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What is kratom?
Kratom is a tree native to Southeast Asia (Thailand,
Malaysia, Myanmar, and elsewhere). Its botanical name is
Mitragyna speciosa. Kratom is in the same family as the
coffee tree (Rubiaceae). The leaves of kratom have been
used as an herbal drug from time immemorial by peoples
of Southeast Asia. It is used as a stimulant (in low
doses), sedative (in high doses), recreational drug,
pain killer, medicine for diarrhea, and treatment for
Recipe for premium kratom
Put a pint of milk into a blender, add 6 grams and blend for 1 minute. Add Ice cream, honey and chocolate powder and blend for another minute. Drink slowly on an empty stomach.
What are the effects?
Kratom is a rather unique drug in that a low to moderate
dose will usually (but not always) be stimulating, while
a high dose is almost always quite sedating. This is
apparently because the active alkaloids (primarily
mitragynine) have both stimulant and sedative effects.
Which predominates probably depends both on blood level
and individual differences between users.
The stimulant level: At the stimulant level the
mind is more alert, physical energy and sometimes sexual
energy is increased, ability to do hard monotonous
physical work may be improved, one is more talkative,
friendly, and sociable. Some people find this level edgy
rather than pleasant.
The sedative-euphoric-analgesic level: At this
dosage you will be less sensitive to physical or
emotional pain, feel and look calm, have a general
feeling of comfortable pleasure, and may enter a
pleasant dreamy reverie. You may experience some itching
or sweating. Your pupils may be constricted (small). It
is possible you may feel nauseated, but if you lie down
the nausea should quickly cease. You may find your
appreciation of music is increased. It will be very
pleasant to lie down on your back in a semi-darkened
room, with eyes closed, and just listen to your favorite
music. If you do this you may be fortunate enough to
enter the delightful mixed-state of ‘waking-dreaming’
where you have one foot in dreamland and the other foot
in the real world. This state was much prized by the
19th century Romantic writers, who, lacking knowledge of
kratom, resorted to the much more habit-forming narcotic,
opium, to achieve it. The effects of kratom usually last
about six hours. The higher the dose, the stronger the
effects, and the longer they last. Many people report a
positive ‘afterglow’ the next day.
What are the risks? How safe is it?
If kratom is chewed or taken as a tea by itself (without
mixing it with other drugs), the greatest risk is
falling asleep while engaged in hazardous activities.
NEVER drive while under the influence of kratom, even if
you feel stimulated, rather than sleepy, for sleepiness
may come on you without warning. Use common sense. Do
not use power tools, or climb ladders while under the
influence of kratom. Be careful not to leave a pot on a
lit stove and then fall asleep.
Pregnant women should not take any drug or medication
except on medical advice. Since there have been no
studies of the risks of kratom use by pregnant women, it
is not known whether it could cause birth defects or
fetal death. We strongly recommend that any woman who
could possibly be pregnant NOT use kratom."
Is kratom habit forming?
Although a small number of people have become dependent
on kratom (primarily in Thailand), kratom is not habit
forming when it is used responsibly. If used
occasionally as a recreational drug, rather than daily,
there is virtually no risk of becoming dependent on it.
But it is very important not to get into the habit of
using it every day. For kratom, like many drugs [e.g.
alcohol, coffee, tobacco, etc.] if used on a daily basis
for a prolonged period of time, could become a habit
hard to break. IT IS IMPORTANT NOT TO USE KRATOM EVERY
DAY. Before starting to experiment with it set yourself
usage guidelines. If you EVER find it is hard to stay
within your usage guidelines immediately quit using
What are safe usage guidelines?
It is best to ere on the side of caution. Do not use
Kratom more than once a week. Preferably, no more than
once or twice a month. This will insure that Kratom does
not become a habit. In other words, kratom should be
reserved as a special, but OCCASIONAL treat. By using it
infrequently, you will avoid habituation and get more
pleasure from it.
Are there any reported health problems?
Health problems are unlikely unless one is consuming
large quantities of kratom every day. In Thailand, where
there are some people who use kratom every day, those
dependent on it can develop weight loss, dark
pigmentation of the face, and have physical withdrawal
symptoms if they quit abruptly. The withdrawal symptoms
may include muscle aches, irritability, crying, runny
nose, diarrhea, and muscle jerking. Health problems are
unlikely to occur in occasional kratom users. Like any
drug or medicine, people's reactions vary and some
people could possibly have an allergic or other unusual
reaction to kratom, even if they used it responsibly.
Can kratom be combined safely with other substances?
In general, combining drugs can be risky. We recommend
that kratom not be combined with yohimbine, cocaine,
amphetamine-like drugs, or large doses of caffeine,
because of the possibility of over-stimulation or
increased blood pressure. We recommend that kratom not
be combined with large amounts of alcohol, with
benzodiazepines, opiates (other than possible use with
red poppy tea—see below), or any other drugs that
depress the nervous system. This is because of the
possibility that such combinations might cause
over-sedation or even possible respiratory depression (not
breathing), We recommended that kratom not be combined
with Syrian rue, Banesteriopsis caapi, or any other MAO
inhibitor drug. Serious, even fatal, reactions can occur
if MAO inhibitor drugs are combined with monoamine drugs.
The combination of MAO inhibitor drugs with kratom,
which contains monoamine alkaloids, has not been studied.
Certain combinations have been reported by users to be
pleasant and supposedly safe. Kratom can certainly be
combined with ordinary tea without risk. It has been
used with a tea made from red poppy flowers (Papaver
rhoeas), which itself has an extremely mild narcotic
effect, and with a sedating-euphoriant tea made from
‘blue lotus’ (Nymphaea caerulea). It has been safely
combined with SMALL quantities of alcohol, however large
quantities of alcohol must be avoided. Some people
report they like to smoke tobacco or cannabis while
under the influence of kratom. But anyone smoking under
the influence of kratom must be very careful not to nod
off and drop lit smoking materials.
What is kratom's legal status?
Kratom is illegal in Australia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and
Thailand (these countries impose sever penalties for
possession of the herb). It is legal in most other
countries, including the United States and all of
Europe. Laws can and do change, so be sure that kratom
is legal where you live before using it.
What are kratom's active constituents?
There are many closely-related tryptamine alkaloids in
kratom. The most important one is mitragynine, which is
primarily responsible for kratom’s pain relieving,
sedative, euphoric, and stimulating effects. Mitragynine
resembles yohimbine in structure, but does not have the
Can kratom be cultivated?
Kratom plants can be purchased from some online
merchants and botanical supply houses. They can be grown
as house plants (but will have to be cut back because
they can grow quite large). They can be grown under
florescent lights. They do not tolerate frost, but can
be grown outdoors in pots in summer in temperate
climates. They can be grown outdoors all year in
frost-free climates, provided the humidity is not too
low. They should be lightly fertilized every few weeks.
They can be propagated from cuttings.