Kratom As An Anti-Inflammatory Effect

Author Unknown Reproduced with permission from Kratom Inside. Every day we are attacked by hundreds of hostile microorganisms that mean us harm. Our immune systems fight them off every day; unfortunately, our immune systems are not always fit for fighting various microorganisms, especially during winter, or epidemics (flu for example), or when the microorganisms are […]

Opiate addiction withdrawal for beginners

This article was written by Matt Finch from Opiate Addiction Support on January 7, 2015 In this article, I’m going to teach you how to use kratom for opiate withdrawal. When it comes to withdrawal remedies, kratom is one of the best-kept secrets there is. I went through opiate withdrawal many times over the span […]

Are you new to kratom?

The statements below have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).  Information regarding the use of kratom is provided for educational purposes only, it is not intended as medical advice to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness. So, what is kratom? If you are a sufferer of chronic pain, anxiety, or addiction to […]

Kratom and Type 1 Diabetes

Author Unknown Reproduced with permission from ILK For those unfamiliar with Type 1 Diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus Type 1), this article will give you some medical and physiological background to help you understand the disease as well as the benefits that Kratom offers to those afflicted. To begin, there are many factors that affect blood sugar […]

Kratom for Stress, Anxiety & Depression

During my rotation in the Psychiatry ward, I came across a patient who was on meds for depression for the past five years. I asked him if he was compliant, to which he answered he was. Next, I asked him the reason why he wasn’t getting off meds. He told me he wasn’t observing any improvement. I checked his previous medicine files and surprisingly I saw that he was being given stronger anti-depressants every 6 to 9 months, which have way more side effects than the common anti-depressants like SSRIs and SNRIs.