What Does Kratom Feel Like? Psychoactive Effects Explained In [ Detailed Experience Reports ]
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Whats Kratom Like? [ Experience Wise ]
What does Kratom feel like? What are the effects? The answer varies from person to person. First of all, most heavy opiate users ( real opiates ) and opiate addicts commonly report mostly withdrawal symptom relief or effects on par with that of their typical medication. Many heavy opioid users and addicts report that they prefer leaf induced euphoria over poppy derived alkaloids. So again, the effects can vary from user to user. People with little to no real opiate tolerance or use are the ones who report more intense effects.
These of course are the positive effects. The negative effects of Kratom use are a direct result of simply using too much. There have been no recorded deaths from its use. Instead, an "overdose" with this herb simply leaves the user feeling lousy, nauseated, and maybe with a mild headache. This can all be avoided by not taking too much. These symptoms sure beat the one true opiate overdose symptom, which is death.
Many people swear that they really need it for pain, and other ailments. For those of you who are using it recreationally, don't take a lot of Kratom everyday. Give yourself a break and really space it out. Do not combine it with illicit, proscription, or over-the-counter drugs(including alcohol). If there is pending legislature to ban this great plant in your area, please get involved. You can find many great activist groups to join. Be part of the legal resistance to protect human rights.
Big Pharmaceutical Interest
For those who have never used this herb and have your doubts about whether or not it works, here's some proof. Several states have tried to ban it, including Florida. The Florida senate has tried multiple times to pass a bill to ban Kratom. They failed, but i'm pretty sure that they had this idea, which went something like this. "We'll take it away from the people, and hand it over to the big drug companies." <- ( not an actual quote ! ) It states ", in schedule of controlled substances; provides exception from scheduling for drug product approved by USDA which contains Mitragynine or 7-Hydroxymitragynine; reenacts related provisions."
The big drug companies obviously have an interest in Kratom. Why wouldn't they? They could turn it into pills to treat opiate withdrawals, pain, anxiety, and other related conditions. What this really boils down to is control. That's why they coined the phrase "controlled substance". It's not about getting the substance out of the hands of the people at all. It's about making sure the people buy it from a drug company and not grow it on their own.
In a nutshell, it's harmless and people dig it. Alcohol and Tobacco are far more of a concern to public health. This herb also contains antioxidants and other beneficial compounds. Please, don't allow others to be manipulated by bogus propaganda. Thanks and please share this article with your friends and families. I'm thinking I will add some testimonials to this page in time. If you'd like to contribute a Kratom testimonial please contact me @ Webmaster@BotanicalGuides.com
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