Clarity X Pharmacogenetic Test
The Clarity Test will give definitive answers as to how you will respond to various medications; including clear insights on which medications will work best for your condition as well as dosage adjustments.
The ClarityX test covers over 200+ of the most commonly prescribed FDA approved medications. Including the following therapeutic areas:
Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Gastrointestinal, Gynecology, Antihistamines, NSAIDs, Rheumatology, Neurology, Pain, Psychiatry, Sleep Disorder Agents, Anti Addiction Medications, Overactive Bladder, Dementia, Alzheimers, Multiple Sclerosis
Pharmacogenetic testing (pgx) is the process of testing an individual’s genes to determine how the body responds to medications. The term comes from the words “pharmaceutical” and “genetic.” The idea of pharmacogenetics is not new, as Friedrich Vogel coined this term in 1959. Pharmacogenetic tests considers individual responses to drugs at the genetic level and is also called Pharmacogenetic Testing.
It's in the DNA
DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid is the genetic material-carrying molecule inside the cells of living organisms. Genetic material determines how an organism develops and operates. Parents pass DNA characteristics to their offspring, and this is known as heredity. DNA plays a role in how each person’s body metabolizes drugs. In DNA testing for medication, a DNA swab of a patient’s cheek is taken and sent to a lab for processing to determine how quickly and effectively the body may process or respond to different medications.
ClarityX MaxRx goes beyond mental health giving you a complete picture as to which medications will work best for you, including medications that will require a dosage adjustment, and which drugs may put you at risk for unwanted side effects based on your genetic profile.
Everything included in the Max Rx test kit
- ✔ A DNA sample collection kit
- ✔ A review of your order by a licensed independent physician
- ✔ Your MaxRx Test results
- ✔ Pre-paid shipping to our lab
- ✔ Help along the way