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ALL About White Horn Kratom

by Editor |February 27, 2018 |0 Comments | Kratom Info | , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

 

 

 

White Vein Horned Kratom Effects, Dosage, And User Reviews

  

Talking about the rare Kratom strains, white vein Horned Kratom is one of them.

You may never know the effect of Horned Kratom leaves, but it is famous for all the right reasons.

For the new Kratom users, white vein horned Kratom is a new type of traditional Mitragyna speciosa tree which has particular benefits to offer.

The users endorse it for a high energy strain, and it is perfect for someone who wants a boosting Kratom experience.

The way it will work for you needs a proper guideline of use, quantity, and method. A first timer may not know all this before so here is all the information to help you.

What does white vein Horned Kratom mean?

white vein horn kratom leafIt is a new name which is admittedly different from traditional Kratom strains.

If you are a regular Kratom user, you may know that most of the Kratom strains get their names from their respective regions of growth.

Looking for white vein horned Kratom, it doesn’t appear to be the name of a place. Indeed it is not a region but a particular type of leaves.

White vein means that this individual Kratom has bright white veins instead of typical green veins.

Horned leaf is an unusual shape of leaves which appear to be similar with horns.

It is way different from the standard leaf form, and one can easily differentiate between these two.

The complete name of white vein Horned leaves shows that there may be other horned leaves which are not white.

That’s true; horned leaves grow in red, green and white strains. Out of all these, white strains are the most soothing and energetic.

That is why white vein Horned Kratom is now gaining sky high popularity.

 

 


Where does it grow?

borneo islandThe regular Kratom strains grow in their respective locations which are even easy to guess from their names.

In case of horned Kratom, these specialized horn shaped leaves of Kratom grow only at one place.

It only grows in Indonesia, particularly at Borneo which is an island territory of Indonesia.

Its location is near to the Kalimantan which is near the Indonesian Border with Malaysia. Thel eaves don’t grow in abundance.

Even if someone finds a patch of them, the white vein horn leaves are less likely to be a part of it.

White vein Kratom leaves grow much lesser as compared to red and green vein leaves. For this, they are always a rare thing to find.

Also, this is the reason that white vein horned Kratom was not popular before, as it was not even common to find at that time.

How do white horned leaves benefit a user?

It’s not just the rare occurrence which makes the status of white horned leaves so stable, but the effects contribute too.

The benefits are what adds to its fame at large. People prefer to use white vein leaves of horned strains because of the following reasons.

  • It elevates the energy level

    energy levelThe most widely remarkable effect of white vein horned Kratom is the energy boost that gives to the user.

    For some people, it is the best morning supplement which retains the energy evenly for the day ahead.

    The use of white horned leaves powder overcomes the usual feeling of lethargy, weakness, and lack of motivation.

    This quality makes the demand of white horned leaves more by working professionals and students.

  • It is a natural stimulant

    For the general fatigue and down feeling, a stimulatory agent like white vein horned leaves works best.

    It works best for all user, irrespective of their previous experience with Kratom.

  • It improves the mood

    improves the moodThe probability of having a bad day will be a lot less if the user prefers white vein horned Kratom over other strains and supplements.

    White vein leaves which have special appearance work efficiently for improving the mood.

    It also overcomes the extreme mood swings and provides an overall self-control to the user.

  • It initiates a positive thinking

    positive thinkingIt doesn’t look like an effect, but work load, stress, and fatigue can make anyone pessimistic.

    To avoid this feeling, white horned Kratom leaves are a great help.

    Having a regular dose of horned white vein powder makes the user optimistic and confident.

    It eventually benefits his work efficiency and decisions.

  • It is a nootropic Kratom strain

    The benefits suggest white horned Kratom to be the best natural nootropic. These safe properties ensure the user for the benefits.

    It is better to use it over the chemical supplements which are artificial and damaging by nature.

  • It is euphoric

    What the extreme effect of white vein leaves in horned shape is that they are capable of inducing euphoria.

    However, this euphoria is less likely to occur at small doses. Only the high dose of this particular strain brings it up.

    The euphoric potential of white horned Kratom is very desirable among users.


