Health risks and side-effects of Kratom use

  1. Mitragyna speciosa Kratom and drug testing

    Mitragyna speciosa Kratom use is legal in most parts of the world, and is not specifically tested for in drug-screens or drug tests. Yet Kratom users facing potential drug-tests, such as urine drug-screens, which are very common in the U.S.A. for instance- should be very careful with Kratom use, and preferably restrain for using Kratom in the...
  2. About documents on traditional use of Kratom and addiction.

    As previously mentioned, despite Mitragyna speciosa Kratom’s relatively long history of human use, Kratom and Kratom use has rarely been studied extensively, even in countries where Kratom use is traditional. Such a country, Thailand, actually banned Kratom in 1943 (a ban which is now under discussion), and has also held strong anti-Kratom...
  3. Mitragyna speciosa Kratom related histamine output itching

    A few Kratom users, those more sensitive than others, have had allergy-like reactions to Mitragyna speciosa Kratom, especially in higher doses, which causes them to feel a generalised body itching, similar to opioids. This unpleasant sensation is most likely due to histamine output, and can be treated with histamine medication (dph/dhm) if it...
  4. A Mitragyna speciosa Kratom overdose ?

    Mitragyna speciosa Kratom use appears to be very safe in standard recreational doses. A person who consumes too much Mitragyna speciosa Kratom will experience strong nausea and vomit the consumed Kratom before their body would absorb enough alkaloids to cause a potentially dangerous overdose. This mechanism is thought to be due to Kratom’s...
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