Active Botanical Alkaloids

Active Botanical Alkaloids

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  1. Kratom has been a good send for me I was addicted to percs for 8 years takeing 70-120 mg oxy a day per my prescription and was enjoying nothing it’s only been 5 weeks but I’m enjoying life again and doing alot more then I was while takeing the doctor prescribed medication it doesn’t take much for me just half a teaspoon 3x per day no noticeable with draw from the medications

  2. I just recently started using Kratom and trying different ones. Emerald Green and enhanced indo so far are my favorites. I hate taking pills for a combination of health issues. Kratom is so much easier and more effective than the pills i gag down daily.

    1. How ..many grams do you take? Do you have to take Kratom every day, I thought it was said not too. My cousin wants to get off her pain meds, I am researching this for her. Sound good, I did some for focusing….White Bonio. Do you suggest anything? Thank you.

  3. All drugs should be decriminalized at least. We need to support addicts with love and a communal spirit to bring them out of the dark and back into the light. Kratom can be a very successful tool for a lot of addicts and the DEA tried to make it illegal. They’d rather you be on something like Methadone, or Suboxone which only make your life worse than any Heroin, or pill addiction was in the first place. Anything that grows out of the ground was given to us by God for our own personal use and all of those types of drugs, or what I prefer to say medication, should be legal for all to grow, or consume. I would say that growing Opium should still be illegal, but the rest are all life saving and psychedelics are great teachers. If used correctly they are great healers of the mind and soul. Instead of demonizing drugs and drug addicts we need proper real education and not lies like they have fed us during this ridiculous drug war that’s been going on for 100 years now just to fill up and create the prison industrial system. Creating another slave class for use in creating products, no different than the slaves in the south were before the civil war. Our drug laws are so medieval, as is our care for addicts and the mentally ill. Big changes are needed and I’m glad Kratom is available to those that’s lives depend on it for survival. Us poor people can’t afford a fancy beachfront treatment center, with personal rooms and bathrooms. Nope we only get detox centers that have 2 month waitlists, living quarters with dangerous ex felons in rooms with up to 50 people. Good luck trying to successfully recover in a place that feels like a jail house. Long live the great plants of the world that continue to enrich our lives and save our souls. Peace.

    1. Couldn’t have said it better. I just now took my first dose of kratom. Ive been off methadone for only three days now. I have no idea what to expect. Im in the beginning stages of withdrawal with a runny nose..etc. And a fantastic backache and headache to match. I sure hope it lives up to the hype.

    2. I commend you on you saying the words I think every day. What Opioid Epidemic.
      “They” made people get hooked. “They” knew what it does. Do you know Hilter had Germany make the first dose of Methadone for him. in 1948 he sold methadone to U.S. Thank you, Adolph, you are still killing us from your grave. No wonder why his army was like zombies. No execution no methadone for you. He was like the soup nazi only with methadone. Owen, why can’t you get Kratom? It is legal other than 5 states in the US. You can buy it on line, do not buy any Kratom pills, hard candy or tinctures. Buy the powder or leaves of the plant. You need to off methadone. Maybe you should start a fund just for people that want to try Kratom, there has to be a way. Ayawahusca, not that is the Rolls Royce for Addiction. Look on Youtube for “Shit the Moon Said” Awwesome documentary. Aya, is in Plant City Florida, at a Brazilian church for religious puroposes. Now they are having people come their to cure themselves from addiction.

      NOW plant medicine, organically can cure addiction, social disorders, anxiety, bi-polar.

  4. Hello 1984! Something that just grates on me a tiny bit,,,

    The government controls psychoactive chemicals, encouraging some and denying us access to others. This is control of our CONSCIOUSNESS, control of our personal awareness and experience of existence. What could be more invasive and aggressive than control of our very experience of being alive? It makes me wonder how expansive our consciousness, our lives, might be in a freer society.

  5. What alkaloid helps Parkinson’s symptoms? I have toxic encephalopathy with secondary Parkinsonism and noticed kratom does help with many of my symptoms (such as anxiety, muscle spams) but it also reduces my Parkinson’s symptoms and I am curious about the mechanism of action.

  6. Hey, I have been using kratom for 4 to 5 years now. Always means da. haven’t tried all of them but Bali makes me sick. This stuff is amazing. What do you know…. I’m also an opiate addict. perk 30s to be exact. Kratom has been blissfully bliss in my life. Withdrawls are bearsble. it gets me go the next step of recovery every time. yes yes 8 do relapse still. So far kratom menagerie da has given me Energy, pain relief, and mood enhancer. it doesn’t get me high. it gets the vibe just right. I recommend this for opiate addicts, and also just for a good, safe, alternative to anything else. I think more research needs to ne done, but it is a plant. it is natural! just because it’s natural doesn’t mean good. I’ve done my research. I’ve red every blog and etc about kratom! Life saver. Weed & Kratom. the next generation to stop addiction rates for more harmful drugs.

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