How much dosage of white horned powder is enough?

The dosage sensitivity of Kratom is no more a myth. Nearly every user knows that best effects come with the small dose. For the new users, here is the basic dosage guideline.

  • A small dose (2 grams-4 grams)

    Brings the stimulation, improves the mood, adds motivation, enhances the work efficiency and energy boost.

  • A moderate dose (3 grams -5 grams)

    Brings active attitude control, significant energy boost, best nootropic effects and improve the cognitive as well as the physical working of the user.

  • High dose (4 grams to 8 grams and over)

    It usually brings the extreme relaxation, energetic experience along with euphoria. The euphoria only appears on higher dose whereas all other effects start to fade away.

    For this reason, it is famous that Kratom works best on small dose when approximately all effects hit the user for a long time.

    These effects last for 4-6 hours and new users; it may last even longer. Users suggest to try it on an empty stomach for the more fulfilling experience with stable outcomes.

What includes in white vein horned strains?

Horned leaves are only the shape of leaves which is different from the standard Kratom leaves. It doesn’t mean that it is a new strain.

It is the same Indonesian strain which is otherwise available at all big Kratom stores.

Considering the horned leaves, most of the Indonesian white strains Kratom strains are available under horned leave appearance.

If you see a product as white vein horned leaf powder at an online store, it is more likely to be a mixture of any two or white strain.

Otherwise, they are available by the specific name, i.e., horned Maeng Da.

Using a mixture of multiple strains is good in a way that it has the best effects of all.

However, if the user is looking for one certain benefit, using a particular strain’s horned leaves is better.

Can you easily find horned leaves?

horned leavesThe only reason that horned strains of Kratom are not commonly available is that they are not easy to find.

First, their natural growth is prolonged and white vein leaves are less in number to grow.

Secondly, even after they are here, the Kratom supplierswho can stock it are only a few.

Finding and processing white horned leaves is a long process which takes so much time and effort.

The average level Kratom vendors don’t put effort to find it. That is the reason that you may not see horned strains in the stock of many Kratom vendors.

Another thing is that one has to be extra careful when ordering horned Kratom.

Many shady websites take advantage of the rare occurrence and present any random leaves powder as horned leaves.

To avoid a possible scam, always order white horned Kratom from a top class and trustable Kratom brand.

What are users saying about it?

users reviewsMajority of the user views online show that white horned Kratom is making their Kratom experience enjoyable.

A user named surely tempo started a discussion thread where his experience with white vein horned leaves appears to be a lovely, stimulatory and euphoric thing with the dosage 5.0 grams only.

Another active Reddit user Celtics1899 shares the experience with white horned to be amazingly energetic and a favorite strain to use.

A commentator with the user name  2minutestomidnight shares that capsule form of white horned Kratom leaves was the best experience.

The style of using Kratom of this user was different; it had initial and secondary dosages.

For a very high dosage, white horned leaves were active within 15 minutes of consuming it.

The effects were very stable and easy going, and they were helpful to overcome the effects of red Bali for two weeks.

However, some users share opposite views. For example a Reddit username ResearchLibertine shares that white horned leaves do have some energetic potential, but it is so weak than green and red vein leaves.

Other comments on this same thread suggest that white vein doesn’t work same for all.

Mixing it with any other strain may become a right combination for all those which think white horned Kratom isn’t working for them.

A similar thread shares the experience of another user which describes the regular dose, i.e., 5 grams to be not effective.

On the same thread, a user SighOp shares that the serious effects need 3 hours to come.

The slight difference between opinions suggests that white vein horned leaves don’t work the same way for everyone. One has to be extra cautious when selecting a strain.

The effects which come with Kratom also depend on the health status, time and method to use Kratom and previous experience with Kratom.

