Pure Leaf Kratom is safe and is Low risk for addiction. ~ Kami 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 MedicineContinue reading “Misconception #1 Kratom is harmfully addicting. FACT CHECK: FALSE”
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Yale University sheds light on the TRUTH about the lies and deception being told throughout the media, while giving us an honest and truthful perspective on this healing plant, we call Kratom.
Unpacking the Debate Surrounding the Use of Kratom Unpacking the Debate Surrounding the Use of Kratom
http://www.womenfitnessmag.com/taking-a-kratom-regularly-can-help-reduce-chronic-pain/ Kratom Helps Chronic Pain
Why Kratom Is Low-Risk For Addiction ~
First of all, one of the main reasons why I wanted to blog about Kratom is because there are SO MANY LIES AND MISCONCEPTIONS that surround this plant. The FDA and DEA demonize Kratom, in order to form a negative opinion in people’s minds. The reason is simple – $$$ They can’t profit from anythingContinue reading “Why Kratom Is Low-Risk For Addiction ~”
Beautiful Kratom Coffee Tree ~
I have started growing my OWN Kratom. This is a picture of a recent budding of leaves. I call it ‘kissing Kratom leaves’. Thankfully, I live where it’s quite warm and they seem to like it. Just water and sunshine, with love and you can grow Kratom! That and good soil. Luv Kami Davis
Let Me Introduce Myself ~
Hi there.. My name is Kami Davis and I am a Kratom Advocate and Consumer for 3 years. I am also a District Captain for California, for the American Kratom Association, fighting every single day to keep Kratom legal. Besides having mad passion about this magical, miracle healing plant Kratom Mitragynine Speciosa; I am alsoContinue reading “Let Me Introduce Myself ~”
How I got my life back after 20 years of pain and suffering.
Hi there.. I am a psychiatric nurse. I studied at Napa Valley College and graduated in May of 2000. However, I’m not currently working in a hospital setting, due to my injuries. AN ACCIDENT WHICH LED TO A DIAGNOSIS: I suffered three injuries over the course of 8 years. I have PTSD, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigueContinue reading “How I got my life back after 20 years of pain and suffering.”