#Kratom-Based Opioids Are Potent #Painkillers, Due To Lack Of Beta-Arrestin-2 Recruitment Combined With Delta Opioid Antagonism The Risk Of #Addiction, #Withdrawal, Tolerance, And #Overdose Is Very Low #SaveKratom #KratomSavesLives

Source: The Kratom Herald

Practically all pharmaceutical opioid painkillers, including popular drugs such as Hydrocodone and Oxycodone, are derivatives of the natural Opium alkaloids Morphine and Thebaine. Essentially, scientists take the original structure of natural Opium alkaloids and change the molecular structure to create different drugs. The primary natural alkaloids in Kratom, Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, can be altered by scientists in the same way to create synthetic Kratom-based drugs, and this has the potential to lead to a new generation of safer pharmaceutical opioid painkillers. Scientists investigated this topic via an in-depth study on the Kratom derivate Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl, and found that indeed synthetic Kratom derivatives can be potent painkillers while simultaneously leading to little withdrawal, tolerance, and addiction as well as having practically zero overdose risk. Simultaneously, the scientists found that the natural Kratom alkaloids Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are just as miraculous, as will be explored in this article.

Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl is a powerful synthetic Kratom derivative that can be produced from Mitragynine or 7-hydroxymitragynine via a series of chemical reactions. To give an idea of how potent Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl is, it has a dissociation content (Ki) of 0.087 at the mu-opioid receptor, whereas Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine have a Ki of 7.24 and 13.5 respectively. A lower Ki means higher binding affinity at the receptor. For example, Oxycodone has a Ki of 18, while the much stronger synthetic opioid Oxymorphone has a Ki of 0.78. That being said, binding affinity is only one part of the equation for the potency of a drug, with the ability of the drug to produce a biological response also being critically important, so it cannot be simply said that Mitragynine Pseodindoxyl is about as potent as Oxymorphone, nor can it be simply said that Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl is stronger than 7-hydroxymitragynine, and indeed 7-hydroxymitragynine is relatively stronger in terms of painkilling effects.

A scientific study found that Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl has a much different effects profile than any Morphine-like opioid. First off, Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl failed to recruit beta-arrestin-2, which is an intracellular protein that plays a critical role in opioid tolerance development as well as suppression of noradrenaline and respiration. In the same study, Endomorphin-2, which is an endogenous opioid that is similar to Morphine, recruited plenty of beta-arrestin-2. In other words, Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl does not build tolerance as fast, nor suppress respiratory depression as much as Morphine-like opioids since it recruits very little beta-arrestin-2.

Importantly, the natural Kratom alkaloids Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine recruit just as little beta-arrestin-2 as Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl, making them safer than Morphine-like opioids for the same reason.

Studies on mice confirmed these results. Within 5 days the mice developed strong tolerance to the painkilling effects of Morphine, while tolerance for Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl developed much more slowly, and after 29 days the tolerance build-up was still not complete and in-fact began to plateau. In other words, Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl causes tolerance build-up at a rate which was at least 6 times slower than Morphine, and there was no sign of full tolerance development, only limited tolerance. This is critically important for pain management patients, since it means Kratom-based pharmaceuticals not only cause a tolerance build-up which is many times slower than Opium-based pharmaceuticals, but also the tolerance build-up is only partial even with chronic use.

Another spectacular result is that physical dependence and withdrawal in the mice was very low after 5 days of Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl, while 5 days of Morphine caused heavy physical withdrawal.

Additionally, the rewarding properties of Morphine were found to be very high in the mice, quite similar to Cocaine, while the rewarding properties of Mitragynine Pseodoindoxyl were practically nil. This means that psychological addiction to Kratom-based opioids is extremely low compared to Opium-based opioids, and therefore patients who take Kratom-based opioids are far less likely to abuse their medication.

One of the most important results is that Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl caused practically no respiratory depression, while respiratory depression from Morphine was around 50%. This indicates that Kratom-based opioids are much safer than Opium-based opioids, and are essentially not capable of causing overdose from respiratory depression.