 

 


 

 

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by Editor |February 2, 2018 |1 Comments | F2 Kratom Life Experience | , , , , , , ,

Opiates to Kratom to Suboxone Withdraws

After searching for some guidance, and support, I stumbled upon this site. I read a few threads, and decided to sign up. I have zero experience with forums of any kind, and have never posted a thread in my life. So, please bear with me as I may make some mistakes. I’m still unfamiliar with how most of this works. I decided to post my own thread instead of saying all of this on someone elses, so I wouldn’t steal any attention away from their problem. I guess I did the right thing…I dunno. I’m positive that cold turkey >> tapering, and maybe even antidepressants have been discussed to death in this forum. If it is easier to direct me to another thread for answers, then please feel free…but i’m mostly just looking for a support network, and someone to talk to, who has experience quitting subs and knows something about the effects of anti-depressants. Anyway, here is a brief backstory illustrating how I ended up where I am at this very moment…with a couple of questions towards the end.

I am a 33 yr old Army veteran with a ninja complex. I am an aspiring writer, and…Wait. That sounds like my resume’. That info has no relevancy here. lol. Ok, here it is… It goes without saying that pain meds were the seed that grew this vine around my throat. Specifically, percs and tabs. They seemed to give me the energy to do the things I needed to do. Did I actually need them? No. I thought that I was a better person with them, however. I thought that they leveled me out, and corrected some kind of chemical imbalance I might have had in my brain, by making me happier, more social, and more energetic. I mean, that’s how I was supposed to be, right? That’s how all my friends seemed to be, WITHOUT drugs. I considered anti-depressants, but I had grown to really enjoy that opiate buzz, and figured that I could never feel as energetic, or as happy from anti-d’s as I did from perc-10’s. It wasn’t until I moved, and had zero access to pain meds that I realized how addicted I was. We all know what opiate withdrawals are like. After I unwillingly suffered through it all, I turned to alcohol. It was the only thing that helped me get any sleep. I didn’t drink a lot, to the point of getting “drunk”, but I drank everyday. Eventually, I moved back to my home town, and gradually started back on the pain meds. Before I knew it, most of every check was going towards pills, and I was sick once a month whenever my source went dry. I wanted off. I wanted out…but I couldn’t afford to go through wd’s and miss any work. Not to mention, I think I was literally AFRAID of the withdrawals…as if they were demons sent to vacuum my soul from it’s body, and take their sweet, terrifying time doing it. Then a buddy of mine stumbled across something on the internet called Kratom.

After doing a lot of research on this stuff, I decided to try it. According to what I had read, it was kind of like an herbal opiate, and completely legal…in the U.S. anyway. So…I ordered some, tried it, and loved it. Not only had I found something that would get me off the pills, but it made me feel great, was way cheaper, legal, and easy to get. I made Kratom “tea” (it’s more like mud water, and tastes like dirt) about 3 times a day for a COUPLE of YEARS. What I didn’t realize (until the first time I ran out after months of having it) was that this too had it’s own set of wd’s. While it wasn’t QUITE as bad as opiate wd’s, it was pretty bad after being on it for so long…bad enough that I started to fear running out. It wasn’t until my buddy (who was on it too) started experiencing some strange side effects from it, that I actually considered quitting. He got to the point to where he couldn’t take it without getting dizzy, and experiencing numbness in his face…unpleasant, scary numbness. A few months later, I started getting dizzy when I would take it as well. I also started having blurred vision, cold sweats, and couldn’t keep my eyes still. Quitting time. I quit cold turkey…and it was HARD. I couldn’t sleep for anything. I had cold sweats, diarrhea, and hot flashes that went back to cold sweats, body aches, fever, depression, etc, etc. After a week and a half of this, a buddy of mines dad came over and gave me half of a suboxone. I had no idea what it was at the time.

