Kratom effects can be many and varied. Most often than not, these effects will depend on the user as well. Southeast Asian medicine has been using Maeng Da kratom as a traditional cure for everything from depression to pain relief. Now, kratom is enjoying a resurgence in the U.S. for its numerous feel-good effects. Today, let’s discuss these awesome kratom effects that you can benefit from!
Kratom Effects: How It Improves the Mind and Body
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Users have reported that one of the many kratom effects is euphoria. Some have even said the euphoric feeling they got was even better than using Vicodin as user K12 posted in this forum: “Vicodin gives great euphoria, but kratom gives it like a thoroughbred racehorse, making me feel bulletproof.”
The euphoria from kratom can be a much-needed respite from anxiety or depression. Try kratom if you need to get away from the daily doldrums!
Substances affect everyone differently and kratom is no different. Most kratom users reported feelings of relaxation. As such, they likened the experience to smoking weed. Users said kratom gave them intensely relaxing feelings.
Wallcrawler from Erowid described his experience as “contently happy.” Additionally, Wallcrawler reported being “content and happy to be alive on this planet.”[sic] As such, you could experience the same kratom effects. It’s a good way for you to unwind after a long day’s hard work.
One of the greatest kratom effects is how it helps you face social situations better. Kratom’s stimulant effects can lead you to a more empathic route, which could improve your social skills. VitaMan relates: “Even amidst the holiday crowd, my sense of centeredness and focuses on the task-at-hand was noticeably better.”
Additionally, he said he felt more in tune with others and more empathic because of kratom. He found a social aptitude he never knew he had and that’s just from one experience.
4. Increased Energy
Kratom, at lower doses (around 2g), can produce stimulant effects, as opposed to higher doses that might restrict your physical movements. Kratom’s stimulant effects can give you the energy you need to focus on a specific task. Ideally, kratom can give you that extra push if you are working overtime, studying, or doing manual labor.
One can also experience added inspiration with the use of kratom. This is because the alkaloids in kratom bond with our nervous system and produce a motivating effect to increase our mental acuity.
5. Pain Relief
Traditional Southeast Asian medicine has long used kratom for pain relief. Shamans used to induce this effect through chewing on the leaf. Moreover, a simple tea brewed with kratom leaves can help soothe musculoskeletal pain and headaches.
Interestingly, kratom is used by some to treat opioid addiction as it helps in soothing withdrawal symptoms. Most people, however, use kratom to unwind muscles after a long day’s work.
New to kratom? Here’s a quick video guide on what you might feel when you take kratom for the first time by Samantha Smith:
As can be seen in these anecdotes, kratom is well-worth a try. If you’re looking for a natural and traditional way to get better, kratom might just be a good place to start. Its myriad effects and great benefits can help people experiencing a variety of health problems. Kratom effects are harmless, organic, and relatively safe, so don’t hesitate to try kratom today!
Have you or anyone you know tried kratom yet? Tell us about your experiences in the comments!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in August 2017 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.