Hmmm, i live in Australia and we don't have do it yourself kits here; you have to get a doc script to get a special order done. My brother asked me mine, and i didn't know, then he asked me to see what the response was when i went to check it out.
I was surprised at the reaction of the doctor. He asked ten questions why i wanted it and that i didn't need it! He still did my test, and when it came back and i went to see him, he said that they tested for everything else but the actual blood type. I asked for him to do it again, and we went through the ten questions again.
My brother and a few friends have had the same response from different docs from around the country. Whats the go? I am surprised it doesn't even come up on the personal file!
You would think that knowing a blood type would affect a certain script for any drug recommended by your doc, yeah?
If certain foods can have a major effect on our health (i'm talking long term here) wouldn't certain drugs too? Eg: why are so many people suffering diabetes and cancers? Check the study on Eskimos and what happened to a sample who were given salads and lean meals; they had to stop. Their cholesterol went through the roof!
Some foods are good for some people, so look into your family histories, and eat seasonal foods! Eg: not summer foods in winter etc. Have a great day, Saint Crispin.