I took half of it. An hour later, I felt completely fine! No WD’s! I was amazed at how well it worked. I took the other half, and something even more amazing happened…not only were the wd’s gone, but I actually felt GOOD! Suboxone…my savior! Yeah. For the past year and a half, Suboxone has been my…”savior”. When the subs wore off, the kratom wd’s came back. So, I went and got more subs. My friends dad had a prescription, but he got way more than he needed. So, he would sell his leftovers to me. I started buying from him every two weeks, without fail. When I first started taking it, it made me feel great. I didn’t get that opiate buzz…I just felt…good. You guys know what i’m talking about. I felt normal again. Even my usual aches were gone. I stopped drinking…stopped everything. Suboxone straightened me out. It changed my life…for the better…for awhile. Eventually I realized that I had once again traded a vice for a vice, and that this new found freedom from fear, and dependency was just an illusion. I was simply in a shinier, and more lightweight set of shackles now. I realized this the first time my source went out of town, and I had no way to restock. I was out, completely, for 2 weeks. How did that go? It was AGONY. I’ll say it again…AGONY. It was enough to motivate me to get a better job, lol, JUST so I would never run out again. Well, things happen. Heck, i’ve even tried not taking it on purpose a few times for a couple weeks, just to see if I could kick it if I really wanted to…AGONY. Like I said, when I first started taking it, it made me feel the good kind of normal again, and it made my life better…for awhile. Soon I realized that my tolerance was increasing, and I was spending more money on it than I could afford. Not only that, but it didn’t seem to have the same effect as it used to. I didn’t really feel good anymore. I was just taking it to keep from being sick, which is the intended purpose of the medication, I know…to keep you from being sick, and not necessarily to make you feel good…but I started wondering why I was even taking it. I only felt decent when I had it in my system, and if I didn’t, I felt like I was dying. It just…stopped making sense. It was about 6 months ago that I decided I needed to kick suboxone. After a year and a half of taking it, and a collective 3 years of opiate addiction, i’m sick of these chains. I’m sick of the ups and downs. I’m sick of it digging it’s claws deeper and deeper into my chemistry as each day passes. I’m sick of being dependent on it…on anything. I’m sick of the money it costs. I’m sick of how content it has made me with how lame my life is, and how it seems to have somehow fogged my brain over time. I want to kick it, but I have no support network, and I know how difficult it is…which is why i’m here.

So, to sum it up…the kratom got me off of the pills, and the suboxone got me off of the kratom. Now, i’m stuck on the suboxone. Don’t get me wrong, suboxone can work wonders for you…IF you are on a time sensitive program. The longer you’re on it however, the harder it is to kick. I’ve gotten myself down to 4mg a day, but…now I only have 2 pills left. I recently lost my job due to an arm injury. I know it’ll be pointless for me to start a new job if i’m about to go through wd’s. So, I filed for unemployment 3 weeks ago, and it should be kicking in soon. I figured if ever there was a time to kick suboxone, it’s now. I won’t even have access to more subs for another 2 weeks. So, even if I took a quarter a day, the two I have still wouldn’t last me. So, i’m doing it. I’m kicking it now. It just makes sense.

Kratom and the Wounded Veterans

by Editor |September 25, 2017 |0 Comments | Kratom Info | , , ,

Written by Paul Kemp

Kratom and the Wounded Veterans

How Kratom Might Help Prevent Veteran Suicides

We all have probably heard by now that an average of 22 U.S. military veterans commit suicide every day. These are vets of all ages, many of whom served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. They are getting quite old and this, no doubt, plays a role in what led them to take their own life.

We have also heard of the incompetence and low quality of the medical services provided by the Veterans Administration’s hospitals. It’s bad enough that these men and women became injured doing a dangerous job for our country, but — what is really galling is that our country hasn’t delivered the quality medical care which these folks were promised.

In my work with the American Kratom Association, I had the pleasure of meeting one U.S. Air Force vet who opened my eyes to a reason for these suicides that I had never considered. His name is Josh and he told me that the reason many kill themselves is that the VA is stingy (just like many personal care physicians) in prescribing enough pain medications that make their injuries tolerable.

Josh has faced this problem, so he knows that this policy exists in the VA hospitals, just as it does in doctors’ offices around the country. In the VA, it might be motivated more by budgetary constraints than by concerns that veterans are abusing their painkillers or selling them, etc.

Josh loves what kratom does for him — and he doesn’t have to beg the doctor for each prescription!

All I know is that veterans are being left in pain with few other options for relief.

But, fortunately, even though money doesn’t grow on trees, one pain medication does: Kratom, an herb that is actually a leaf that grows on a tree related to the coffee plant.

To remedy this serious problem, I’d like to suggest the VA do some studies on offering kratom to vets for pain, depression, and anxiety relief. Many older vets, especially those from the Vietnam era who came in contact with Agent Orange, now have Type-2 diabetes and many people using kratom have told me kratom is helping them with Type-2 diabetes.

