Written By Kami Davis 🌹🍃
Hi guys.. I hope everyone is having a fantastic summer!!! 🏄♀️🏖👙☀️
Just wanted to hop on and give thanks to the American Kratom Association and all the hard work they do.
Below is a collage of scientific studies on Kratom, published by the American Kratom Association. You can also find a list of reputable vendors that are all GMP certified on their website, at https://www.americankratom.org/vendor/gmp-participants.html
The American Kratom Association ~
June 16th, 2021
‘We often encourage elected officials to follow the science on kratom, but what are some of the most impactful scientific articles for us to read and share? To help answer that question we’ve compiled a top ten list that kratom advocates can read and share with family, friends, and our elected officials.’
‘Citation and online link:’
Obeng, S., Kamble, S. H., Reeves, M. E., Restrepo, L. F… & McCurdy, C. R. (2020). Investigation of the Adrenergic and Opioid Binding Affinities, Metabolic Stability, Plasma Protein Binding Properties, and Functional Effects of Selected Indole-Based Kratom Alkaloids. Journal of medicinal chemistry, 63(1), 433–439.
Wilson, Harris, Eans, Brice-Tutt, …. and McCurdy, Lyophilized Kratom Tea as a Therapeutic Option for Opioid Dependence, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Volume 216, 2020.
Behnood-Rod A, Chellian R, Wilson R, Hiranita T, Sharma A, Leon F, McCurdy CR, McMahon LR, Bruijnzeel AW. Evaluation of the rewarding effects of mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine in an intracranial self-stimulation procedure in male and female rats. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2020 Oct 1;215:108235.
Harun, N., Johari, I. S., Mansor, S. M., & Shoaib, M. Assessing physiological dependence and withdrawal potential of mitragynine using schedule-controlled behaviour in rats. Psychopharmacology, 237, 2020.
Hassan, R., Pike See, C., Sreenivasan, S., Mansor, S. M., Müller, C. P. & Hassan, Z. Mitragynine Attenuates Morphine Withdrawal Effects in Rats-A Comparison with Methadone and Buprenorphine. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 2020.
Hemby, S.E., McIntosh, S., Leon, F., Cutler, S.J., & McCurdy, C.R., Abuse liability and therapeutic potential of the Mitragyna speciosa (Kratom) alkaloids mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine. Addiction Biology, 24, 2019.
Yue, K., Kopajtic, T.A. & Katz, J.L., Abuse liability of mitragynine assessed with a self-administration procedure in rats. Psychopharmacology (Berl), 235, 2018
Garcia-Romeu, A., Cox, D.J., Smith, K.E., Dunn, K.E. & Griffiths, R.R. Kratom: User demographics, use patterns, and implications for the opioid epidemic. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2020
Henningfield, J.E., Fant, R.V., and Wang, D.W., The abuse potential of kratom according the 8 factors of the controlled substances act: implications for regulation and research. Psychopharmacology, 235, 2019.
Henningfield, J.E., Grundmann, O., Babin, J.K., Fant, R.V., Wang, D.W. & Cone, E.J., Risk of death associated with Kratom use compared to opioids. Preventive Medicine, 2019.
Grundmann, O. Patterns of Kratom use and health impact in the US—Results from an online survey. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 176, 2017.
Kruegel, A.C. & Grundmann, O., The medicinal chemistry and neuropharmacology of Kratom: A preliminary discussion of a promising medicinal plant and analysis of its potential for abuse. Neuropharmacology, 134, 2018.
Prozialeck, W.C., Avery, B.A., Boyer, E.W., Grundmann, O., Henningfield, J.E., et al. Kratom policy: The challenge of balancing therapeutic potential with public safety. International Journal of Drug Policy, 2019.
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Written By Kami Davis 🌹🍃
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Pada tanggal Kam, 17 Jun 2021 03.43, Southeast Beautiful Kratom menulis:
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I want to second this, especially since I’ve been complaining a bit about how hard it is to wait. The KCPA bill in tx is dead, and even though I’m still extremely angry over it, I don’t blame the AKA, at all. I’m not sure what went wrong, but we’ll eventually get one, either next legislative session or a national KCPA. Speaking personally, the hardest part of this is the expectation of another all out attack, and not being able to do much to prevent it. I do not, nor have I ever, blamed the AKA, although I do wish they were easier to get ahold of, but that’s not a complaint at all.
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I wanted to correct my last comment. The problem seems to be, I have this second hand, but the problem in texas was most certainly not a plot, not a conspiracy of any kind, but some sort of political fight which resulted in the legislature shutting down, so the KCPA got tabled until it opens again. But a couple of kratom vendors in texas, I’m not sure which ones, say we had near total support from the senate, so when we get another chance, it looks good. I don’t mean to commandeer kami’s article but I wanted to update anyone who cares so they wouldn’t wonder for days like I did. The AKA does know what it’s doing even when it feels like they might not. Waiting has always been hard for me.
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By all means, give the ppl info💚