New Applications for Genetic Testing Inform Cannabis Therapy - The Cannabis Reporter Radio Show Podcast

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New groundbreaking discoveries about therapeutic and curative applications of medical cannabis are a daily occurrence lately. It seems, the more scientists learn, the more it becomes apparent how little is really known about it. What is evident by now is that cannabis is a powerful healing tool for conditions that have yet to respond to conventional treatment. We also know that humans are equipped with an endogenous cannabinoid system, which means our bodies need certain molecules that can only be found in cannabis to stay healthy.

For those of us craving information about ways cannabis can work to make us healthier, now is the time to harvest all there is to learn. Since no two human bodies are alike, cannabis affects everyone differently. Knowledge is power, which is why the science of genetic testing is so useful, not only to inform cannabis therapy on an individual basis, but also help a new generation medical providers understand why cannabis is so important to human health.

Our guests are on the leading edge of genetic testing for therapeutic cannabis applications and talk about the fascinating medical discoveries using genome mapping as a basis for determining the impact cannabinoids will have on their patients. You’ll meet them right after Dr. Bryan Doner’s Medical Marijuana Minute

About Our Guests

Rahul Kushwah, Ph.D.

Rahul Kushwah, Ph.D. is an accomplished scientist with a vast experience in different areas of human diseases, particularly stem cells, genetics, immunology and regenerative personalized medicine. Currently serving as Chief Scientific Officer of Anantlife, he has held medical faculty and scientific appointments at University of Ottawa, National Research Council of Canada’s Human Health Therapeutics Branch and Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Having received numerous prestigious awards by the Canadian Government and several foundations, he is a regular speaker in international circuits, a reviewer/editor for several medical journals and author of numerous peer-reviewed articles.

Dr. Mike Hart

Dr. Mike Hart is the medical director and founder at Ready-to-go Clinic in London, Ontario where he focuses on cannabinoid medicine among other services including IV vitamin therapy and specialized hormone and genetic testing to inform cannabis therapy. Dr. Hart is a recognized speaker on the topic of cannabis featured at Continuing Medical Education events and cannabis conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada, and has been featured on a variety of cannabis media outlets. Dr. Hart is the author of two books, Chronic Pain & Cannabis: A Safer Alternative to Opioids and Is Cannabis A Viable Treatment For PTSD? co-authored with Jeremy Kossen.

Acknowledgements

If not for the generosity of our supporters, we wouldn’t be here! We’d first like to thank our radio sponsors Hemp Meds and Healthtera. We’d also like to shout out to our producer, Ed Vanderlee at Star Worldwide Networks, Erik Godal, the composer of our theme “Evergreen,” Steve Webb at XRQK Radio Network and Dr. Bryan Doner for the Medical Marijuana Minute and Compassionate Certification Centers for helping us spread the word. We are grateful!

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