The VA is currently using MDMA (Ecstasy, a controlled substance), in sessions conducted by a psychiatrist, that is showing promise for helping vets with PTSD. This is very costly and cannot begin to help the many vets who currently are ready to kill themselves or others due to emotional trauma caused by PTSD.

I can imagine what the VA’s excuses will be why they cannot use the herb kratom, which has been used safely in countries around the world with a better safety record than many over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen. People are killing themselves, but the VA is worried kratom might hurt them somehow.

My wish in writing this blog is to reach veterans who are in pain and/or suffering from PTSD, depression, and anxiety and let them know there is an herb that many people say is helping them deal with these issues better than any prescription medicine has. You can read some testimonials HERE.

There has been one limited short-term medical study done on humans at this time — but, we have had millions of our fellow Americans quietly using kratom with very few problems, most of which might be blamed on other drugs or herbs they were taking.

I did hear of one VA doctor who recommended kratom to one patient confidentially. I hope that more VA and other medical personnel will recommend this multi-purpose herb to other vets who need relief from pain, PTSD, anxiety, lethargy, and depression. Kratom has helped many, according to the testimonies of others I’ve met, some of them even doctors and nurses, themselves!

 

http://www.ilovekratom.com/kratom-news-blog/79-kratom-and-the-wounded-veterans

Kratom – A Creative Solution to America’s Addiction Epidemic

by Editor |August 31, 2017 |0 Comments | Kratom Info, Stories | , , , , , ,

Kratom – A Creative Solution to America’s Addiction Epidemic

Kratom -- A Creative Solution to America's Addiction Epidemic

Kratom, that mysterious herb that evening news reporters urge us to fear, is actually doing a better job at ending opioid drug addiction than pricey drug rehab stays ever could. Why is there so much blind opposition to what is clearly American ingenuity at work?

The Answer Is Obvious: Money! Conventional Drug Rehab is Big Business with 4060% Return Customers.

In the USA, painkiller addiction usually starts with a visit to the doctor. Addiction should be no surprise when we have so many painful conditions for which the medical profession has no cures. Primarily, doctors rely on pain relieving opioid drugs to ease the symptoms. Many patients manage to walk the fine line of dependence and avoid addiction, but others, for a variety of reasons, do not succeed at this tightrope act.

The widespread use of Kratom is merely a populist response to a massive problem that is not being addressed in a user-friendly fashion. We have no clear idea of how much Kratom use is medicinal and how much is recreational, but the medicinal users are more in need of a voice. They have a compelling story that is not being told — and they stand to lose a lot, as a result, if Kratom is banned.

People became addicted to opioid drugs because, for a time, that was all that was being offered to control the pain associated with Lyme, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, and Fibromyalgia, to name just a few. When the DEA put pressure on medical doctors to stop prescribing so many pain pills and patches — and “pill mills” were shut down — patients turned to the Internet, looking for legal, natural sources of relief. There, they found Kratom.

It is more accurate to say that “they found information about Kratom”. It is a matter of conjecture when Kratom was first brought to the USA and sold to the public in any organized fashion. Kratom has long been used in Oriental medicine, but unless it was proved that it was sold in the U.S. before the date of the enactment of the Dietary Health Safety and Education Act of October 15, 1994, Kratom still exists in a state of legal limbo.

Kratom, While Currently Legal in 46 States, Is Facing Intense Opposition, Calling for it to be Banned

Nevertheless, Kratom was evidently brought here and distributed by some botanical entrepreneur as long ago as 2000. This, however, means that Kratom — as it stands now — will still need to prove its scientific merits and safety in expensive testing, quite unlike the many native and imported herbs that just happened to have been here before the arbitrary 10-15-1994 date of DSHEA.

This expense will no doubt be passed along to the consumers of Kratom, pricing the herb beyond the affordability of many Americans who have been surviving on disability payments for years while vainly hoping for a cure to their disease.