Simultaneously, the ability of Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl to block pain signals, which is called antinociception, was found to be 1.5-3 times stronger than Morphine. For perspective, Mitragynine was found to be 66 times weaker than Morphine, while 7-hydroxymitragynine was found to be 5 times stronger than Morphine, at least in terms of the ability of these alkaloids to block pain.

Thus, Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl, and the natural alkaloids Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, are basically a miracle. Kratom-based opioids can provide pain killing effects on par or stronger than Morphine, while simultaneously leading to practically no respiratory depression, a much slower tolerance build-up, relatively little psychological addiction, and little physical withdrawal. Basically, Kratom-based opioids have the desired opioid painkilling effects with very little of the dangerous side-effects found in Opium-based opioids.

It seems that this is due to Kratom-based opioids being unable to recruit beta-arrestin-2. This study also notes that the mu-opioid agonist/delta-opioid antagonist profile of Kratom-based opioids may be important in separating the painkilling effects from the typical negative opioid side-effects, whereas Opium-based opioids are generally agonists at both the mu and delta opioid receptor.

The scientists who conducted this study conclude by saying that Kratom-based opioids can clearly be the basis for a new generation of synthetic pharmaceutical opioids that have potent painkilling properties with little addiction, tolerance, withdrawal, and overdose risk.

This brings up the critical question, why are Kratom-based opioids not being prescribed to pain management patients when such incredible scientific evidence exists? Certainly, if Kratom-based opioids replaced Opium-based opioids in the pharmaceutical industry many lives could be saved based on this evidence.

Finally, it is important to note that Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine have essentially the same general properties as Mitragynine Pseudoindoxyl, since these natural Kratom alkaloids also fail to recruit beta-arrestin-2 and are mu-opioid agonists/delta-opioid antagonists. Although the scientists who created this study are focusing on creating new pharmaceutical drugs, which could be fruitful, it could be argued that no synthetic Kratom-based opioids are even needed since natural Kratom leaf already has the same properties of being a potent painkiller while having low risk for addiction, withdrawal, and tolerance, as well as practically no overdose risk.


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#Kratom Helpful Medicine For The #Coronavirus, Has Anti-Viral And Immunostimulant Properties #COVID19 #KratomSavesLives

The Coronavirus is the biggest news story of 2020. There are likely many more cases than what is made public  because it can take 1-3 weeks for the symptoms of the virus to become apparent, and after that it could take days to confirm a case via testing, if Coronavirus test kits are even available. Further, many people are choosing not to go to the hospital to get tested out of fear of getting quarantined.

All in all people are panicking, and it seems everyone is hoping and praying for a vaccine. However, perhaps Kratom can be an effective medicine to combat the Coronavirus, as will be discussed in this article.

Subjectively, whenever I have gotten sick, whether it be a cold, flu, or anything else, I have noticed that taking Kratom quickly gets rid of the sickness. I mainly rely on Kratom to get better, and it always works.

Perhaps one of the main reasons that Kratom is useful for the Coronavirus is that it provides symptoms relief. I am a believer that the best way to deal with a viral sickness is to treat the symptoms so that the body has a chance to heal. Kratom provides pain relief, stress relief, and sedation, so someone who is sick will stop hurting and be able to get solid rest/sleep, giving their body time to heal and fight back against a virus.

Further, Kratom has antitussive properties since it acts like an opioid, meaning it helps to prevent cough. This gives the throat time to heal so that the coughing stops, and this gives the lungs a break, giving the lungs a chance to heal.

Beyond that, Kratom contains 31 different alkaloids which have various medicinal benefits. The Kratom alkaloids rhynchophilline and epicatechin are anti-inflamatory, and anti-inflammatory effects can be crucial to reduce swelling in the body during a sickness.

Epitacatechin is a particularly interesting Kratom alkaloid since it is anti-viral, and therefore could possibly combat the Coronavirus molecule itself. Additionally, Epitacatechin is anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant.

