Your Complete Guide to Kratom Dosage
There are many other legal ways to get high besides consuming cannabis. For instance, kratom is a type of coffee plant that grows native to Thailand, among other places in Southeast Asia and can produce a similar high. If it is legal where you live, you’ll need to know the proper kratom dosage to take.
Keep reading to find out everything you need to know.
What’s the Right Kratom Dosage?
First, we need to talk about what Kratom is.
Kratom or kratum, is an evergreen plant that grows in misty jungles of Southeast Asia. It has been used for centuries in places like Thailand, and amongst the tribal people in Papua New Guinea. If you want a legal way to get high, and you can find some good kratom, you won’t be the first psycho naught traveling this well-worn path.
Kratom is in the plant family Rubiaceae, which is a fancy word for coffee. Basically, a Rubiaceae is a plant whose leave and branches fork out like a bunch of capital “T”s stacked up on top of each other.
The part of the plant that is normally ingested is the green leaves. They are usually dried and can be crumbled into a fine powder whose color can vary from very dark to very light. You can purchase this kratom powder from reputable suppliers who produce a standardized product.
The right dosage is a very individual question.
What are the Effects of Kratom?
Kratom has been used extensively in Southeast Asia for many generations. The effects are very well-known and documented. However, it is known that different strains of the plant have more or less potent reactions.
It is very important that you monitor the dosage of kratom that you take. It has been linked to negative side effects by many reputable organizations. Effects similar to opioids have been reported, especially at very high doses.
In the United States, the FDA banned the import or manufacture of kratom for the use of supplements in 2014. In Canada, kratom is illegal to sell as something to be consumed by humans, but it is perfectly legal to sell kratom as a burning incense. It is banned in at least 16 countries and is legal in at least twice as many as that.
Kratom has been called both a sedative and a stimulant. It seems that at low doses, it acts as a stimulant, similar to a strong dose of coffee. At higher doses, kratom takes on sedative properties, and users report “sleepiness” and general sedation.
Kratom is unusual in having this double opposite effect. It is not known exactly why this happens, however, it is well documented. The sedative effects of kratom have been characterized as similar to an opiate, like heroin.
Kratom is safe in low doses and has been taken legally to get high by millions of people in every country in the world. However, with great power comes great responsibility. Kratom has been linked to at least 16 deaths in the United States since 2011.
What is Kratom Powder?
Kratom powder is the commercial product that is sold to people who want to legally get high. It is a fine material made from the ground up leaves of the plant. Kratom powder resembles dried green spices in appearance like oregano or ground parsley.
Kratom powder is sold legally to consumers in many countries, including the United States and Britain. It is very important that you check the local rules and regulations concerning kratom powder before you attempt to use it to get legally high.
Kratom powder is made by harvesting the leaves of the mature Mitragyna speciosa plant. The leaves are then dried out, either using industrial drying processes or even simply sun drying the leaves in air racks.
After the leaves are dried out, they are ground down into a fine dust which is then sold as “kratom powder”.
How to Take Kratom
Traditionally in Southeast Asia, people simply pick the leaves of the Mitragyna speciosa plant and crew them. The saliva can be swallowed or spit, and this chewing material is ground down for roughly one hour and then discarded (or less often, swallowed). The effects of taking kratom this way are generally considered mild and benign.
Yes, you might get legally high by chewing on some raw kratom, but you probably won’t.
It will, however, induce nausea and vomiting at around 8 – 9 grams, and a lethal dose is much, much higher than that. In other words, you’re very likely to throw up before you die eating raw kratom.
Kratom can be consumed in other ways as well. It can be made into a tea for instance or burned as an incense for a limited effect. Kratom can be used in many of the ways traditional herbal medicines are used to achieve energy.
A much more potent and common way to ingest kratom is to consume kratom powder in it’s dried form. This powder can be placed into “gel-cap” and swallowed. Another way to consume kratom is to eat the powder as a supplement in a “protein shake”, or as an additive to a smoothie.
How High Do You Want to Be?
The best possible advice on determining the proper kratom dosage that works for you would be to start off small.
Consume less than half a gram, and don’t take any more that day until you understand the effects and how your body reacts to kratom. If desired, increase your dose by a half a gram the next day, but never take more than that, and never increase your dose by more than half a gram a day.
Another important factor to understand when you’re taking kratom is that you should seek qualified professional advice.
Remember, when you’re exploring the legal ways to get high using kratom powder, it’s important to take the correct kratom dosage, which is a small dose. While kratom has been around for a very long time and has been used safely by millions of people, it can be dangerous.
Be safe, and be smart, consume less than half a gram of kratom powder your first time, do not consume more than 8 grams a day.
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