Kelee Medicine

In this first study it was estimated that 46 subjects would be needed to complete 12 weeks of KM in order to detect a difference of 5 points in the t-DASS (Depression Anxiety Stress Scale).

The results were better than expected. The
t-DASS improved significantly with a mean overall change of 15.7.

A second medical study looking at the effects of
KM on Nursing “Burn-Out” is in-progress at UCSD Medical Center.

Help support this foundation. 100% of the proceeds from the purchase of this medical study go back into the Kelee Foundation, who’s goal is to support future medical studies showing the effects of KM on stress, anxiety and depression.