Also, there are several Kratom alkaloids which are immunostimulants including isomitraphylline, mitraphylline, isorhynchophylline, and isopteropodine, meaning they enhance the body’s immune system, and it is obvious how this can help to combat the Coronavirus.

Beyond all of this, Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, the primary alkaloids in Kratom, are secondary and tertiary amines of Chloroquine, and Chloroquine has been found to be a potent inhibitor of Coronaviruses in general. Indeed, a Professor of Chemistry at Tanjungpura University, Dr. Thamrin Usman, specifically said “By looking at the chemical structure of Chloroquine molecules that contain secondary and tertiary amine compound structures, it can be considered to use kratom leaves [to combat the Coronavirus]. Because Mitragynine compounds in kratom are actually secondary and tertiary amines.”

Thus, there appears to be plenty of science which indicates that Kratom can be a very useful medicine for sicknesses in general, in addition to subjective evidence based on my own experiences and my friend’s experience. Considering all of this, one of the main things that gives me peace of mind despite all of this Coronavirus panic is that I have Kratom on hand. At the very least Kratom is definitely useful for managing the symptoms and giving the body time to heal via opioid analgesic, sedative, antitussive, and anti-inflamatory effects, but also Kratom could fight the Coronavirus more directly via its immunostimulant and anti-viral alkaloids, in addition to Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine being related to Chloroquine, which is proven to potently inhibit Coronaviruses.


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#Kratom Contains At Least 31 Different #Alkaloids, Leading To A Variety Of Potential #Health Benefits #KRATOMSAVESLIVES #KratomSaves

Source: The Kratom Herald


Mitragyna Speciosa aka Kratom, a tropical evergreen tree indigenous to the Southeast Asia region but capable of growing in all wet tropical climates, is most commonly known for its opioid painkilling effects. However, Kratom has a wide variety of effects since it contains at least 31 different alkaloids. Each of these alkaloids has its own unique impact on the nature of the Kratom experience, which is why different strains of Kratom produce different effects. For example, the general categories for Kratom strains are red, green, white, and yellow, with the common perception that red is more relaxing, green is more energetic, and white and yellow are somewhere in-between.

In any case, different Kratom strains produce notably different experiences based subjective reports across the internet. Each Kratom tree has at least a slightly different alkaloids profile than any other tree, with its own unique concentrations of the 31 alkaloids. Therefore, the profile of alkaloids in Kratom can be different from region to region, as well as from season to season depending on rainfall and sunlight amounts. Over the millennia Kratom trees have undergone genetic diversification due to growing in a variety of different climate zones and biomes. For example, trees growing at sea level next to the ocean likely have different alkaloid concentrations than trees growing up in the mountains.

Therefore, due to the variation between Kratom strains, it can be fruitful to acquire a variety of Kratom strains. First off, tolerance builds up slower when taking a variety of Kratom strains versus taking the same strain over and over. Also, certain Kratom strains are better for work, other strains are better for relaxing, and some strains are specifically optimal for bedtime.

Kratom Alkaloids Potentially Have A Wide Variety Of Health Benefits

Aside from the fact that the diverse and variable alkaloid profile of Kratom is the reason why different strains of Kratom have different effects, it is also useful to learn about the properties of each alkaloid in order to understand the potential benefits of Kratom.

The most commonly known Kratom alkaloids are mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, which are responsible for most of the opioid and pain killing effects of Kratom. Also, these two alkaloids typically comprise about 70% of the total alkaloid content of Kratom.

As explained in a previous article on The Kratom Herald, mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are atypical opioids, and have little risk of addiction, withdrawal, and overdose relative to morphine-like alkaloids, and this seems to stem from the fact that these Kratom alkaloids do not recruit beta-arrestin-2 and are delta-opioid antagonists.

On average, the concentration of mitragynine in high quality Kratom can be 1% to 1.5%, with the concentration of 7-hydroxymitragynine being near 0.05%. Although there is much less 7-hydroxymitragynine than mitragynine in Kratom, 7-hydroxymitragynine is over an order of magnitude more potent than mitragynine as an opioid painkiller, and therefore plays an important role in Kratom’s effects.

