Find the Right Depression Anxiety ADHD Medications Based on Your DNA
Take the first step with an easy in-home saliva test
One Size Doesn't Fit All
Medications work differently in everyone
You have genetic variants that impact how you metabolize medications. ClarityX helps identify the best medications based on your unique DNA.
The most up to date clinical guidance from the FDA including evidence based recommendations.
Find out exactly which medications are right for you. Gain insights that you and your doctor can use to create a precise medication plan.
Get started with 3 easy steps
How it works
1. Click The Get Started Button
Request your ClarityX test and complete the checkout process.
2. Receive & Activate
Activate your kit online and perform a simple cheek swab. Return sample in the pre-paid envelope provided.
3. Receive Your Results
You will receive your personalized report in your ClarityX patient portal. Share your results with your doctors and get back to being you again.
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A Clear Path To A Clear Mind
Which Test is Right for You?
The ClarityX Mindwell Test will give you and your doctor definitive answers as to how you will respond to mental wellness medications. Including clear insight on which medications will work best for your condition based on your unique genetic profile Including
✔ Clinical Depression
✔ Anxiety Disorder
✔ Bipolar Disorder
✔ ADHD / ADD
✔ Opioid Withdrawal
✔ Pain ManagementGet StartedView Sample Report
ClarityX MaxRx goes beyond mental wellness giving you a complete picture as to what medications will work best for you, which medications will require a dosage adjustment, which drugs may put you at risk for unwanted side effects based on your genetic profile.
Including 16 additional therapeutic areas:
✔ Sjogren’s Syndrome
✔ Chronic Liver Disease
✔ Nausea & Loss of Appetite
✔ Overactive Bladder
✔ Huntington’s Disease & Tardive Dyskinesia
✔ Alzheimer's & Dementia
✔ AnticancerGet StartedView Sample Report
of patients with major depression do not respond to typical antidepressant medications
of the population has at least one actionable gene mutation that affects drug metabolism
The Science Behind ClarityX
The pharmacogenetic (PGx) test is a clinically proven, genetic-based decision support tool that analyzes clinically important genetic variations that may affect your response to current and future prescribed medications.
The American Medical Association recognizes that Cytochrome P450 enzymes are responsible for approximately 70% of drug metabolism in the body.
Currently, more than 450 popularly prescribed medications contain pharmacogenetic information in their FDA approved labels.
The results of the test can help your doctor prescribe more genetically optimal medications and avoid medications that may cause side effects, be less likely to work and avoid future hospitalizations.
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The ClarityX Advantage
ClarityX translates complex genetic jargon into a custom consumer friendly report anyone can read and understand.
ClarityX results are displayed in an easy to read 3 column format Link
Green = Medication that you can take
Yellow = Use with caution and proper dosage
Red = Avoid these Medications
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The answer is Yes if you have experienced the following:
∙ Struggled with getting on the right medication.
∙ Suffered with medications that just didn’t work for you.
∙ Currently not on medication, and want to see which medications are right for you.
∙ Had adverse side effects from medications in the past.
∙ Got prescribed the wrong medication in the past.
∙ Wasted time and money on trial and error with medications.
ClarityX is one of only a few medical grade FDA approved tests on the market. Only CLIA and COLA Certified laboratories have the licensing and expertise to conduct this type of advanced molecular testing.
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Some drug side effects are caused by behavior, such as mixing two drugs together or taking medication at the wrong time intervals. However, in several cases, adverse effects are the result of genetics.