Kratom does not impair or alter the mind in any intoxicating sort of way. It has alkaloids in it and attaches partially to receptors in the brain, the same way as coffee, cheese, sugar, and chocolate.
Here is Ryan Kane’s heartfelt and amazing true story.
‘I was a long time opioid/opiate addict. I started taking oxycodone 30mg, a few times a day ..when I was about 18, after my mother died from an alcohol overdose. At the same time, I was also abusing a lot of alprazolam. I did that until my mid 20s, to numb the emotional pain, after my mother’s death. Then came research chemicals that I got heavy into; stimulants, benzodiazepines, opioids, and dissociative analogs.’
‘While I was under the influence of a plethora of these chemicals, I had fallen down a flight of stairs and fractured my C3 and C4 vertebrae. I was prescribed oxycodone and was very addicted to them. I did two stints of rehab to get off the oxycodone and the rcs. I was then prescribed suboxone after rehab.’
‘I was always an avid Kratom consumer but I finally stuck with it and have been clean for over 7 years now. I’m clean, clear and coherent with Kratom now. It takes away all of my pain from the injury and doesn’t intoxicate me. My life has done a complete 180 since sticking with Kratom only. Thank god for this leaf.’ ❤️ ~ Ryan Kane
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So gladyou stuck with kratom. Myself, I wish I’d found it beforeI was prescribed tramadol, and I likely wouldnt have ever started it. But life didn’t work out that way.
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I completely understand ~