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Kratom Benefits and Uses

Kratom Benefits & Uses Here is a list and quick reference guide showcasing the benefits and uses for Kratom. While still widely unknown, this blog attempts to shed more light on Kratom and other natural supplements.At KY Kratom we use strict guidelines that ensure our information is accurate and gathered from credible sources. We routinely use medical journals and research data when writing this blog. As an herbal supplement brand, part of our responsibility is providing reliable, up-to-date information for current and potential clients.Kratom has an impressive range of characteristics that can help people combat multiple issues. Kratom is best known as a natural remedy for pain, but it has many other uses. Analgesia/Pain ReliefKratom is best known for its ability to relieve pain. Kratom has a number of alkaloids that affect the brain's opioid receptors, and the main alkaloid is called mitragynine 1. The poppy, the plant that acts as the primary ingredient of virtually every …
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FDA Tweet Concerning Kratom Ridiculous

​This news came out on December 9 from the FDA.The head of the Food and Drug Administration is warning again about the marketing of kratom and other dietary supplements to treat opioid addiction – calling them “health fraud scams.”“FDA believes strongly people addicted to opioids should have access to safe and effective, approved treatments for addiction. Unfortunately, unscrupulous vendors are trying to capitalize on opioid epidemic by illegally marketing products for these purposes,” FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, warned on Twitter Friday.Here are the facts. In Thailand, Kratom has been documented as a successful treatment option for opiate addiction since the early 1800s. And it's quite a stretch to use the term "illegally" in the previous statement. Even if drawing on one's own opinions and conclusions regarding the use of Kratom as an opioid deterrent, what makes that illegal?If Kratom is a "health fraud scam", then why are there thousands and th…

Plants with Opiate-Like Properties

Plants Containing Opiate Alkaloids Disclaimer: This is meant for educational purposes only. Please do not seek out or use these compounds without consulting your physician. Peripentadenia MearsiiPeripentonine A, B, and C, Peripentadenine and Mearsamine are alkaloids found in the leaves of this tree. Peripentadenine, Peripentonine A/B (isolated as inseparable diastereomers) and Perpentonine C showed IC50 values of 11.4, 69.2, and 30.9 microM for the delta-opioid receptor.Nepeta CatariaThis plant is called commonly known as catnip, catswort, and catmint. It Contains alpha, 7alpha, 7a alpha-nepetalactone. These all reduce pain.Commiphora MyrrhaContains furanoeudesma-1,3-diene which interact with the brain's opioid receptors.Psychotria ColorataContains Psychotridine, an analgesic which also contains Hodgkinsine, a mu-opioid agonist.Picralima NitidaThe seeds of this plants contain akuammidine, akuammine, akuammicine, akuammigine and pseudoakuammigine which interact with the mu-opioid …

Kratom Is An Opioid Deterrent According to New AKA Study

American Kratom Association Press Conference Video
Please check out this amazing video where the American Kratom Association reveals the results of their latest national survey.Some highlights include the fact that there are no deaths associated solely with Kratom. Close to 100 people die everyday from opiates like heroin oxycodone.The reason Kratom use does not result in overdoses gives it a unique advantage in the field of pain management and alternative medicine. Kratom does not depress the respiratory system, even when taken in large doses. Medications and substances containing opiates depress the respiratory system hindering a person's ability to breathe. Benzodiazepines, which include medications like Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium, are another class of medications that also hinder the respiratory system.