The varying concentrations of mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine in Kratom are likely a fundamental cause of the differences between Kratom strains.

It is important to note that mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine have health benefits beyond pain relief, and are also anti-diarrheal, can help manage a cough since they are antitussive, and can help manage stress and anxiety since they lower adrenaline. Other Kratom alkaloids which lower adrenaline and therefore have the potential to relive stress include ajmalicine and tetrahydroalstonine.

There are other lesser known opioid alkaloids in Kratom including 9-hydroxycorynantheidine, speciociliatine, speciofoline. Although these other opioid alkaloids in Kratom are rarely discussed, perhaps it is possible that they do influence the nature of Kratom’s effects, and more research is needed.

Further, it is important to note that Kratom contains the opioid antagonist corynantheidine, which may play a role in helping to prevent addiction, withdrawal, and tolerance via preventing opioid agonist alkaloids from gaining full access to the opioid receptor. This may explain why Kratom does not produce more euphoria or painkilling beyond a certain dose.

Aside from opioid alkaloids, other alkaloids in Kratom increase its ability to manage pain. Paynantheine and Speciogynine are found in Kratom in significant amounts, accounting for 10% to 20% of the total alkaloid content of Kratom, and they are smooth muscle relaxers, which can be helpful for managing pain from injuries, back pain, and muscle cramps. Also, mitraphylline and ajmalicine have muscle relaxation properties. The combination of smooth muscle relaxation with Kratom’s opioid effects makes Kratom more effective as a pain management solution.

Additionally, the Kratom alkaloids rhynchophilline and epicatechin are anti-inflamatory, which can combine with the smooth muscle relaxation and opioid effects to manage pain even better. Ultimately, the mixture of different pain killing properties in Kratom makes it so less of the opioid alkaloids need to be ingested when managing pain, helping to suppress tolerance build-up.

Aside from painkilling effects, other Kratom alkaloids offer a wide variety of health benefits. First off, if someone is taking Kratom to help them relax or go to sleep, the Kratom alkaloids Corynoxine A & B and ajmalicine help to produce sedative effects.

Beyond Kratom’s relaxation properties, Kratom has the potential to manage a variety of ailments, although more research is needed. Ajmalicine is well-known and used to manage high blood pressure. Other Kratom alkaloids which help manage high blood pressure include mitraphylline, rhynchophylline, isorynhcophylline.

Tetrahydroalstonine and pinoresinol are Kratom alkaloids which potentially help lower blood sugar, and epitacatechin is anti-diabetic as well.

Epitacatechin, which is also found in cocoa, green tea, and grapes has many other beneficial properties including anti-oxidant, anti blood clots, antibacterial, anti diabetic, antihepatitic, antimutagenic, anti-leukemic, antiperoxidant, antiviral, and also a study found that epitacatechin increases muscle growth and improves strength.

In other words, the natural Kratom alkaloid epitacatechin has the potential to combat diseases, even possibly cancer. Other Kratom alkaloids which are anti-leukemic include mitraphylline, isomitraphylline, pinoresinol, and speciophylline.

Relevantly, some Kratom alkaloids are known to be immunostimulants, meaning they boost the immune system. These include isomitraphylline, mitraphylline, isorhynchophylline, and isopteropodine.

In my own experience, whenever I’ve gotten sick I’ve taken Kratom since I’ve found it at least makes a sickness more manageable, but was pleasantly surprised some of the times when the sickness completely went away overnight. That being said, if you get sick you should go to a doctor and get proper medicine. I am just noting that Kratom does have beneficial effects in such a situation, and at the least makes the situation more manageable because of its opioid painkilling effects.

The information in this article is just scratching the surface. There is much more to learn about the 31 different alkaloids of Kratom and their potential health benefits, and it will take numerous studies and years of research before society can even begin to come close to fully understanding all of the Kratom alkaloids.

