Calls To Poison Control Regarding Kratom Are The FDA’S Way Of Misleading The Public ~

Written By Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃

If you take too much Kratom, you will feel nauseated and throw up. It gives you energy, the same as caffeine. Your heart may beat a little faster. But, that’s about it.

I don’t necessarily believe poison control calls all to be true. I think it’s greatly exaggerated or made into something more. Just because people are calling poison control, it doesn’t mean they’re ‘poisoned’. People are babies, I hate to say it.

I’m sure lots of people feel sick to their stomach, after taking too much for the first time, panic, then call poison control because they think they’re ‘dying’ all to come out fine. If they weren’t fine, they’d be showing up in the ER, but there’s no record, nothing. People across the globe are not ‘poisoning’ themselves accidentally due to Kratom. Like I said, if they were, we’d be hearing about their actual experiences. But, instead it merely says poison control CALL. So, this should be irrelevant.

Calls to poison control should not predict the future of this plant. It’s a ‘call’ nothing MORE. But, sadly the FDA and media play on people’s psyche and take advantage of the fact that ‘poison control’ in itself sounds horrifying and a danger to human beings. They take this opportunity to dramatize it, leaving people to think, ‘Oh, they called poison control, so they’re ‘poisoned’. Therefore, their lives and health must be in ‘danger’.

In no way, shape, or form is KRATOM the poison. It IS the other way around, in that the FDA, DEA, and media are the POISON, by continuing to spread this false narrative.

Below is an excerpt from a study that proves the THOUSANDS upon THOUSANDS of poison control calls per YEAR due to TYLENOL. KRATOM is NOT the poison here!

‘Acetaminophen overdose is the leading cause for calls to Poison Control Centers (>100,000/year) and accounts for more than 56,000 emergency room visits, 2,600 hospitalizations, and an estimated 458 deaths due to acute liver failure each year. Data from the U.S. Acute Liver Failure Study Group registry of more than 700 patients with acute liver failure across the United States implicates acetaminophen poisoning in nearly 50% of all acute liver failure in this country. Available in many single or combination products, acetaminophen produces more than 1 billion US dollars in annual sales for Tylenol products alone. It is heavily marketed for its safety compared to nonsteroidal analgesics. By enabling self-diagnosis and treatment of minor aches and pains, its benefits are said by the Food and Drug Administration to outweigh its risks. It still must be asked: Is this amount of injury and death really acceptable for an over-the-counter pain reliever?’

Not ONE record of death occurring from Kratom alone, yet they want to ban it. For the sake of your future health, DO NOT LET THEM.

Written By Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃

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