The use of Kratom is currently legal in the vast majority of the United States. Many users strongly believe that the plant is the perfect drug to help users of opiates that are experiencing withdrawal symptoms but don't wish to be stuck on a prescription medication.
As the use of Kratom, also known as Ithang, Kakuam and madat as well as a host of other names has significantly increased. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) performer a literaturę review on all publically available information on the safety of the plant.
Following this report, on the 22nd January 2016 the
Direct kratom overdoses from the life-threatening respiratory depression that usually occurs with opioid overdoses have not been reported, says Oliver Grundmann, clinical associate professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Florida, who recently reviewed the research on kratom for the International Journal of Legal
Vice.com, well known for reporting news to the masses which otherwise may have been overlooked, has released a stimulating article on Kratom. The article provides the reader with more information on the harsh measures which may be introduced banning the currently legal natural drug, Kratom, as well as opinions about its risks
Users of hard drugs such as Heroin and black market painkillers are looking to Kratom for their opiate high. Those individuals take high doses of Kratom to achieve their opiate-like high however, many suggest that hard drug addicts might be able to quit their habit by
FDA officials recently intercepted a large amount of dietary supplements containing Kratom. They claim the products do not properly notify consumers that kratom is included and may not be safe. The use of Kratom according to the FDA can have a number of serious side-effects.
There appears to be a lack of scientific research into how Kratom affects the senses and its addictive properties. Therefore much of the information reaching potential new users is that of first, second and even third hand accounts of how other people have experienced its usage. People