Indeed still practically nothing is known about the Kratom alkaloids mitrafoline, isomitrafoline, isospeciofoline, mitraciliatine, mitragynine oxindole B, mitraversine, stipulatine, tetrahydroxymitragynine, dehydromitragynine, 7-hydroxyspeciociliatine, 9-methoxymitralactonine, corynantheidaline, corynantheidilinic acid, isopaynantheine, isorotundifoline, mitragynaline, mitragynalinic acid, mitralactonal, mitralactonine, mitrasulgyline, and paynatheine.

Further, as Kratom research increases worldwide it is possible even more alkaloids will be found, especially as researchers analyze Kratom growing in different regions.

Thus, Kratom has at least 31 different alkaloids, all of which have their own unique properties. This is why different strains of Kratom have different effects, and also why Kratom potentially has a wide variety of health benefits including opioid pain relief, anti-inflammation, smooth muscle relaxation, lower blood pressure, sedation, lower blood sugar, as well as antiviral, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. To be clear, more research and studies are needed to scientifically confirm this.


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#Kratom Has #CoronaVirus Resistant Compounds #COVID19 #KratomSavesLives #KratomHeals #HerbalMedicine #Chloroquine

With all the bad news traveling around regarding this deadly virus, there is a ray of hope that our community should reflect on.

According to a news release in The Pontianak Post yesterday, “the diversity of tropical plants in West Kalimantan have a lot of compounds that can strengthen the immune system and ward off corona virus,” said Dr. Thamrin Usman, professor of chemistry at Tanjungpura University in the interview.

“Our biodiversity is very superior. To increase the body’s immune power, usually with Vitamin C which gives a warm effect such as ginger and other spices. Whereas to ward off Corona one can use virgin coconut oil. This material has been proven to boost the body’s immune system,” he said in the Pontianak Post article.

In addition, he said, it was reported from researchers in Wuhan that Chloroquine (Cq) can be used for the treatment of patients with Covid 19. The Cq molecule is present kratom leaves, which grows in areas such as Thailand and Indonesia.

“By looking at the chemical structure of Chloroquine molecules that contain secondary and tertiary amine compound structures, it can be considered to use kratom leaves. Because Mitragynine compounds in kratom are actually secondary and tertiary amines,” Usman said.


Original article from Pontianak Post Kratom and Other Tropical Plants Have Corona Resistant Compound

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#COVID-19 CAN #KRATOM HELP? #KratomHeals #KratomSavesLives #HerbalMedicine



Recent news has shown that Kratom contains Chloroquine – an essential ingredient in treating COVID -19.
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Best #Kratom for #Opiate #Withdrawal: Strains & Dosage #kratomheals #kratomsaveslives #iamkratom #savekratom #kratomvendor #herbalmedicine #positivevibes

First things first, being Opiate dependent is bad. However, since you are reading this, you are on your first step in looking for solutions on the best kratom for opiate withdrawal already, and that’s rather commendable.

Now, there are a lot of alternatives out there. Some turn to therapies and medical solutions to counter this, but recently, a new product is gaining grounds in being the best and safe remedy to opiate withdrawal – Kratom. However, given its many variations, how will you choose the right one for you? Let’s all find out.

How Does Kratom Work as Opiate Withdrawal Treatment?

There are a lot of testaments that support claims of Kratom being a good alternative for opiates and in turn, helps in withdrawal. You may have heard it from a friend or a neighbor. A medical practitioner, magazines and on the internet (if you are in the research phase).

Kratom, or Mitragyna speciosa, is a natural herb native from the Southeast Asia. This coffee-like plant has a long record of usage as a traditional medicine for a variety of ailments.

But since we are focusing on Opiate withdrawal, let’s dig in a little deeper.

Kratom contains natural forming Alkaloids. This compound works the same as the other opioids. It enters your body, communicates with the opioid receptors and thus results in various effects such as:

– Clear mind
– Optimism
– More strength
– Enhanced cognition
– More focus and attention
– General feeling of euphoria
– Pain relief

Given these benefits, Kratom offers most, if not all, of the effects that opiates have. So is it an opiate? How does it help in drug withdrawal if it, more or less, works the same?

