Analysis of Q-Genes shows there is a strong association with metabolism, growth, homeostasis, immune response and plants used in Chinese medicines. Drugs used to treat diseases show consistently higher percentages of Q-Genes than the diseases themselves. Newer drugs have increased associations with Q-Genes to 76%.
We believe Q-Genes are important in the development of new, more effective drugs to treat diseases. Our research on Chinese medicines and foods show where the genetic products can be sourced.
With gene-readers becoming more accessible, it opens up the possibility of having individual genome analysis conducted and then using Q-Genes therapy to combat mutations, diseases, and disorders.
Using the latest research papers, journal articles, and on-line discussions in blogs, gene arrays for the seven major components of the small compound are updated twice a year, producing the latest array of Q-Genes.
We have developed a Well-Being Index. It is based on the physiological unconscious balance of homeostasis and the psychological (conscious) balance of emotion, both of which are controlled by the small compound and the release of the two different hormones in the mitochondria of all human cells,