The idōs app addresses a key concern of many that have a specific medical issue and desire an educational tool that can guide them towards the practical use of plant based medicine, vitamins, minerals and the inclusion of Traditional, Complimentary, Integrative and Alternative Medicine (TCIAM).
Our subscribers’ consists of: a) people with specific medical issues that wish to self-treat; b) licensed medical professionals (physicians, doctors, nurses…) that utilizes the idōs app as a reference guide (like a Physicians’’ Desktop Reference); c) educational institutions when building course curriculums’; d) scientists studying the pharmacology of the most efficacious use of compounds within the human cell; e) businesses that support novel and unique approaches in healthcare (smart watch, monitoring devices, formulations of medicine…); f) security professionals (executive protection, facility protection…) that need to understand the potential health risks for their client; g) dieticians’ that use food as a form of medicine, integrating that with therapeutics; and h) community, religious and cultural leaders that want a TCIAM lifestyle intervention.
The idōs App uses its patented health risk assessment tool known as Active Epidemiological Risk Analysis (AERA) to determine the causation of medical issues like breathing issues, panic attacks, anxiety and even the onset of the flu, based upon threat collection data gathering from nearby. The system attributes the natural causing events like floods, cold weather, an outbreak; human caused threats such as intentional crimes and accidental events like an accident; and technological events that may cause blackouts and issues with the internet. An example would be smoke from wildfire may cause people difficulty in breathing. In this example, the idōs app intuitively recommends specially formulated therapeutic products for the end user.
The idōs App allows the end user to geographically change locations; physiologically change their medical ailments, like having a headache; and interact with their primary medical issues, like Alzheimer’s disease simultaneously and automatically adjusting the therapeutics.
Traditional, Complimentary, Integrative and Alternative Medicine (TCIAM) include healing approaches and therapies that historically have not been included in conventional, mainstream Western medicine.
TCIAM is often thought of as medicine that is not based on the principles of mainstream Western medicine. However, this characterization is not strictly accurate. One key difference between TCIAM and mainstream medicine is the strength of evidence supporting best practices. Mainstream medicine, when possible, bases its practices only on the most conclusive scientific evidence.
In contrast, TCIAM bases its practices on evidence-informed practices—practices based on the best evidence available, even when such evidence does not meet the highest, strictest criteria for efficacy and safety. Interestingly, some TCIAM practices, including use of some dietary supplements, have been validated by traditional scientific criteria. idōs looked at the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and how it impacted the homeostasis of a human body. Part of this was to rethinks how the 11 organ systems (skeletal, muscular, lymphatic, respiratory, integumentary, digestive, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, urinary and reproductive systems) may impacted by the use of TCIAM.
Early on scientist discovered that the compounds and plants discovered had a multi-phasic effect on the human body, meaning that when one compound (i.e., CBD) combined with another (i.e., vitamin D) will give a therapeutic solution or in some cases, cause it to be less effective or even harmful.
This is where nutraceuticals, vitamins, minerals, plant based products, phytocannabinoids act differently in every human’s endocannabinoid system (physiological issues, medical conditions, geocentric threat analysis and accessibility to phytocannabinoids), their level of pain, energy (lack of), appetite (wasting syndrome), sleep habits and mental well-being (homeostasis). This paragraph merely explains our term of multi-phasic, which comes in different forms.
Dose is the measured quantity of a therapeutic agent to be taken at one time or at certain times of a person’s waking moment. Delivery methods are decided at this juncture. Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of each compound helps the system to determine most likely therapeutic dose needed.
Layering is a method or activity of propagating compounds and elements on top of another. A sheet of one substance lying on another and distinguished from it by a difference in compound element. This can be known as an entourage effect to phytocannabinoids.
A methodology is defined as a body of methods, rules, and postulates employed by a discipline; a particular procedure or set of procedures demonstrating research. Research methods are normally grouped into four main types based on methods for collection: observational (watching, asking, experiencing, and witnessing), experimental (laboratory, scientific, hypothesis, looking for variable changes…), simulation (based on data or past known practices, predicted performance or therapeutic estimates are used. It’s like titrating to a sweet spot, it requires a personal touch to achieve) and derived (involves the use of existing data points, often from different data sources, to create new data through some sort of transformation, such as an arithmetic formula or aggregation.
It was through this methodology that the idōs team created a system that understands the endocannabinoid system (human cells) and its interaction (signaling pathways) upon diseases, disorders, cancers and ailments. Using the National Library of Medicine from the NIH (National Institutes of Health) as reference (documented medical evidence a scientific studies), the idōs app became the tool (machine learning) to formulate nutraceuticals (natural medicine) indicating the most therapeutic amount of compounds (vitamins, minerals, rare cannabinoids…) in a pill.
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