Drug Inducer- is any drug that increases the metabolic activity of a medication either by binding to an enzyme and activating it, or by increasing the expression of the gene coding for the medication’s enzymes. Prescription drugs may act as an Inducer when taken with other medications, including Medical Cannabis. Inducers are the opposite of an Inhibitor which can slow down or stop the therapuetic effects of other medications.
**Note: All Navigator Genomics™ Test Results Report includes very valuable information showing which medications are known Inducers and Inhibitors based upon your personal pharmacogenomic (PGx) test responses.
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