Buprenorphine ~ Suboxone

Written By Kami Davis ⚡️🍃

This is Dr. Coleman from the Coleman Institute ~
It Makes me soo mad because they won’t let me comment 😡Here, he’s (addressing) and openly admitting to how incredibly HARD it is to get off of Suboxone; which is buprenorphine. Yet, they will not tell people about Kratom!

He states that the lowest dose of buprenorphine is just as hard to quit as high doses.

Even Dr. Coleman said it himself ..that buprenorphine (Suboxone) binds HEAVILY to the receptors in the brain, and that is at the lowest dose he says. Kratom does not bind heavily to the receptors in the brain. KRATOM binds only partially.

Let me clarify my last sentence because it can be quite confusing or misleading if you’re not familiar with the chemical makeup of these substances. Both buprenorphine and Kratom BOTH attach partially to the receptors in the brain, HOWEVER; buprenorphine/Suboxone binds more heavily.

Why? Because buprenorphine/Suboxone is derived from the poppy flower. It IS an opioid. It HAS the opioid thebaine in it which was compounded in a lab, in the late 1950s.

The huge difference with Kratom is that Kratom is a plant, a plant that is derived from the coffee tree. It does NOT have opioids in it.

It frustrates me to no end. 💔I hate to see people in the dark and suffering, when they could be taking Kratom instead.

When you give buprenorphine to a patient for an opioid addiction, you’re giving them another opioid. No wonder why it’s so hard for them to quit. You are also giving them another high.

When you give a patient Kratom for an opioid addiction, you’re giving them a coffee tree leaf that’s been crushed into powder.

If anyone thinks they can take buprenorphine and not have to address their issues because they’re clean now, are very much misinformed and have been misled by our government and Big Pharma. Due to pure greed, of course.

Anyone taking buprenorphine is going to have a rude awakening when they want to quit or when the high doesn’t take effect any longer.

At least with Kratom, you know what you’re getting into. It’s a weak partial agonist. Kratom is less harsh on the body also. If you’re in a predicament or dilemma, please do your homework when it comes to what you put inside your body. Stop blindly following doctors, law enforcement, and our government thinking they have your best interest at heart because as you can SEE with your very eyes, they clearly DON’T.

I bet these recovery centers don’t explain to patients the effects these drugs have on your brain. But, then again if you’re seeking a high and love your opioids, I’m sure buprenorphine is that much more appealing to you because it’s just another opioid. So, people play the game of getting clean and ‘free of opioids’ becoming hooked on Sub/buprenorphine for life. All the while bashing a beautiful plant by the name of Kratom, Mitragyna Speciosa because they have brainwashed you into thinking it’s the actual harmful thing that’s so highly addictive.

We live in a very very very sick, twisted, and evil world, led by people who know exactly what they are doing. Don’t be led astray. Do your homework and fight for what is right.. and that’s keeping PURE LEAF Kratom LEGAL.

Written By Kami Davis 🍃⚡️

Please submit your comments and testimonies here, so we can win the war on Kratom in October; via the Geneva Scheduling Convention. https://www.protectkratom.org/whocomments?fbclid=IwAR2c-Qmn9mf2sdaGWKN-oxBvVfxX4Kp90qVqRrRxbQpaEmYmNjdz2WsN90M

Dr Coleman via the Coleman Institute, speaks about how incredibly hard it is to quit buprenorphine ~ https://www.facebook.com/thecolemaninstitute/videos/832690204097699/

Merry-Go-Round

2 thoughts on “Buprenorphine ~ Suboxone

  1. I agree with everything you said here. I thought vaguely about taking subs when I was trying to get off the tramadol. When I looked into it, even my own mom couldn’t understand why someone would take it when it’s the same thing I was trying to quit. The FDA should never have approved it

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