Non-addictive Natural Pain Killer Kratom Relieves Chronic Pain, Depression – Leave Rx Drugs Behind – Tuesday, 4-Apr-2017

 Non-addictive Natural Pain Killer Kratom Relieves Chronic Pain, Depression – Leave Rx Drugs Behind

Posted By: LilliHart
Date: Tuesday, 4-Apr-2017 17:31:17

Kratom is a tree native to Southeast Asia that is widely known as ‘nature’s vicodin’. The leaves of the tree can be chewed, made into a tea, or dried and added to capsules that cure anxiety, depression, migraines and many types of chronic pain. The plant acts as both a mild sedative when used sparingly; and in large doses, as a stimulant. It can also be used to wean patients off opiate addictions such as heroin and morphine. The plant is from the same family as the coffee tree, and Thai people have used Kratom leaves as a form of medicine for centuries to treat conditions such as diarrhea, nervousness and opiate withdrawal. Many long-term users of Kratom claim that it is more effective at managing pain than many powerful painkillers such as morphine and vicodin, and is far less addictive than chemical narcotics. The DEA has placed Kratom onto their Drugs and Chemicals of Concern list in the past, and it is illegal in Australia, Thailand, Malaysia and Burma. It is available over-the-counter in powder form, dried leaves, capsules and as an extract, and there have been no reported cases of overdose or serious side-effects. MORE: http://www.jbbardot.com/forget-about-rx-pain-pills-non-addictive-pain-killer-kratom-relieves-chronic-pain-depression/

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