Speculations and Misconceptions About Kratom: Will This Hold You Back to Buy Kratom Products?
Have you heard of Kratom? If not, one of these days, you probably will. Officials claim that it is similar to heroin. As a matter of fact, itís on DEAís ďdrugs of concernĒ list However, these are available on stores and can be bought over the counter.
Southeast Asian natives take Kratom to regain their lost energy, relieve muscle pains after long hours of work in their farm or in the jungle. Thai people use the Kratom leaves to treat diarrhea, others even claim that this lowers blood pressure suitable for people with hypertension. Kratom also contains the same substance found on dark chocolates which is epicatechin that promotes good health. The plant belong to genus Mitragyna, which is said to be a very good stimulant the can be used to improve sexual vigor and performance. Kratom also stimulates the production of melanin which helps protects the skin from sunís radiation. Some use this to lose weight for it actually affects their appetite. With proper utilization and further studies, Kratom may actually be a breakthrough in the health and drug industry.
While it is instilled in the minds of many that this is a harmless medicinal plant, others, including some in the health department and law enforcement claim that this drug is being abused and is being used as banned stimulant substitutes like synthetic marijuana and bath salts. Officials and health experts alerted the public about the plantís negative effects on the human body.
To quote a message handed to Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., FDA's Director of the Division of Dietary Supplement Programs, dated July 18, 2013, "Given the widespread availability of Kratom, the dietary supplement industry is concerned about the potential dangers to consumers who may believe that they are consuming a safe, regulated product when they are not,".
Another notable statement about Kratom is from Ken Dickinson, Pharmacist and Director of Marketing for Gaudenzia, a community-based treatment center that provides live-in and outpatient care for substance abuse addicts and persons with mental health issues.
Dickinson says Kratom is potentially dangerous because little is known about its long-term effects. He says users have told him, in large doses, Kratom is a potent high.
When taken frequently, on a high dosage and over a long period of time, one may experience Kratomís side effects Ė this basically applies to all the drugs in the market. Kratomís noted side effects are as follows: nervousness, skin darkening, constipation, aggression, nausea, tremors, delusions, hallucinations and problems in motion coordination. Some cases also report loss of libido, dryness of mouth, irregular urination, vomiting and prolonged sleep. People having low blood pressure, schizophrenia, renal failures, ulcers, hepatic problems and pregnant women are not advised to take Kratom.
Despite these side effects, none of these are found to be fatal or irreversible in nature. On another note, there are no track records of addiction or dependence to the said drug. That being said, is it still safe to buy Kratom like kratom tea, capsules and liquids? Yes, as long as the consumer takes this moderately and responsibly.
About Kratora Quality Ethnobotanicals
Kratora Quality Ethnobotanicals provides shipping of various products specifically made from kratom or Mitragyna Speciosa an organic drug used for incense or ethnobotanical research purposes. All products are shipped from their USA warehouse. They do not ship to the state of Indiana or Tennessee due to legislation which prohibits the sale of Mitragyna Speciosa. Nor do they ship to the following countries: Australia, Burma, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Malaysia, Romania, Sweden, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam.
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