Pure Leaf Kratom Is Safe And Is Low Risk For Addiction ~

Written By Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃

In the words of Dr. Jack Henningfield, Ph. D. ,, one of the world’s leading addiction specialists (Chief of Biology/Dependence and Abuse Potential Assessment) for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a member of the John Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty, since 1978 and is presently Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Biology at the Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences ~ concludes that it is not an opioid by definition.

Mitragynine is the alkaloid in Kratom. Kratom leaves contain 25 identifiable alkaloids. Mitragynine (MG) and 7-Hydroxymitragynine (7-HMG) are the main psychoactive alkaloids in Kratom. MG and 7-HMG are PARTIAL agonists.

The big difference between Kratom and Morphine/opiates/opioids is this: NATURE GOT IT RIGHT. It has such low traces of 7-HMG and MG, that it cannot hurt you; but just enough to help you. Dependence is so low, to be harmful.

Opioids such as morphine, have negative side-effects on the central nervous system, including impairment/ drowsiness, brain fog, respiratory depression, and severe addiction with deadly withdrawals. Kratom does none of those things. Instead, Kratom’s alkaloids produce effects such as alertness and focus ~ the opposite of what morphine and high risk opioids do.

Lastly, Kratom doesn’t encourage a person to want to drink, along with it. It is the opposite. It makes you want to establish healthy habits, unlike opioids.

Written By Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃

Senate Committee on Health and Human Services

Written By Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃

3 thoughts on “Pure Leaf Kratom Is Safe And Is Low Risk For Addiction ~

  1. There’s a guy on twitter who is seriously going after kratom science, claiming all information about kratom strains is false, and he’s relentless. Brian is a friendly guy, but he just keeps hammering away at him, my company has an official kratom license, this is the way to go, and on and on and on. I’m not sure what to make of it. If we have rogue agents in our own kratom community, that just means more work for us. I want to be vendor neutral, if I can, because the kratom industry is just as vulnerable to a monopoly as any other industry, and that would ultimately hurt people. That’s why I’m in favor of kratom purity testing, but things seem to have stauled out there too, and i’ve complained about it in the past, but we need it, if kratom advocates are going after other kratom advocates for no other reason than because they want their specific kratom to come out on top

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