Is White Vein Kratom safe?
First of all, let’s discuss Kratom, and specifically, White Vein Kratom. Kratom is classified as an evergreen tree. It is found in Asia and around the world. It is in the coffee family. Kratom is used as a naturally occurring drug which functions as an opioid and a stimulant. White Vein Kratom is a specific variety of Kratom.
How is White Vein Kratom different from other forms of Kratom?
White Vein Kratom has a reputation for being more of a stimulant than other forms. People who use it will tend to take it in the morning. Users may do this to help promote wakefulness and to increase focus. Often, it is consumed in the form of a hot tea.
Are the benefits of White Vein Kratom real?
There is little research into these claims. Also, it is always important to look at the bigger picture. We must consider risks as well as benefits.
What are the risks of Kratom?
Kratom is a naturally occurring plant which contains a drug that affect the human body. Potency is, of course unregulated. If someone hands you a cup of Kratom tea, you have no way of knowing how much active drug you are receiving. Therefore, you take the risk of dose-related significant adverse effects. According to narconon.org, there is the potential for dangerous effects involving slowed breathing, increased heart rate and blood pressure and even liver toxicity. Mixing Kratom with other drugs increases these and other risks.
What about opioid addicts? Is there any benefit in treating addiction?
There has been some discussion about the benefits of Kratom in treating opioid and opiate addiction and dependence. Heroin and pain pill users may have heard that this natural substance can help. Unfortunately, the risk is too great to consider Kratom as a treatment for addiction. To maximize the chance for success, an addiction treatment program must include psychotherapy and recovery-based support and approved medications.
What additional risk does Kratom pose to opioid and opiate addicts?
The problem with this substance is that it will likely stimulate cravings. Kratom users frequently report this. Shortly after use, many users report having intense thoughts and cravings for more potent opioids. Therefore, the use of Kratom often leads the user back to their dangerous drug of choice. In the case of drugs such as heroin and fentanyl, the immediate risk of overdose death is high. Other opioids also pose a significant risk of overdose death when misused.
In conclusion, we must consider Kratom to be an unsafe substance. You should avoid Kratom, especially if you have a personal or family history of addiction.