Kratom is a natural herb that has helped many people to withdraw from opiates. According to Kratom community, they take it frequently for treatment like pain, anxiety, depression, sleep apnea and much other health issues.
But is that really effective? Can this natural tree leave addictive just like other opiates?
According to the FDA, Kratom is an addictive drug and can be harmful when mixed with other opiates.
According to many users, it can be addictive, or withdrawal might be as much as with other opiates.
But, what is that cause you addictive to Kratom? Are you using it as a substitute for an opiate or you are trying to quit?
Using Kratom to get off other opiates or alcohol can be beneficial, with those dealing with anxiety that doesn't want to use traditional pharmaceuticals.
There is a benefit, and that should also be noted.
The physiological element of people are different, and the benefits plus side-effects can be mixed and having mixed reactions.
You Tube Video link Check out the video link of the review of Kratom withdrawal.
You can read the comments under the video to have a better knowledge of how Kratom works and what is the real cause of addiction.
Be careful with your selection of Kratom vendor as they are importing low quality powder mixed with other substances.