Uses/Benefits of Kratom

Due to the recent turbulent political views of kratom, we have removed information regarding uses and benefits of kratom.

Numerous studies dating back to 2008, have consistently shown that:

  • Kratom is not a drug.
  • Kratom is not an opiate.
  • Kratom is not a synthetic substance.
  • Naturally occurring Kratom is a more akin to tea and coffee than any other substances.

Until recently, kratom has been considered another herbal substance used for a variety of reasons (along with hundreds of other herbal substances that you can easily buy at almost any store) – yet kratom continues to be demonized and criminalized. Kratom contains no opiates, but along with chocolate, coffee, exercise and even human breast milk, it does bind to some of the same receptor sites in the brain.

Kratom’s popularity is growing as more and more people are becoming aware of the versatility of this plant. As it becomes more widespread, more positive reviews need to be heard by your legislators to stop the disinformation about kratom.

What can you do to help keep kratom legal? Make yourself heard by contacting your legislators.


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