Kratom Offers a Major Cost and Convenience Advantage Over Conventional Drug Rehab Programs Getting free from narcotics is relatively easy when you know there is a way to overcome the terrors of withdrawal. Kratom is the ticket to a minimally-uncomfortable withdrawal and, — as Dr. Edward Boyer describes withdrawal — “we learned that Kratom blunts that process awfully, awfully well.”

Actually, there are two locks on the door that prevent addicts from leaving their habits, even though most want to. One is their awareness of how humiliating and inconvenient the conventional system of rehab is, and the other is that they have either never heard of Kratom or they doubt that an herb could truly cancel most of the withdrawal from a powerful narcotic like OxyContin.

(There are also a smaller number of addicts who like opiates and don’t mind the inconveniences of the lifestyle it creates. There is not much we can do for them.)

For many chronic pain patients, opioid drugs have stopped working and they are left with the dreary side-effects of brain fog, social isolation, and the prospect of spending the rest of their lives in bed, depressed, still in pain, barely living.

Obtaining some Kratom from online vendors is easy enough. Learning to use it successfully is accomplished with coaching from the virtual Peanut Gallery of experienced observers on Facebook. Then, like one’s first parachute jump, those who are committed to avoiding the agony that is already creeping over them (perhaps because their doctor has cut them off) gives them the courage to try Kratom.

Will it work for me?” is a question that comes up in various forms as newbies join Kratom chat groups on Facebook and are wondering how and IF Kratom could work for them.

The crowd of loving, experienced bystanders usually chimes in with encouragement and their own stories of success.

As the curious newbie scans the chat strings of the group, they may find people like themselves sharing, in real time, their detoxification experiences, helped by Kratom. They can ask questions of real people going through the same experience they are considering. This helps greatly in persuading them to “take the leap of faith” and trust that Kratom will cushion their descent and return them unharmed to sobriety, while removing the pain that led to addiction.

Here are snippets of one typical conversation string of a young mother, Kristi, who is about 4 days into withdrawal at this point:

Kristi: “I am just in awe about how awesome Kratom really does work!”

Kristi: “My 9 year old doesn’t know that I am detoxing from my narcotics and she said, “Momma you look different today. You look so pretty!” That made me feel good and is helping me get thru this. I am shocked she noticed such a big difference in just 45 hours!!!!!”

“I don’t feel bad at all. I am sleepy and just sitting around. I feel good except for my tummy feels a little nauseous. I keep waiting for withdrawals to get crazy but it hasn’t. I highly recommend doing this. Best part is my pain levels used to be insane but I am not in any pain at all! No joke. If I would have known this was this easy, I would have done this along time ago. Thank you all for the encouragement. I know I couldn’t have ever done this without all of you cheering me on!”

Maria: “I kept questioning when the hammer was going to drop and I would get sick sick in detox. Finally after a week I was like “Okay, I guess this is life and that really just happened. A plant worked when everything else had failed.”

Kristi: “Now I see just how bad pain meds made me feel. Pain meds amplified my pain times a 1,000. I am sitting here in no pain at all.

Pain meds are evil. They want to take your life. I truly believe that now.”

Maria: “I was on a crash course with a death wish it seems and couldn’t seem to stop it until I found Kratom!!”

Enter the Naysayers

Here is a solution from “outside the box”. I have watched the same people get on with their lives. I have surveyed them to see if they have relapsed at all. Only a few have admitted they had: Something may have gone badly in their life or perhaps the underlying pain — emotional or physical — that caused them to seek a prescription came back and the Kratom they had wasn’t enough to handle it.

Those I’ve talked with who admitted they had relapsed found the opioids were not as much fun as they remembered and they quickly found their way back to sobriety with Kratom.

Remember, real pain was what drove them to the doctor to find relief. Since conventional medical practitioners have no cures for any of these issues, there is still the underlying need for something to help them handle the pain. Accusing Kratom of being “just trading one addiction for another” misses this crucial point.

To ban Kratom because there isn’t the money behind it to fund the millions of dollars worth of studies to prove its safety, is absurd. Most of the drugs that are now causing one hundred thousand U.S. deaths a year were all approved by the FDA; Kratom, by itself, has yet to kill anyone in hundreds of years of field-testing in humans. FDA approval is no guarantee of safety; it is merely a barrier to entry that keeps inexpensive natural products out of the hands of the public.