Kratom vs. Opioids – Likeness and Differences

Kratom is – by far – not an opioid. It works the same but does not really. Makes sense? No? Okay, let’s further discuss it more by differentiating the two more.

Opioids or Opiates are known to result in a more negative relationship between the substance and your body receptors. This relationship is for long-term and leads to addiction. Once you stop using it, your body will crave for more and produces after-effects we call as opiate withdrawal symptoms; this includes but not limited to the following:

– Uneasiness
– Nausea
– Stomach problems
– General lack of strength
– Lack of sleep
– Excessive sweating
And other extreme results such as;
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Muscle cramps
– Agitation

Kratom, on the other hand, works differently. While it does produce the same benefits (and more) as these opiates, it does not form a negative, long-term relationship with the opioid receptors. Meaning, it does communicate with it but in a more natural and safe way.

Like most foods, Kratom works well by passing through this receptors and then ends up going through the whole system of digestion. Your body will not crave for Kratom intake as it recognizes it most simply as food, and does not form any addiction.

Moreover, Kratom is also known as a remedy for opiate withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, depression, lack of sleep and strength.

In a sense, Kratom is the best alternative for opiates, as when you use it you trick your body of having taken opioids while also cleaning your body of any negativity that opiates bring, thereby allowing your body to heal.

Best Kratom Strains for Opiate Withdrawal

Now the next question is, what Kratom product will work best for me?

Given that there are a lot of good Kratom strains that are perfectly capable of countering opiate withdrawal the safe way, there can also be a handful of answers to your question.

In fact, what may work for others may not function for you, as it can vary depending on one’s diet, body measurement, weight and other factors.

    • However, to start off your quest, you can never go wrong with any of these Kratom strains:

These strains should do well in your battle against opiate withdrawal.

How to take Kratom for Opiate Withdrawal

Kratom comes in many varieties and forms. It could be in the form of pure or crushed leaves, powder, and even capsules. Others prefer boiling the pure leaves and drinking the water after that.

You can also go for the capsule and take it just as a natural dietary supplement or the crushed leaves where you can be more in control of the intake volume.

The most recommended, however, is for you to take the powder form mixed with your drinks, such as tea or juice. That easy.

However, taking Kratom alone will not be sufficient. Like any other medication, Kratom combined with good health practices and diet works at its best.

Here are a few steps you can follow to make sure you’ll have a successful recovery and to ensure that you’ll get the desired results you wanted from taking Kratom.

1. Pick the best Kratom strain of your choice and buy 7-8 ounces of such.
2. Choose a fruit, of your choice again that would make a real fresh juice to partner with Kratom powder. Twenty or more of these fruits should be enough.
3. Stop using opiates. This is important as this, in a sense, is the first step to your recovery. However, remember to do this gradually to allow your body to adjust to the changes.
4. Instead of the opiates, take the Kratom (7-8 grams) mixed with fruit juice, an hour before breakfast for about 1-4 days. You can also choose to drink more of this mix for another 3 times just as long as you set an interval of 3 hours per meal.
5. On the fifth day, continue your regimen but this time limit your Kratom consumption to 2 instead of 4. Do this until the seventh day or until the symptoms are gone.
6. Stay clean. This is the most important step of the process – maintenance. While you can now stop taking Kratom, make sure to sustain a healthy living by eating fruits and vegetables as often as you can. Make sure to exercise daily, drink plenty of water and eat more meat.

Best Kratom Dosage for Opiate Withdrawal

This portion varies each person slowly. There are no exact measurements for everyone as its potency may differ from each individual’s body size, weight, diet and even tolerance. The basic statement here to remember is that “What might work for you, may not work for the others,” and vice versa.

