Kratom for Detox and Withdrawal

Kratom for Detox and Withdrawal

Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) | What is It?

Kratom is a botanical product; harvested from leaves from the Rubiaceae (coffee) tree found in Southeast Asia for many years as an opium substitute and . Trees grow from 12 to 50 feet tall and approximately 15-20 feet wide. The large leaves are traditionally used for their medicinal values and the two main alkaloids/compounds the leaves contain are Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine among an array of other alkaloids (total 25 alkaloids). These alkaloids interact with the opioid receptors of the brain described as providing various effects including mood enhancement, stimulation, analgesic effects and overall sense of well-being to combat depression, anxiety and stress. Also known to help control alcohol, opiate and similar abuse symptoms, Kratom for detox and withdrawal is reported to ease taper concerns associated with blood pressure, diarrhea and increase anti-oxidant levels.

Although using Kratom is common wherever it grows throughout Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea, this amazing plant remained virtually unknown outside of those areas until fairly recently. Kratom is structurally related to yohimbine, but the pharmacology is quite different. It contains many alkaloids that we are just now beginning to be understand the effects. Kratom has proven a remedy for acute opiate withdrawal pain for many people.


Kratom for Detox and Withdrawal Symptoms

Kratom for Detox and Withdrawal Symptoms | Can It Help?

What are the effects of consuming kratom?
When consumed orally or chewed in leaf form its effects have been described as less intense but similar to the feeling of opioids. Kratom is described as stimulating at lower doses and more sedating at higher doses. Most would agree is far less powerful than opiate and far less additive.

The key to successful Kratom use is to only consume the product through opiate withdrawal phase, and without relapsing. Kratom itself is an Opiate replacement drug, so Kratom can be addictive as well. Kratom is as useful taper tool to address extreme narcotic withdrawal discomfort. Because it help you manage withdrawal pain and make it through the worst 3, 4 or 5 days. Be sure you only use it for 1 -2 weeks max because it can create dependency and that’s the last thing we want.

  • Opiate Cravings

  • Muscle and Body Aches

  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

  • Fever and Sweats

  • Poor Mood and Attitude

  • Low Energy and Lethargy

There are a number of different kinds, but common Kratom strains includes:

  • Maeng Da Kratom
  • Bali Kratom
  • Malaysian Kratom
  • Borneo Kratom
  • Thai Kratom
  • Green Vein Kratom
  • Indonesian Kratom

Kratom comes in these common forms:

  • powders – stems and leaves ground into a powder.
  • leaves – leaves can be chewed when taken from tree.
  • tincture – It can be melted and extracted into a tincture.
  • extract – To enhance the strength of it, so one does not have to take too much, you can make an extraction so less is more.
  • pills – many people don’t like the taste of kratom powder so they cap it.

How to use Kratom for Detox and Withdrawal symptoms?

Kratom should be used to get user through the hardest times of opiate withdrawal, and not a moment longer. Use it so that you don’t relapse when your hurt the most. It’s a medicine to help you through your most painful times and then stop when your withdrawals ease off. It can be additive.

Kratom dosing instructions:
Kratom dosing varies by your height, weight, sex, age and experience. It’s really hard for anyone to tell anyone how much to take. As you should do with everything, always test small to start. You could try 1 – 3 powdered grams and see how it affects you. People also take it on an empty stomach. Then you can adjust your dosage up or down as needed.

What physical side-effects are associated with taking Kratom?

  • Nausea
  • Upset Stomach
  • Hot / Cold Flushing
  • Dizziness
  • Sleep when taken in Higher Doses
  • Dependence

Popular ways to take Kratom include:

  • Kratom Toss and Wash – This is when you take however much kratom you want to take and throw it in the back of your throat, then wash it down with juice or a beverage of your choice.

  • Kratom Milk Shake Method – Get a small bottle of chocolate milk and dump your dose of kratom in the milk and shake. This mixes well with kratom while a number of other liquids don’t mix very well.

  • Kratom Tea – Kratom tea is another very popular way to consume. Most people put their desired kratom in water and squeeze a fresh lemon into it. Then boil for 20 minutes on med-low. After that, strain the product and consume the liquid.

  • Kratom Capsules – You can also cap your kratom and then just swallow the capsules so you don’t have to taste it.

What’s the best type/strain/kind of Kratom is best for Opiate Withdrawals?

#1 – Maeng da Kratom – Maeng da is know to be very good for staving-off cravings and making it so your body doesn’t ache. It’s probably the strongest kratom and works well for opiate withdrawals.

Other kratom strains that are known to work well for narcotic withdrawal symptoms include Borneo White Vein, Premium Bali Kratom, Thai kratom, Malaysian green kratom.

Conclusion: Kratom has been proven by certain substance abusers as an effective withdrawal taper tool. The best product will be wild-crafted and harvested from mature trees located in the jungles away from any potential pesticides or insecticides to ensure the cleanest natural and organic product. Precautions should be taken to when attempting to self-manage any addiction. Professional detoxification treatment centers are highly recommended to minimize the discomfort, create the best environment for sustained abstinence and ensure patient safety.

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