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Glenn Frey, very sad 2 years 8 months ago #7846

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You guys know about Glenn Frey, I'm sure. There's an article on Fox News about his manager talking about the fact that he died due to his RA and colitis.

www.foxnews.com/health/2016/01/20/eagles...h.html?intcmp=hphz01

That all the pills he was on caused his death. Here's a section of the article:

“He died from complications of ulcer and colitis after being treated with drugs for his rheumatoid arthritis, which he had for over 15 years,’’ the singer’s manager, Irving Azoff, told the Web site The Wrap.

“The colitis and pneumonia were side effects from all the meds,” Azoff said
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Too bad that happened to him. Maybe things could have been different if he could have had some kratom. It would have been worth a try.

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Glenn Frey, very sad 2 years 8 months ago #7851

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Hey KC77,

It's interesting to me that you've made this connection, but I love it! Think if the entire population was properly educated on Kratom use, the possibilities seem endless when I think about this.

The sad thing is that no one is properly educated, there needs to be a lot of definitive research done to determine all of the little things about how it effects your body. I am confident when this knowledge does come about, it will yield extremely positive results and we will be able to continue to use our plant with even greater benefit. I just hope this time is sooner than later :)

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michaels wrote: Hey KC77,

It's interesting to me that you've made this connection, but I love it! Think if the entire population was properly educated on Kratom use, the possibilities seem endless when I think about this.

The sad thing is that no one is properly educated, there needs to be a lot of definitive research done to determine all of the little things about how it effects your body. I am confident when this knowledge does come about, it will yield extremely positive results and we will be able to continue to use our plant with even greater benefit. I just hope this time is sooner than later :)

-Michael@ilovekratom.com


Hi, Michael,

I know how hard any of those arthritis drugs can be on a person's body. We lost a family member because of the meds the doctor had her on, my precious mother-in-law. One of those handful of drugs she was on was an arthritis drug. Well, it made holes in her kidney, caused her to lose too much sodium, and she had a massive stroke. He had her on tons of medication.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not against medication. But there's such a thing as too much.

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Glenn Frey, very sad 2 years 8 months ago #7853

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Michael,

This is the medicine that my mother-in-law took, and notice all the side effects. I forgot to mention that it damaged her liver, plus ate the holes in her kidney.

www.drugs.com/sfx/relafen-side-effects.html

This could be something similar to what Glenn Frey was taking, I guess. If it wasn't that one, there are more bad or worse ones out there.

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I was taking Mobic for my arthritis. While it did help some, I still had a lot of pain. Kratom works much better.
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KrayKray wrote: I was taking Mobic for my arthritis. While it did help some, I still had a lot of pain. Kratom works much better.


Hi, KrayKray,

It's just too bad that he didn't know about it and try it instead of the arthritis meds. I bet it would have helped him. If more doctors knew about it and understood it, then maybe they could help more people.
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I'm sorry to hear that :( Of course medication is necessary, but I couldn't agree more that that's the issue we're facing, people are being medicated too heavily unfortunately. The best thing to do is spread your knowledge about the responsible use of Kratom!

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michaels wrote: I'm sorry to hear that :( Of course medication is necessary, but I couldn't agree more that that's the issue we're facing, people are being medicated too heavily unfortunately. The best thing to do is spread your knowledge about the responsible use of Kratom!

-Michael@ilovekratom.com


I'm thinking IF more doctors knew, which there are a few that do know now and are not against it. Well, I've read other stories of people talking about it. And I just had major dental surgery and had to have pain meds, which I definitely took responsibly. I hate taking them anyway. So there's a time and place for medications. It's obvious they have been overused considering now when we really, really need antibiotics and nothing else will do, they don't work too good anymore. Or they don't work at all! When I was growing up, I don't remember being on antibiotics very often at all. Just rarely for something bad, which it was usually a shot of the antibiotics.

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KrayKray wrote: I was taking Mobic for my arthritis. While it did help some, I still had a lot of pain. Kratom works much better.


KrayKray,

I meant to tell you, so glad that you're being helped by Kratom. I have arthritis as well, and it really helped me have an almost pain-free day. I had a good day today! >:D

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I'm glad you had a Almost pain free day today. which of course helps having a good day.

There are so many wonderful benefits from this plant when used responsibly.
My neck and shoulder pain is manageable now with the benefits of kratom.

It has helped me more than when I was on high doses of pain pills, and I was also eating a bunch of tylenol too.

It's been near 8 months now and I don't take any pain pills nor tylenol, ibuprofen, etc..

Kratom has helped me focus what and how I am taking care of my body. Fine tuning it happens through personal experience and being responsible about kratom.

But without the knowledge of this plant and the truth concerning both its benefits and side effects
I never would of been able to get to this place in my life and I would still be tired all day on pain pills. And still in pain - ALL THE TIME!!!

being Responsible about kratom = Positive benefits.

Lets keep active on spreading the truth about kratom and making society knowledgable. Theres so many people out there that have no idea about this plant nor do they have the facts. We are the examples and we need to keep that in mind.
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