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TOPIC: Wow, a decent Kratom article from WholeFoods Magazine!

Wow, a decent Kratom article from WholeFoods Magazine! 3 months 1 week ago #48523

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wholefoodsmagazine.com/columns/debates/kratom-for-chronic-pain/

Kratom for Chronic Pain?

By Drs. Jacob Teitelbaum and Ginevra Liptan
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WholeFoods Magazine Contributor -
December 19, 2019



Kratom is not legally marketed in the U.S. as a drug or dietary supplement, according to the FDA. But people still use it. Fibromyalgia experts discuss Kratom as a pain relief option used under a healthcare provider’s guidance.
Lower Risk than Opiods
by Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.

With one third of Americans suffering with chronic pain, approximately 50,000 preventable U.S. deaths each year from arthritis medications (e.g. NSAIDs like ibuprofen), and 5,000 yearly deaths from prescribed narcotics used as directed, we clearly have a major problem in how we treat chronic pain.

Having effectively treated thousands of people with fibromyalgia and other forms of severe chronic pain, and published a number of studies and textbook chapters on this, one simple fact has become very clear: Virtually all pain can be effectively treated, by using the entire healthcare toolkit. This includes both natural and prescription options, as well as socially controversial natural treatments such as marijuana, hemp oil, and kratom.

For example, numerous studies show that using natural options such as a special mix called Curamin, and even a mix of glucosamine plus chondroitin, is as or more effective than arthritis medications. And could save over 50,000 lives a year.

If not for a deadly quirk in our government’s regulatory system.


There's more at the link, and an opposing view that's not too unreasonable, albeit wrong. ;) lol

Some Tea users comments at the end. Give it a look!
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