Lipht Kratom Premium Bali 120 Capsules Herbal Supplement
Lipht Kratom Premium Bali 120 Capsules 400mg Bottles
This Product Contains:
Lipht Kratom Premium Bali 120 Capsules 400mg Bottles are used as carriers or containers for botanical powder and to assist in handling. Each Capsule Contains approximately 400grams of powder.
Quantity Per Container: 120 Capsules
Serving Size: 8 Capsules
Servings per container: 15
Amount % of Daily Per Serving Value
Pure Kratom Leaf Approx 400mg
Daily Values Not Established
Other Ingredients: May contain vegetable capsules and vegetable stearate used manufacturing.
Storage: Keep in a cool dry place
Warnings: Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
Take 8 capsules every 4 hours or as needed. You must be 18 to use this product.
Only for use as a botanical product. Do not interact with this product if pregnant, nursing or taking any medication. Do not operate heavy machinery. Not for sale to minors.
If you are not completely satisfied with this product, contact us to return the unused portion with your original receipt within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.
What is Kratom?
Kratom, or Mitragyna Speciosa, is a tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia. Its leaves have been consumed in countries like Thailand and Malaysia for well over 500 years. Farmers and laborers traditionally used it in much the same way as coffee – to boost energy and increase productivity. Today Americans use kratom for things like fatigue, pain, depression, anxiety, PTSD, to ease themselves off opiates and to help manage addiction. Kratom is now consumed in the U.S. just like other herbal supplements and remedies, as more and more people look to natural alternatives to manage their health.
What Kratom is not
Kratom is not new. Kratom is not synthetic. Kratom is not an opiate. It is not dangerous when used responsibly, nor is it highly addictive. The media likes to report, among other inaccuracies, that kratom causes hallucinations, paranoia and/or psychosis when there is no scientific or even anecdotal evidence to back such claims. It was not banned in its native Thailand because it's dangerous, but because it was cutting into the government’s opium tax.
Kratom has proven medicinal use
Many studies have shown kratom to have positive medicinal benefits. A 2015 study in Dove Press Journal concluded kratom merits further study to develop its medical benefits, as a better opioid substitute, with fewer lethal side effects, or as an effective pain killer. A 2014 study in the Journal of Pacific Cancer Prevention even concluded the benefits of the leaves are not limited to analgesic properties but could be promising antioxidant and anti-cancer compounds. It's no wonder at least 4 patents have been filed on the primary constituents of the plant!
Adverse reactions from kratom are not pervasive
The National Forensic Laboratory Information System, the DEA database that collects information from forensic labs throughout the country shows kratom appears in just a fraction of one percent of all reports for substances in 2013 (173 times) and 2014 (137 times). Contrast that with an over the counter pain reliever like acetaminophen (the main ingredient in Tylenol) which sends 78,000 people to the Emergency Room each year.
Kratom is not habit-forming when used responsibly
Kratom is non-habit forming unless taken in high doses for extended periods of time. Users may experience dependence (similar to caffeine dependence) and discomfort on stopping excessive, daily use abruptly. Taken in excess it will cause nausea and vomiting; its own built-in safety mechanism.
How people consume Kratom
Traditionally leaves were chewed or steeped into a tea. Today the leaves are dried and powdered to be used in dietary supplements, as a tea, taken in straight powder form or in capsules.
Legality of Kratom
Kratom is legal in all states but Indiana, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Vermont, Alabama, Arkansas. These states have laws based largely on the misconception that kratom is a synthetic drug. The Wisconsin Controlled Substances Board is in the process of removing its ban. Dr. Alan Bloom, Board member, and professor of pharmacology and toxicology said recently, “There’s no scientific basis for it” (classifying kratom like a dangerous drug). The Florida State Senate recently recognized kratom has medicinal value and changed a bill attempting to outlaw it to allow adults to consume, possess and sell it.
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Report
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) released a December 2015 report titled Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa, The Impact to Florida and found, “Kratom does not currently constitute a significant risk to the safety and welfare of Florida residents. Additionally, the report sites that the Florida Department of Health found there are no pervasive health issues can be attributed to the ingestion Kratom products in Florida.”
Ryan Estevez, MD, Tampa Bay, Florida: “In recent years, kratom has been widely misrepresented as dangerous and without medical value. These disturbing labels overlook the fact that valuable remedies and dietary supplements derived from kratom benefit lives. Kratom, in fact, is not a drug at all: It is a plant derivative no more dangerous than a cup of coffee.”
Jane Maxwell, Research Professor at the Addiction Research Institute at the University of Texas: When asked about the impact and presence of kratom across the U.S., “It’s pretty minor.”
In the words of Dr. Christopher McCurdy, head researcher at the University of Mississippi (where kratom has most recently been studied in the U.S.): “Based on the information available in the scientific literature, we know that Kratom has been utilized for centuries by people in Thailand, without the stigma associated with its use. In traditional medicine, Kratom has been used as an antidiarrheal and as a treatment for opioid dependence. Although there are suggestions that Kratom has a risk of addiction, there is no solid scientific evidence available to support or refute this idea.”
Kratom is safely relieving mental and physical suffering in the lives of adults all across America. We support the further scientific study of the plant and oppose legislation that will turn responsible kratom users into criminals.
Kratom: Kratom's pharmacology is primarily mediated by the alkaloids 7-hydroxy mitragynine and mitragynine. While these molecules share structural similarities to the psychedelics, there is no psychedelic activity or similarities in effects to such substances. Instead, these alkaloids primarily interact with the adrenergic and opioid receptors. Accordingly, kratom is known to prevent or delay withdrawal symptoms in an opiate-dependent individual, and it is often used to mitigate cravings thereafter. It can also be used for other medicinal purposes. Kratom has been traditionally chewed or brewed into a tea, for its effects, in regions such as Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, but was officially introduced to the Western world by ethnobotanists during the 19th century. Besides Kratom, in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands, it also goes by the names krathom, ithang, biak biak, ketum, kakuam, and in southern regions, Thom. In these areas, kratom has a history of use by laborers and in folk medicine for opium dependence and diarrhea. Of the two main active constituents, mitragynine has been studied more thoroughly than 7-hydroxymitragynine. At lower doses, mitragynine exhibits a yohimbine-like binding to alpha-adrenergic receptors, as well as some binding to the delta-opioid receptors. As doses increase, binding to delta receptors increases, and in yet higher doses, crossover to mu Opioid receptors occurs. 7-Hydroxymitragynine was only recently understood to be the main active ingredient. Limited animal research suggests it is a potent opiate agonist, but with a ceiling effect that limits the potential for respiratory depression and euphoria. No fatal overdose of kratom is known to have occurred. One study of Thai users reported that kratom has subtle calming effects in low doses, changing over to mild stimulation in higher doses. Other anecdotal sources say that it may be a mild, caffeine-like stimulant in lower doses, but decreases the effect in higher doses, which is consistent with mitragynine's receptor binding profile. However, recent publications indicate that different alkaloids may be at work to achieve mild stimulation versus sedation: whereas higher concentrations of mitragynine are attributed to act as a sedative, 7-hydroxy mitragynine appears to be a significant alkaloid for reducing the stress associated with opioid craving. Effects come on within five to ten minutes after use, and last for several hours, depending on individual physiology. The feeling has been described as subtly active, while the mind is described as calm.
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