Kratom: Effects and Benefits

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Today we’ll talk about a plant known for its medicinal properties, but also for being a taboo in some areas, today we’ll talk about what the Kratom. Between beneficial and controversial, today we will give you not only the positive effects but also the side effects of it. Do not leave with doubt, be encouraged to read this report and learn more about the Kratom.

Kratom Benefits

This plant contains an organic chemical compound which is apparently very popular in the regions of Southeast Asia thanks to its medicinal properties. Also commonly used in other countries like the United States. The original plant is a member of the family of the bean, and comes from a large tree that grows in Thailand. This plant was banned in Thailand for over 70 years, because it is very positive for health and competed with some products of the pharmaceutical industry.

Kratom is administered in small doses, producing a stimulant similar to cocaine, and in large quantities has an effect similar to morphine or other narcotic sedative. The downside of this is that some studies show that it can become addictive in the long term, but few studies have been checking these possibilities. Overall, the US government generally prohibits certain substances and then check the public reactions to the ban.

This plant is often used to replace marijuana, because it contains properties that are relaxing for people with nerves. Apparently, it is a good hope for drug addicts who have serious drug dependency, but to be a controversial issue for some people given the negative effects, not used regularly.

Alternatively usually ingested and can be liquid through beers or certain types of food. Still appears to be no legal intake, consumption, but to legalize marijuana in many places seems to lose hope that the Katrom is legal too.

Kratom Red Vein

Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) comes from the tropical forests of Southeast Asia, mainly in Thailand, Bali and Malaysia. It is a large tree that can reach 15 meters. From kratom they were identified more than 25 alkaloids, the most important being mitragynine.

Besides being used (correctly) as a narcotic, it is often used as a substitute for opium or to moderate this dependence. As mitragynine suppresses withdrawal, kratom is said to be a (temporary) cure for opium addiction. It is also used by some people to prolong sexual intercourse.

The effects are felt in five to fifteen minutes after use, and last for several hours. Kratom has both stimulating and depressant qualities as if Will you chew coca leaves and will smoke opium simultaneously. Some sources say that it is a stimulant in small doses, becoming sedative in higher doses. The main effects seem to be similar to opiate drugs, including analgesia, and potentially similar to codeine. Unlike opiates, mitragynine does not appear to cause nausea or vomiting. The feeling is happiness, strength, energy and a willingness to work. Other effects of mitragynine are local anesthesia and central nervous system depression. Large amounts can result in a prolonged sleep.

Put 50g of dried kratom leaves in a saucepan, add 2 liters of water and a few drops of lemon squeezed, some alkaloids chains do not break without the lemon. Boil over low heat, uncovered, for 30 minutes. Strain the liquid crushing the leaves to make good all the tea. Discard the leaves. The resulting liquid is placed over low heat until reduced more or less to one third. You can add honey, sugar, licorice.

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