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14. Journal Club Q&A Part 1: Kratom and Liver Enzymes, Alcohol, Pain Management, and Serotonin

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14. Journal Club Q&A Part 1: Kratom and Liver Enzymes, Alcohol, Pain Management, and Serotonin
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Note: Nothing in this podcast or on KratomScience.com is intended to be medical advice, nor should it be taken as such. We’re not medical doctors. Please don’t listen to podcasts for advice on what you should or should not put in your body. For episode #14, Dr. Jonathan Cachat answers half of the remaining question …

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13. Journal Club: How Kratom Alkaloids Act on Brain Receptors

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13. Journal Club: How Kratom Alkaloids Act on Brain Receptors
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We all know the mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitraginine act on the mu-opioid receptor. But for episode #13 of Journal Club we talk about a study that looks closely at the binding affinity of various kratom alkaloids on the plethora of opioid and adrenergic receptors in the brain. How exactly does this work? How do different alkaloids …

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3. Journal Club with Dr Jonathan Cachat: Kratom Addiction, Listener Mail, and Elephants on LSD

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3. Journal Club with Dr Jonathan Cachat: Kratom Addiction, Listener Mail, and Elephants on LSD
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Dr. Jon Cachat and I talk about the article “Kratom instrumentalization for severe pain self-treatment resulting in addiction – A case report of acute and chronic subjective effects” – This is an open access article that you can read for free https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7378692/ Müller, E., Hillemacher, T., & Müller, C. P. (2020). Kratom instrumentalization for severe …

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2. Journal Club with Dr. Jonathan Cachat: “The Potential for Kratom as an Antidepressant and Antipsychotic”

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2. Journal Club with Dr. Jonathan Cachat: "The Potential for Kratom as an Antidepressant and Antipsychotic"
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This is the Kratom Science Journal Club with Dr. Jonathan Cachat, neuroscientist and expert in psychopharmacology. In each episode we discuss an article in a peer reviewed journal. For episode 2 we discuss the article, “The Potential for Kratom as an Antidepressant and Antipsychotic” published in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, edition 93, June …

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1. Kratom Science Journal Club with Dr. Jonathan Cachat

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1. Kratom Science Journal Club with Dr. Jonathan Cachat
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Dr. Jonathan Cachat joins Kratom Science Podcast host Brian Gallagher to talk about kratom research. Each episode we pick a study about kratom published in a peer-reviewed journal. This week we discuss “Patterns and Reasons for Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) Use among Current and Former Opioid Poly-Drug Users” published in Journal of Ethnopharmacology, March 2020. Full …

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28. Dr. Jonathan Cachat

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28. Dr. Jonathan Cachat
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Dr. Jonathan Cachat is a neuroscientist and expert in psychopharmacology, who has extensively studied the effects of psychoactive substances on zebrafish. Dr. Cachat was involved in pioneering the first ever cannabis lab technician program at Hocking College in Ohio. He is currently involved in digitizing pre-prohibition research for the Cannabis Museum in Cincinnati. Dr. Cachat …

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