The wife of a disabled Marine has offered to help other disabled veterans get free order credit for $75 worth of kratom. All she asks in return is that you write a letter to help Congress and the various State legislatures see why this herb must be kept available for those who want to use it.
If you've never heard of kratom, it is made from the leaves of a tree that grows in Southeast Asia, mainly in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. People who have tried it say it works better for their chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, depression, stress, and many other conditions than any drug the VA gave them.
Side effects are minimal, when compared to pharmaceutical alternatives. There is no danger of fatal overdose, as there is from prescription and illicit drugs.
Kratom can be made into a tea or mixed into juices, smoothies, V-8, or applesauce.
Many Americans have found that kratom can help them withdraw from use of opioid painkillers, antidepressants, benzodiazepines, etc. The herb has been used in Thailand for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. It has many uses there: It is used to give laborers energy and ease their aches and pains.
This herb has 25 or more alkaloids that perform various functions. Some lower blood pressure, some are pain-relieving, some are antiviral, some are antileukemic. Kratom is also traditionally used to treat diabetes and I have read some dramatic reports of weight loss and the reversal of Type-2 diabetes.
Kratom truly is an amazing herb, but unfortunately the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration) and the DEA are viewing this gentle plant as a potential "drug menace" and have it on a list of Drugs and Substances of Concern. At this point, four U.S. states have banned kratom sale and possession (Iowa, Wisconsin, and Tennessee), and Florida is thinking about it.
The truth is, kratom is only a "menace" to the income of the pharmaceutical industry!
Some vets are already using kratom, but we would like to offer this option to many more. We need your testimonials to help us in our fight to keep this very helpful herb legal.
You may be thinking, "How can a plant replace all the pain meds, antidepressants, and muscle relaxers my doctor at the VA gives me?" It may be hard to believe, but it has worked for more than a million people. Try it yourself for free.
Kratom, at this point, is inexpensive. It doesn't take very much for most people to obtain good results, but that varies from person to person, depending on the extent of their injuries, their weight, and the results they are seeking.
If you have been on pharmaceutical medications for any length of time, you may already have begun to feel like a zombie. You sleep too much, don't feel like your old self anymore -- or maybe you can't sleep soundly, you have nightmares, and are reliving unpleasant experiences from your time in the service (PTSD).
Kratom comes in many varieties -- some of these are good for pain relief, for relaxation, for helping you sleep; some are more useful for improving your mood, banishing worries, and generally energizing you (similar to coffee, but longer-lasting and not jittery).
Because kratom is a complex combination of alkaloids, it can serves as a painkiller, but also let you feel energetic and clear-headed, not foggy or drowsy.
Please share this information with U.S. veterans who suffer from wounds, injuries, and PTSD. They can be an important part of our struggle to keep this wonderful herb legal and easily available in the USA.
It doesn't seem right that Vets have been asked to "fight for our freedom", only to find they may not be allowed to have the freedom to use this God-given herb. We are working to keep that from happening. All Americans should be free to choose the kind of medication they prefer.
Please read these testimonials to get a better idea of how many conditions have been helped by kratom.
What kratom is NOT
Kratom is not a "high". It simply lets people who were hurting, tired all the time, grumpy, and anxious to feel normal and happy again. Out of pain. You might feel, as I do, that it puts the problems we all face in life into perspective. Kratom fuels optimism.
Unlike many drugs, such as pharmaceuticals, marijuana, or alcohol, kratom can give us a sharpness of mental faculties and the energy that helps us solve our problems, not just stop worrying about them momentarily. Kratom is empowering, you might say.
Unlike marijuana, kratom tends to make people more communicative and relaxed around people, even strangers. This can help us be a more understanding friend, spouse, or parent.
Veterans who are curious about what kratom might be able to do for them -- as well as those who are already impressed with kratom's ability to contribute to their life -- are invited to join this Facebook group. Help us keep this God-given herb legal in America, "The Land of the Free".
At this time, this offer is only good for the first 50 disabled veterans who provide a letter supporting why they believe kratom should be kept legal, so don't wait! (This offer may be extended, but we can't promise that now.) Don't miss out!
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