What’s important to recognize is that the kind of blanket statement of either pot is good for you or it’s bad for you is really oversimplified and I hope we can break some of that down and really talk about the intricacy of that today.
The purpose of this podcast is to dispel dogma, share scientific backed information, and talk about the health benefits of cannabis
Any statement mentioned in this podcast is not a medical recommendation so please speak to your physician before doing anything stupid.
David Krantz is an epigenetic coach, musician, and entrepreneur based in Asheville, North Carolina. He serves as the Director of Psychoacoustics at the Apeiron Center for Human Potential, where he explores the interaction between art, science, and health. As a coach, he works with clients using genetically informed, personalized strategies for optimal wellness and greater creativity.
Cannabis is a controversial topic. To some, it is a gateway drug. To others, it helps deal with common problems including inflammation, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis.
In this podcast, David and Boomer speak in depth about the endocannabinoid system, cannabinoids, cannabis genetics, and how your genes may affect both your desire to use weed and the overall effect it has on you.
Let's say you want to look into the potential impact of cannabis on your health. You can start by looking at your cannabis genetics. If you already have 23andMe, below is a guide to learning more about your genetic predispositions for cannabis.
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The raw data in each 23andMe report contains over ~600,000 lines of raw data.
The below single nucleotide polymorphisms are searchable in 23andMe using the RSID listed below.
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