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Hello Everyone! 2 months 2 weeks ago #34543

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I'm new here but have been a Kratom advocate for over 15 years. I have assisted many ppl to find and correctly utilize this amazing plant ally. I have a disabled sister, who's spine was broken in 2 places when she was 2 years old. This has led her to having chronic pain for life, and after many years of using percocet, and graduating to morphine sulfate, once her tolerance peaked it was of no use any longer. We started weaning her down on the Morphine, and began kraton therapy. She has now been free of any painkillers since 2007, 12 years and going strong. Kratom has removed the need for any anxiolytic or anti-anxiety meds, any antidepressants and energy enhancing medicines. This one plant, through diverse alkaloid makeup across strains and vein types, has become a panacea for any ailments I've come across. With almost no side effects, other than purging when one takes too much, this seems to be the best method for maintaining mood, energy, and pain control. Of course the FDA and DEA want it off the shelf. It's cutting into their constituents (ie big pharma) pocketbooks. Long Live Kratom, Join the AKA, attend and support civic activities and callouts for action and don't just be an armchair supporter. Act, join, speak loudly, and become involved in making sure that this is still around for our kids and their kids. No government entity should have control over what natural supplements, compounds, medicines and plants that we decide to judicially use. "I give you all of the seed bearing plants to *use*" said one guy, sometime a long time ago ... www.americankratom.org/ - it's your civic responsibility to hold our public servants accountable for what laws are created and upheld. Gov't serves us, at our behest, not our enslavement. Speak up, become involved and take to the streets should the time to march come. I will, and I hope to see you there...
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Hello Everyone! 2 months 2 weeks ago #34549

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Welcome greenie42 and thx for sharing your amazing story , it’s been a serious game changer for me personally and feel very compelled to do my part in keep access legal.

Thx again and nice to have you here
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Welcome to the best kratom forum ever, Greenie42!

I loved reading your eloquently written introduction!

You’re in the right place for sharing your passion for keeping the leaf legal and accessible. I came here as a chronic pain patient turned opiate addict.

Now I’m a 2 yrs clean kratom advocate and I also try to help other people in my community who are struggling with pain to try the leaf. I plan to be available and ready when the sobriety Fellowships allow a more open minded approach versus “just get through the pain”. I’m more on the side of, “live your best life today!” because I find waiting until tomorrow quite aging. LOL

Can’t wait to see more of you in the forum discussions!
Laurie

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