Since we are at risk whether we take prescribed pharmaceuticals or OTC natural herbs, shouldn’t we be free to choose which we prefer?

Turning Kratom into another pharmaceutical drug is not the answer. There is no need. Taking this herb apart to turn each of Kratom’s 29 or so alkaloids into prescription drugs isn’t needed for safety. Most Kratom consumers agree it would be hard to improve on Nature. It works fine, as it is.

Kratom works so well because it is a combination-of-ingredients formula which covers many issues quite well at low cost. Unlike pharmaceuticals, it is impossible to cause a fatal overdose.

Dr. Ed Boyer: “Of course, now that we have a country with many addicted people dying of respiratory depression, having a drug that can effectively treat your pain with no respiratory depression, I think that’s pretty cool. It might be worth a second look for pharma companies.” Elsewhere Dr. Boyer said, Interestingly, respiratory depression following Kratom administration has not been observed in either humans or in animal toxicology studies…”

Kratom is more than a better pain reliever, without most of the downside of opiate and opioid painkillers. Kratom is a combination of ingredients that addresses, not only pain, but also anxiety, depression, fatigue, and diabetes — all at the same low cost. Kratom is now producing great savings for the U.S. medical system, as the consumer pays for it out of their own pocket and it saves insurance or Medicare from paying for multiple prescriptions for that individual!

Is it any wonder that Big Pharma, Rehab clinics and others with a vested financial interest in the status quo don’t like Kratom? Is it any wonder that media channels like the New York Times and the TV stations throughout the nation are quick to agree that Kratom may be dangerous … to their profits?

And so, we see this “proxy war” on the TV and in the mass print media, proclaiming Kratom the new threat to our innocent children, which is not the real issue, at all. The real issue is that Kratom is helping hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of Americans by now, get free of multiple addictive prescription drugs and replace them with one inexpensive herb and they feel better than they have felt for years.

These people are not deluded, doped-up, or hallucinating. This is merely the result of neutralizing the pain, freeing them from the opioid side-effects, and providing a mild adrenal stimulation.

With an aging population and a medical monopoly system that sucks out 19% of the the GNP of the U.S. economy, maybe Congress should consider the benefits of Kratom for reducing budget red ink, while reducing opioid addiction.

Maybe our states, instead of trying to ban Kratom one-by-one, should consider the savings to their budgets that Kratom is providing.

Must we shame our politicians by asking, “Are campaign funding by the pharmaceutical and the drug rehab industries sufficient reason for you to ignore the benefits this herb could provide to the people of your state?” We’d like to believe our politicians are better than that. The ultimate test is how they vote, not what they say on this subject.

If Kratom was only used for helping addicts detox and get free from addiction, it would be a God-send, but, it is so much more. It should be welcomed, not harassed and threatened with state or national bans (which never work, anyway).

Kratom Success 3

by Editor |August 21, 2017 |0 Comments | Kratom News | , , ,

My story might not be as intense as some. I do not suffer from Fibromyalgia, Crippling Anxiety, or PTSD. However I do suffer from a condition called Nephrotic Syndrome, a condition I was diagnosed with at age 3. The medications I have needed to take to treat my condition caused a great impact to my body. In the fifth grade I sustained a compression fracture in my back. At age 18 I had avascular necrosis appear in my hip, the only treatment for which was to have my left hip totally replaced, and in 2014 at the age of twenty-five avascular necrosis reared its head again in my right knee, causing me to undergo another surgery, this time to have a wedge impanted in my leg to re align the weight distribution on my knee as well as having broken bits of bone taken out. I still don’t have full range of motion with my right knee even after a year of physical therapy. On top of this I’ve had to deal with migraines since 1995. According to my Nephrologist the only OTC pain reliever I can take that will not impact my kidneys is Tylenol. Aside from that the only other pain relief that was offered to me as safe were by prescription, those options being Tramadol, or Norco. Now having had this condition since I was 3 Tylenol does nothing to alleviate my pain, even if I take the full 3000 mg allotted as safe by the FDA, Tramadol likewise did not work to alleviate my pain. As you can imagine no doctor is willing to prescribe narcotics to me for my pain. Not to mention I’m not keen on the idea of being on opiods for such a long period of time, given that my family has a propensity for becoming addicted to things easily. Less than a year ago I found out about Kratom, and it has helped me greatly! On the days where my pain is very high it truly makes a big difference. My back tends to bother me most and after I take a small dose, while the pain does not vanish completely it simply becomes very very dull. It does the same thing with my legs when they bother me, the stabbing or aching recedes to the back and life becomes easier and the quality improves tremendously. I also enjoy the natural energy that comes with it, and the clarity of thought. This plant is a wonder, and a gift. I do not know what I would do without it. I feel like pharmaceuticals have little left to offer me in the way of pain relief, and I don’t want to risk becoming an addict doing untold damage to my organs. Kratom has helped to make my life more productive, and a lot less painful.

