DNA Test to Predict Cannabis Effects Launched in Alberta Dispensaries
Lobo Genetics has set up DNA testing stations in several Alberta dispensaries that claim to predict certain risk factors for cannabis use.
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A DNA test conducted in under an hour that claims to predict certain effects from cannabis that differ person to person has been launched in Alberta, Canada, The Vancouver Star reports.
The test is developed by Toronto company Lobo Genetics. Known as the Cube platform, the test uses oral swaps and then does a search of the DNA for certain markers identified by research to be associated with things like delayed onset, risk factors for mental illness, or whether the person is more likely to suffer memory loss. The test takes about an hour and costs $30.