you easily overwhelmed?

 

Meet Mary.

Mary tries a THC-infused chocolate to help manage her chemotherapy symptoms. At first, she doesn’t feel the effects, but Mary ends up feeling high for nearly 24 hours. Mary experiences slow onset and long-lasting THC side effects.”

If you can relate to Mary’s experience, learn more about her story.

If you answered YES to Question #6: Are you prone to sadness or feeling down more than three times in a month?

 

Meet Justin.

Justin tries cannabis to relax and calm his racing thoughts. Without warning, he experiences feelings of sadness and hopelessness as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Justin’s experience, learn more about his story.

If you answered YES to Question #7: Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep naturally?

 

Meet Carl.

Carl takes a CBD and THC gummy and experiences restlessness, tossing and turning at night, and nightmares as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Carl’s experience, learn more about his journey.

If you answered YES to Question #8: Do you have trouble with hand/eye coordination?

 

Meet Andrea.

Andrea uses cannabis flower and immediately has trouble standing up and speaking properly. She loses coordination and psychomotor control as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Andrea’s experience, learn more about her journey.

If you answered YES to Question #9: Are you particularly susceptible to stimulants, like caffeine or sugar?

Meet Jim.

Jim takes cannabis to help with symptoms of chronic pain and inflammation. After using a CBD and THC tincture, Jim experiences hallucinations, delusions, and extreme paranoia as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Jim’s experience, learn more about his journey.

If you answered YES to Question #10: Do you get angry easily or experience road rage regularly?

Meet Jacob.

Jacob uses cannabis for pain and inflammation. After smoking some flower, he becomes aggressive while playing a new video game. Jacob experiences aggressive behavior as an adverse effect of THC.

If you can relate to Jacob’s experience, learn more about his journey.

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

  • 57 genetic Trait Reports.
  • Personalized prescription drug to drug interaction report.
  • Personalized Wellness Plan.
  • Endo·Aligned cannabinoid formulations suggestions.
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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

Endo·dna gives you the power to make smarter decisions and the right tools to reach your wellness goals.

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.