3 Reasons To Stock Up on Kratom Now!

The controversy over the herbal supplement kratom heated up when the FDA announced it was going to classify the substance into the same category as marijuana and LSD. The outrage expressed in the form of a petition signed by over 140,000 devotees of the herb, plus an open letter penned by some respected research scientist, seems to have backed the FDA off of its harsh stance – for now. If recent history is any indication, it is probably only a matter of time until it will be difficult or impossible to buy the substance legally. Here are three reasons you may want to lay up some reserves of kratom now while it is still readily available.

Reason #1: May Relieve Chronic Pain

Some who experience chronic pain swear that dried leaves from this close relative of the coffee plant help them find some lasting relief. All the evidence is currently anecdotal, but researchers like the ones who signed the protest letter to the FDA are searching for a verifiable link.

Reason #2: Could Help With Opiate Addiction

If you or someone you love are one of the millions addicted to prescription pain medication, this plant could represent a key to freedom. Again, no direct scientific proof exists. However, since chemicals in kratom bind to the same receptors in the brain as addictive pain medication, the claim may have some validity.

Reason #3: Possible Aid for Relaxation

Those receptor sites in the brain also control the ability to relax fully. Some users claim that the herb promotes a feeling of euphoria and helps them achieve a nearly complete level of relaxation. Scientists do know for sure that relaxation helps foster healing and general health in the human body.

This substance seems to be under the gun, but its sheer number of supporters have kept it off of the outlaw list for the time being. Your kratom supplier is still free to legally sell it over the internet and through retail outlets in most locations. If you believe this herbal wonder contains the answers you seek, you may want to build up a supply of it now while you still can.

1 Comment

  • Joseph
    Posted August 13, 2018 12:05 pm

    What is the health benifit

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