Josh McMahon

 

Kratom Success Story 2

by Editor |August 21, 2017 |0 Comments | Kratom News | , , ,

Greetings to my new Kratom family, my name is Tom, I am 51 and I live with my wife in a small town on the East Coast of North Carolina. I am fairly new to this group and to Kratom as well. I don’t have any chronic conditions that I take Kratom for other than the occasional migraines, some arthritis in my shoulder and the typical aches and pains you start to get at my age. The main reason why I am such a big supporter of Kratom and why I love my favorite vendor “Golden Rule Botanicals” so much is because Kratom and GRB gave my son his life back. My son who is 29 now served his country as a Battlefield Medic in the Wardak Province, Afghanistan. I thank God everyday that my son came home alive, but he did not come home in one piece. The war has left deep mental scars from horrors he witnessed that we can’t even imagine and his body has aged well beyond its years from the many patrols through the mountainous terrain he had to march with all the heavy gear on his back. The mental toll left him with major PTSD that caused him bad Insomnia and when he did sleep, it wasn’t for very long due to the chronic back pain and the nightmares. My son was very angry for a long time due to the lack of sleep and chronic pain: the VA was a joke, instead of helping him, the simply added to his frustration and anger, he was very difficult to be around because he would blow up over the slightest thing. The medication the VA tried to put him on simply made him more angry (on of the may side effects) so finally he started smoking weed which helped some but can’t be done all the time because it is illegal in our state and it’s expensive. Fast forward to a few months ago and my son discovered Kratom. He heard about it from somebody and he started to investigate it; while seeking answers he met Brandon James Bird on line who helped answer his questions and he ordered some Kratom from him (Golden Rule Botanicals)…..Boom, my son got his life back….that’s the bottom line. My son can sleep at night (all night), he can go out and enjoy life pain free, he is his normal lovable self again. Kratom and Brandon Bird (owner of Golden Rule Botanicals) gave my son his life back and gave me back my son, I as his father can not find the words to express my gratitude to Brandon for his help.

Thomas Ruegamer

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Kratom Success Stories

by Editor |August 21, 2017 |0 Comments | Kratom News | , , , ,

My name is Melissa and I am 29 years old. I support Kratom use one hundred percent, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia at the age of 18, was in constant pain because I also have scoliosis in my lower back. so that with the fibro flare ups were just debilitating. I was depressed and had no will to do anything. I was on antidepressants and muscle relaxers and pain pills that ranged from oxycodone to delauded, I was introduced to kratom one day after I had gone into a store and saw the bags of kratom and asked what they were the cashier told me that it reduced pain and lifted your mood, I was very skeptical but decided to try it because I would do anything to get rid of my pain for just one hour. I got a pack of Maeng da pills and that afternoon I was amazed to find that I didnt hurt and I felt good for the first time in years! I take kratom in the powder form and make a tea out of it now, drink it first thing in the morning and I feel great all day long. Kratom saved my life, I wanted my pain to go away so bad I was hoping to get into a car accident or something to just end it all. But now I take my dog for walks every single night and I see my friends more often and I dont feel helpless because finally something works that isnt a chemically made substance, I love being able to say I dont take any pills anymore at all, just a tablespoon in my tea and I am doing things that doctors told me I couldnt do anymore. Mother earth provides us with what we need and thats the truth.