Kratom Podcast Notes
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Kratom Podcast Notes
When it comes to using kratom for alcoholism and depression, there is a very specific form of kratom to use, as well as a very specific dosage range.
When I was watching a YouTube video recently, I became worried. The woman on it said that kratom had helped her quit drinking. She said in the video that she was abstaining from alcohol by taking up to 15 grams a day, every day.
Either she's been buying poor-quality kratom that's been tampered with or has lost its potency, or she's lost power. 15 grams of kratom is nuts for me under any case. That's enough to knock you out, and doing it every day will help you develop a tolerance.
With kratom, I've found that you don't need to take it every day. You just take it when you really need it, and you divide the dosage so that you get the advantage when you're at your most vulnerable.
I would suggest a daily dosage of about 4-5 grams, or twice if you are very in need and struggling. Every couple of days, that's all I take. To get smashed, all you need is a handful of grams of something like pure Red Maeng Da.
If you're in control enough, I wouldn't recommend taking kratom every day. Take it only every other day or so, giving yourself a break so you don't develop a dependence or dependency.
If you’re in control enough, I would also say you do not take kratom every day. Take it every other day at most, give yourself a break, so you don’t build up any tolerance or dependency.
I talk about maeng da kratom current events with Mark Haddow, Senior Fellow on Public Policy of the American Kratom Association. He clarifies his statement aimed at Trump regarding Hydroxychloroquine and how ‘the right to try’ should apply to kratom for chronic pain. We also talk about the latest in kratom (during Covid), the new AKA National Kratom Consumer Advocacy Council (KCAC), Melvin Gray replacing Herman Davis as the Chairman of civilized people for kratom, and much more.
Then for our great talk, discussing a range of kratom related topics from big pharma control, FDA, sugar, diabetes, exercise and natural remedies and more. Paul is 71 is in great shape, takes no medications and does not go to see doctors. He is a daily kratom consumer and advocate. He helped grow the AKA and encouraged consumers to support the organization as the most viable group to keep kratom legal.
In this kratom podcast Episode I interview Dr. Christopher McCurdy; a broadly trained medicinal chemist and pharmacologist who's research focuses on the development of kratom to treat pain and drug abuse. Dr. McCurdy is also the Director of the University of Florida Translational Drug Development Core, and is internationally recognized as the expert when it comes to Kratom. university labs has done groundbreaking research on the plant, as well as studied the products sold from different kratom suppliers to evaluate the strongest alkaloid content. Because of my interest in Kratom and the articles I've written in the past, I was really looking forward to this conversation. Dr. McCurdy is also featured in an upcoming Netflix Documentary on Kratom that will be coming out next year. If you want to know the current science behind Kratom without the media fluff or unsubstantiated claims (positive or negative), this is the Podcast Episode for you The Science of Kratom: Benefits, Risks, and New Research. Can CBD oil cause insomnia? , we et the answers on our next podcast interview