Kratom and Stress – Can Mother Nature Help?

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13 Responses

  1. JessyV says:

    hey there Tina, kratom is definitely great for stress BUT also it can be a great substitute for alcohol or cigarettes.

    Unfortunately our society is thought too unwind with either alcohol, cigarettes or other popular prescription drugs to make us happy and forget our problems.

    Well kratom has SO many different benefits and one of them is euphoria (in certain strains) for those nights with the family !

  2. Alejandra says:

    This is the first time I heard about this plant, great article, and you are right, stress is not good for anyone.

  3. Tina says:

    Hi Jessy, I am a big believer in alternative healing but I have never heard of Kratom, I will have to have a look into this and will also pass on this link to my daughter who is always stressed with 3 very young and very active boys.

  4. jessy1221086 says:

    Well thank you Ana !!
    Hopefully I have written enough for you to come to understand what the plant is, its effects and more… Thanks for your comment and if you have any more questions about kratom that you don’t see on the site feel free to comment and let me know what you are looking for, you may just see your idea on kratombible.com :)

  5. Ana says:

    Amazing article!. This is the first time I ever heard about this plant. I had battled with depression on & off; plus stress from my everyday stuff I dealt with. Sounds like a great alternative since I had been using St John’s Worth. Looking toward getting more information about it and see if this plant would be a good alternative for me.

  6. jessy1221086 says:

    Hey there Emily,

    Kratom has been around for hundreds of years and has been used by the natives of Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and other south asian countries. Check my blog about kratom addiction here and check it out. But kratom is 100% natural, its a leaf from a tree. You can’t get any more natural than that, abuse is another story. Read the beginners guide for that 😉

  7. jessy1221086 says:

    Absolutley, there are so many factors of stress in everyday life, definitely what we put into our bodies everyday will factor the stress level that we feel. Weather it be not enough water, to much sugar everything must be moderated and that is another stressor in itself (everything must be moderated). In a first world country there is a lot of stressors and I have found kratom to help me dramatically, because, I do eat fast food (its so fast)

  8. Keye says:

    Great article. I also think that fast foods and processed foods also contribute to stress. What are your thoughts on this?

  9. hope says:

    This is an interesting product. Here is hoping that many people get relief from stress.

  10. Emily says:

    hi there
    having never heard of kratom before, this is new info to me. I did some reading up on it and I think I get what it is used for. It seems like kratom would calm you down (depending on how much you use) so I can see how it could help with stress. Has the plant been studied at all? I mean is there a possibility of addiction to it? I am one who goes the natural way if possible but I would like to know more about it. Will browse your site some more :)

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