Kratom Pain Relief: 5 Key Things You Should Know About Kratom

Kratom Pain Relief: 5 Key Things You Should Know About Kratom
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Sales of kratom have been rising all across North America and Europe.

Like marijuana, it can bring a whole host of benefits to your wellness and mental health, including effective kratom pain relief. However, much less is commonly known about this particular herb.

In this post, we'll tell you all about it.

Everything You Need to Know About Kratom Pain Relief

Not sure if kratom is right for you? Read on to find out.

1. Where It Comes From

The kratom plant, otherwise known as Mitragyna Speciosa, originates from Southeast Asia and thrives in a tropical climate. It grows in Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Myanmar.

Kratom is available in three strains: the green-veined leaf, the white-veined leaf, and the red-veined leaf.

These leaves are crushed into a powder form, which is then sold for medicinal use.

2. How It Works

Kratom is a powerful painkiller.

Some people chew the leaves or brew them into tea.

Most commonly, the leaves are crushed into a powder, making it easy to enjoy the benefits. All you have to do is toss the powder into your mouth then follow it with water or another liquid to drink it down.

Once in the body, it will interact with the brain's opioid receptors to produce a combination of sedative and stimulant effects. This means that, unlike many other pain relievers, it won't make you drowsy or knock you out.

It will relieve pain, lift your mood, boost your energy, and make it easier for you to relax. Some people also use it to ease the effects of opiate withdrawal or even to treat mental health conditions, anxiety, and PTSD.

You'll feel these effects within 5 to 10 minutes, and they can continue for up to 5 hours.

3. How to Store It

Keep your kratom powder in a cool, dry place. Medicine cabinets, kitchen cupboards, and drawers all make ideal storage places.

Store them in a sealed container in order to maintain freshness and avoid exposure to any bright light.

Avoid putting your kratom in the freezer, especially for long periods of time. This method is not known to increase the longevity of the powder, and it can result in freezer burn.

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4. The Risks

Kratom can produce some side effects.

These commonly include nausea, vomiting, and itching. In comparison to opiates and other pain relievers, the side effects of kratom are rather mild.

5. Where to Buy It

In most states throughout the US, kratom is legal. That means you can buy it easily from vendors.

However, you don't need to leave the house to get your hands in it. If you prefer, you can buy kratom online.

Shop around and make sure you're buying from a reputable site to get the best quality powder.

Improve Your Quality of Life

Now that you know how you can use this medicinal herb, you can start to enjoy the effects of kratom pain relief.

Looking for more tips?

See our health and wellness section for other advice on how to feel better and improve your health.

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I just started using Kratom about 6 months ago and I love it. I buy mine at the local smoke shop.

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