12. Learning How to Walk Again: Melody Woolf’s Kratom Story

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12. Learning How to Walk Again: Melody Woolf's Kratom Story

My guest is Melody Woolf from Kalamazoo Michigan. Melody suffered from a number of conditions that gave her excruciating chronic pain including fibromyalgia and spinal stenosis. She was mostly home-bound and had to use a wheelchair, walker, and opiates to get her through the day. She discovered kratom six years ago and now walks, bikes, and makes up for time with her children lost to her prior condition. She’s also an awesome kratom activist and can be found on twitter @MelodyHope5. This is her kratom story.

Music: Risey, “Memories of Thailand”

Written and produced by Brian Gallagher for KratomScience.com

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10 thoughts on “12. Learning How to Walk Again: Melody Woolf’s Kratom Story”

  1. John Shinholser, a friend of mine, mentioned Melody Woolf as a point of contact for going to the Federal KCPA DC trip on Dec. 13th. I don’t use Facebook, and I saw this site with Melody’s name and story on it. Wow. Quite a moving story indeed.
    I’m on disability and would love to be there, but the old car and pocketbook aren’t helping out.
    All those that are going, “Go Kratom!” Say hi to Mac Haddow for me. 🙂

  2. Barbara Phillips

    Since using kratom, i’ve been gaining weight and also having hair loss. Do you know how many calories kratom has? And anyone else reporting these problems?… The hair loss?

  3. So inspiring to find other kratom users out there who get great pain relief from kratom, especially with so many painful medical conditions. I was lucky. For me, opiates worked. But I got addicted to them quickly, so kratom came to my rescue. For me, kratom gives 100% pain relief, but for someone with so many agonizing conditions 75% pain relief is noteworthy. Keep up the good fight, advocating for this wonderful medicine that is much maligned in the popular media. People aren’t injecting, snorting, or rectally administering kratom, they never were. How anyone can say otherwise is just ridiculous.

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