However, it is best to start your consumption at the lowest possible. Start with 1-2 teaspoons (each teaspoon corresponds to 4 grams of Kratom) for every 4-5 hours. Make notice of your bodily reactions and work from there. If it’s too much, reduce a little. If it does not work, increase a bit.

Just remember that Kratom effects usually last about 4-5 hours, so try hold back on your next intake as much as you can. In the end, if you can find the perfect balance of time and volume of Kratom, you can now follow that on the steps discussed above until completion.

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Best #Kratom Strains for #Euphoria – Which are the Most #Euphoric Kratom? #MondayMotivation


One of the most noticeable effects of Kratom is euphoria. This is a significant effect for many Kratom enthusiasts. Apart from this herb’s incredible health benefits, such distinct euphoric experience, which is a combination of energy and pleasure, is one of the many reasons why many people love Kratom.

Most users described a pleasant feeling, seeping naturally in the mind and body.

Best Kratom Strains for Euphoria

So what’s the most effective Kratom strain when it comes to achieving a state of euphoria? This is an essential question for Kratom users, especially for first-timers. Not all Kratom strains are euphoric. There are many highly-stimulating strains that can induce euphoric activity.

What Is Euphoria?

Euphoria is a higher state of overall happiness, joy, pleasure, and well-being. It can also be a state of ecstasy, intense commitment, mental and physical excitement. You often feel this sensation in your life, like receiving great news, after a heavy workout or being in love. Thus, it’s a wonderful feeling that you have experienced and one that you yearn for.

Certain foods can induce the same effect, such as chocolate. Some herbs exhibit it too like Kratom. Many are curious on how Kratom strains can biologically provide this unique activity.

How Does Kratom Boost Mood and Causes Euphoria?

The naturally occurring alkaloids present in Kratom leaves help to achieve this euphoric effect. Alkaloids enter the bloodstream and bind to the opioid receptors within the cells. They stimulate the sympathetic nervous system, which sends a signal to release endorphins. Endorphins, a type of neurotransmitter, provide the euphoric sensation and analgesic effect.

Users reported the following effects:
• Increase in overall level of energy and mood. It is a general mood enhancer
• Highly stimulated and calm state of mind
• Better focus and concentration, making complex tasks easy. Such effect depends on the strain.
• Boost stamina and endurance. It is commonly used by laborers to endure the harsh work conditions.

Which Kratom strains give the euphoric feeling?

The effect of Kratom varies depending on the strain and the person’s level of tolerance. The white and green strains are the most popular for achieving high euphoric experience. Kratom leaves offer a certain stimulating feeling including those of the calming red strains of Kratom.

When it comes to boosting your mood, the following Kratom strains are the most effective:

  • White Borneo: Most popular among users who want a complete uplifting serenity. This strain is the top favorite for people looking for an all-over and all-around euphoric experience.
  • Green Malay: A traditional strain derived from Malaysia. It is famous for its deep euphoric experience that lasts for hours.
  • Maeng Da: A highly potent Kratom strain known to offer total euphoria. Majority of users reported it to have a fast onset, with great intensity of euphoria. With this effect, it is not advised for first-time Kratom users.
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New Jersey Campaign Thwarts Vote to Remove the State’s Religious Exemption #ReligiousFreedom #FreedomofReligion #antivaccine #homeopathy #antivaccination #bigpharmakills #forcedinjections

Your voices are being heard. Thank you to those who took action and showed the world what it means to be Jersey strong.

Because of your action, last night the New Jersey Senate was forced to suspend S2173 — a bill that attempts to abolish the state’s religious exemption — because it didn’t have enough votes to pass the measure. This momentous victory follows an aggressive and highly targeted grassroots campaign that we implemented with Innovative Parenting New Jersey, prompting thousands of citizens to show up at the New Jersey State House on December 12 and again on December 16. Many of the advocates who descended on Trenton yesterday stood in the cold — and later freezing rain — with their families for nearly 12 hours to ensure their voices were heard. And they were.

