The Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) of the World Health Organization (WHO) organized a series of meetings on the implementation of the international drug control treaties at the end of 2021, which resulted in a final report with conclusions and recommendations on some substances. The substances analyzed and considered as a harm or risk […]
Whether for its analgesic, anxiolytic, antidepressant or energizing effects, many kratom users often combine it with other substances or medications in order to achieve better results. Combining medications with other substances or natural products is not unusual and does not carry health risks if it is done in the correct way and indicated by a professional.
When googling the word kratom, the first entries of the most famous search engine on the planet show some online stores where to buy it, some Wikipedia entry and dozens of articles talking about the threat of this new drug that has caused dozens of deaths. Sensationalism and misinformation aside: does kratom carry a risk of
When learning about the benefits that kratom provides to the body and mind, many people often comment that they sound very similar to what CBD provides. For those who don’t know, CBD is cannabidiol, a compound from the Cannabis sativa plant that in recent years has become widespread and legalized in some countries for the treatment of
It is relatively easy to describe the sensations that kratom produces in our organism. Although some people need only 1 gram to obtain the desired effect when taking their kratom, others, when ingesting 10 times the same amount will feel the same effect; therefore it is virtually impossible for us to define a specific and universal dose of
Europe is a promising market for kratom. Unlike the United States, where kratom has already become relatively popular in the last fifteen years, the old continent is still going slow with the plant, either because it has not suffered an epidemic of legal opioids as serious as the one on the other side of the
The kratom tree, also known as Mitragyna speciosa, has long been popular and used in its native lands: Southeast Asia. For at least two centuries, many farmers in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea have been using this plant as an energy enhancer to develop their work activities in planting and harvesting, beyond its