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Personal Medicine Dispensary Systems

N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) & Other "Forbidden Fruit" - Central Nervous System Specific Nutrients. is anticipated to revolutionise western medicine and in combination of comprehensive reform of our social structure drastically reduce the demand for many pharmacological products. Universal Asylum seeks to abandon the war on drugs and promote healthy self regulation wherever possible. However, in catering for the vulnerabilities of an aging population who will require drugs of dependance and/or assistence in managing some medications and ensuring they remian free from exploitation as one of many forms of elder abuse.

Universal Asylums' Personal Medicine Dispensary Systems includes interchangable and/or refillable at home and portable medicine "safes" equipped with a range of potential safety features and equipped with smart technology linking to Smart medical intervention & centralised medical grade data collection! and Universal Asylums' One World Leaderless System of Governance - User Interface. The combination of systems is designed to provide the safest and most efficient means of dispensing medication either requiring some regulation and/or assistance for elderly at risk of forgetting to take or forgetting they've taken medications, whilst preventing potential exploitation. Such systems are also intended to contribute to informing the production and distribution of certain medications. Depending on individual circumstances whilst remiaing independent and capable people will have the option of refilling at centralised locations. However, delivery services for people in independent living arrangment, and retirement home/village circumstances is anticipated to increase in demand.

Such systems are also of value to aged care facilities prior to hospital care. As a component of the facilitating such transitions for our ageing populations once Universal Asylums has established adiquate systems and borader institutional capacity, exiting age care facilities of a reasonable standard (if any exist) might be invited to sign executive shares to Universal Asylum or compete with replacement facilities.

There are various ways these could be designed. Secure interchangable cartridges for both fixed systems and portable units is likely the more practicle option. These are anticipated to reduce in capacity requirements as medical science take recolutionary turn in exciting new directions. The most important thing is reliablity and failsafes, to minimise the likihood of malfunction and ensure back up options are availablle. The combination of portable devices already provides one backup option. However, the logistics of mantaining Universal Asylums' Personal Medicine Dispensary Systems will require singnificant planning.

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