The New Jersey campaign exemplifies the true power of the people when we stand together to protect our constitutional rights, human rights, and health freedom rights. In just two weeks’ time, nearly 82,000 emails were sent to New Jersey officials through the Stand for Health Freedom (SHF) advocacy portal! Additionally, more than 800 calls were made on the portal to Governor Phil Murphy and the full legislative body, with advocates sending nearly 500 tweets and 40 personal videos detailing how S2173 would negatively affect their families.

But the fight is certainly not over. Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney (D-3) has vowed to push this egregious legislation through the senate before the legislative session ends on January 14, 2020. As such, SHF needs advocates to stay vigilant and continue boots-on-the-ground action to keep the momentum strong.

With that said, please continue to reach out to your legislators, and share our latest campaign efforts with as many people as you can over the next four weeks so we can continue to grow our voting block. Together we will STAND strong to preserve religious rights and health freedom rights — for New Jersey and the rest of the country.

In Solidarity,

Stand for Health Freedom

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#AKA LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Fighting to Keep #Kratom Legal

From the AKA:


Legislative Update: Mac Haddow, Senior Fellow on Public Policy (10/2/19)

It likely is a phrase that is overused, but it certainly applies in this case: “You cannot make this stuff up.”

Last night, the Point Pleasant Beach Borough Council began voting on the proposed ban on the sale of kratom in the town, and then things got very interesting.  After just 2 votes were cast by the Council, the sponsor of the ban called for the vote to be tabled because it was “clear the proposed ban would not pass.”

In my 40+ years of lobbying at all levels of government, I have never seen a motion to stop a vote in the middle of a roll call because you do not want to face the inevitable results of losing on the issue.  In this case, the sponsor himself made the statement that he wanted to stop the vote because he knew the proposed ban on kratom sales was going to be defeated.

Point Pleasant Beach is a small coastal town that is popular with tourists, and the town has a diverse resident population ranging from retirees to young millennials. Several weeks ago, Councilman and Mayoral candidate Paul M. Kanitra proposed an ordinance that would ban the sale of kratom in the town. The proposed resolution to ban kratom reads like the Anti-Kratom Talking Points and anti-kratom disinformation that has been peddled by former-FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb for the last several years.

The American Kratom Association (AKA) provided the compelling peer-reviewed scientific research that shows that kratom should not be banned, but appropriately regulated to protect consumers from adulterated and unsafe products that masquerade as pure kratom. Councilman Kanitra refused to budge, and strongly attacked kratom as a dangerous drug that had to be removed from sale in Point Pleasant Beach.

Other members of the Council clearly agreed that kratom should be regulated appropriately, and it visibly irritated Councilman Kanitra. Kanitra argued that all of the kratom advocates were just part of a massive lobbying and grass-roots campaign and he found it telling that no one was there to argue that kratom should be banned. I told the Council during my speaking time that the opposite was true.

The Big PhRMA companies are funding anti-kratom attacks on popular websites like WebMD where millions of people go to get advice on dietary supplements and drugs that can improve and manage their health. There is a huge anti-kratom effort launched by medication assisted opioid treatment facilities who would lose significant revenue if the FDA were to lift the import alert and allow kratom products to go mainstream.

And I pointed out that even Councilman Kanitra, who runs a lobbying firm in Washington D.C., represents a client that markets a medication management product that helps patients monitor their drug intake, including opioids.  If there are fewer people taking opioids because their pain is well-managed with kratom, then limiting or banning kratom makes business sense for any who profit from wide circulation of opioid products.  Setting aside the potential actual or perceived conflict-of-interest on that representation, the financial interest of any group that relies on the continued and widespread use of opioids is obvious.  While Councilman Kanitra did not even see the potential conflict with his own client, there can be no question that the opponents of kratom have the resources and capabilities to make their case.

This strange and arguably legally questionable parliamentary maneuver by Councilman Kanitra sets the stage for another attempt to vote again on the proposed sale of kratom ban. It certainly was a weird outcome.

Here is a link to a news report from the Borough Council Meeting held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019:


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