Due to marijuana's history as an illegal substance, many people suffering from ailments that could potentially be treated by medical cannabis are scared away, which is why the Releaf app is foraying to ease the process. The medical app lets patients track their own usage and draws from an anonymous pool of user data.
Since cannabis is a natural substance, its effects are less precisely predictable than those of pharmaceutical drugs. While this doesn't preclude cannabis from being a helpful medicinal product, it does mean that the same strain can affect two people differently. The Releaf app lets users track their medicinal cannabis sessions, recording each change in their experience on a puff by puff basis to get precise data. The app also enters this user information into its anonymous database, creating a crowdsourced research tool for strains and usage info.
The 'Releaf' App Tracks Patients' Cannabis Usage Statistics
1. Medical Cannabis Tracking - Opportunity for apps and technology that allow patients to track their usage and effects of medical cannabis.
2. Crowdsourced Research Tools - Opportunity for platforms that utilize anonymous databases to collect and analyze user data for medical cannabis strains and usage information.
3. Personalized Medicine - Opportunity for personalized healthcare approaches that take into account individual variations in how cannabis affects each patient.
1. Healthcare Technology - Opportunity for technology companies to develop apps, wearable devices, and analytics platforms to track and analyze medical cannabis usage.
2. Medical Cannabis - Opportunity for medical cannabis producers and dispensaries to integrate with tracking apps and leverage crowdsourced data for strain selection and patient education.
3. Clinical Research - Opportunity for clinical research organizations to collaborate with technology providers to conduct studies using crowdsourced data on medical cannabis usage.