22. Suzette Prutsok

22. Suzette Prutsok

22. Suzette Prutsok
Kratom Science Podcast

 
 
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My guest is Suzette Prutsok from Southern California. Suzette is an abstract artist and screenwriter. She was addicted to opiates for years, and after a couple attempts, got sober and made a profound change in her life with the help of kratom. This is Suzette Prutsok, and this is her kratom story.

Suzette Prutsok’s art can be seen on Instragram @lagtime_art

Twitter @SuzetteLPrutsok

Music: Risey, “Memories of Thailand”

Written and produced by Brian Gallagher for KratomScience.com

Suzette Protzok’s art

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  1. kendell clark

    This kratom podcast speaks to me. I don’t take marijuana, but only because it’s not legal in texas, or I’d probably at least try it. I’ll say this again and again and again. The risk of kratom addiction, and it is there, although I’m not sure how much of one, is nothing whatsoever compared to even the weakest of the opioids. I can’t see, so I couldn’t comment on the flowers, but I wake up every morning and the first thing on my mind, is not, oh man how many tramadol do I have left, how long until I can refill it, assuming medicaid or my doc doesn’tthrow a wrench into the works. I buy kratom by the kilo, and I hord that stuff. I’ve got something like 6 kilos right now, with 2 more on the way. I want to absolutely make sure I never run out of kratom again, and not because I’m addicted to it. So that I always have pain relief and energy for a rainy week. Tramadol withdrawal was as close to suicide as I’ve ever come. I’m being completely honest when I say I wanted to die, multiple times. The rls, the almost complete inability to sleep no matter how tired you are, the horrible mood swings, both high and low, and all this from the weakest available pharmaceutical opioid on the market. I cannot imagine how much worse hydrocodone or oxycodone, let alone morphine or fentanyl, withdrawal is. My mom turned me onto this plant, and I’m greatful each and every day because of it. This plant manages pain, prevents withdrawal from pain killers, and will not get you high, nor addicted.

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