• How gay people are using kratom to improve their lives

    How gay people are using kratom to improve their lives0

    There’s no denying of the fact; kratom is nothing less than a stress buster for many people across the world. Especially when it comes to the gay community, many people have turned towards this herb because they believe it helps in improving the quality of life. Not to forget, gay people are one of the most scrutinized people across the world, which is why they look for different ways to improve their self-esteem.

    Every year, thousands of gay people are fall prey to honor killings, cheating from spouse and imprisonments because of their sexual orientation. Before we dig deep into the crux of this discussion, it is essential to introduce kratom.… Continue reading.

  • How to choose kratom vendors

    How to choose kratom vendors0

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    Which kratom supplier should you trust? With the increasing popularity of kratom users, the supply has doubled in just a few years, and now many shady producers are springing like mushrooms online. In order not to fall for these vendors, you must choose the right kratom supplier.  If you’re looking for the best and highest quality kratoms in the market, you have to do your own research.… Continue reading.

  • What Is Kratom Tea, and Is It Safe – 2020 Guide

    What Is Kratom Tea, and Is It Safe – 2020 Guide0

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    Most beginners associate Kratom with powder or capsules. But you can also try brewing Kratom leaves like regular tea. You can find many varieties and methods of preparing this drink on the Kratomhelper website. Mitragyna Speciosa is the scientific name for the plant. It belongs to the coffee group and has a persistent invigorating property. At the same time, a small amount of dry leaves brewed in the form of tea is enough for you to be cheerful. You can also prepare chilled drinks. The higher the concentration of active substances, the more relaxing the effect you will get.… Continue reading.

  • What is kratom: Nutrition facts, uses and side-effects

    What is kratom: Nutrition facts, uses and side-effects0

    Social media is a great influencer; you can hear about everything new and old that you never heard of. 

    These days one of the fads that are seen everywhere is about Kratom leaf supplements. Various health experts and fitness bloggers are promoting this supplement as a major part of their diet. 

    But before we believe what they are saying and buying a Kratom or using its leaves for yourself, it is better to know what it is and how it can help your body. 

    What is Kratom?


    Kratom is a type of tree that belongs to the coffee family. It is a tropical evergreen plant found in Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, and other South Asia countries. 

    The Kratom leaf and its extract are used as a stimulant and sedative.… Continue reading.

  • A Guide For Choosing The Right Kratom Vendor

    A Guide For Choosing The Right Kratom Vendor0

    Are you excited to try kratom for the first time? Or are you a veteran kratom lover that wants to expand where you shop from?

    Either way, welcome to the world of kratom! There are many different vendors, types of kratom, kratom strains, and accessories to choose from. It
    can be a bit overwhelming when you’re first trying to narrow down your

    Choosing the right kratom vendor can be very important when shopping for kratom, so you will want to take time to do it right. Not all kratom vendors are created equal, and we are here to help you navigate that selection today.

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  • Legal kratom edges closer

    Legal kratom edges closer0

    Officials are cutting kratom trees in Kapong district of Phangnga in March. (Photo by Achadtaya Chuenniran)

    Proposed legislation that would remove kratom from the list of narcotics has taken a step closer to being tabled before parliament, the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) said on Tuesday.

    The Council of State, the government’s legal arm, finished examining the amendment to the Narcotics Act last Wednesday, and will send back to the cabinet for endorsement before it is forwarded to parliament, ONCB secretary-general, Niyom Termsrisuk, said.

    The cabinet approved in principle to remove kratom from the drugs list in March.

    Mr Niyom warned the public that the plant is still considered a narcotic at present, which means possessing it is illegal.… Continue reading.