When you try Kratom for the first time, it is really important that you understand the strengths of the plant so you can get the dosage right. Even if you have tried Kratom several times, you’ll still need to be careful about the strengths since it can vary depending on the type of Kratom quality and form.
The Optimal Dose and Why It Matters
Kratom has both medicinal benefits and euphoric effects – but only when taken in the right dosage. Think of coffee as an example. If you drink just one cup of coffee, it can provide the right amount of stimulation to help you stay alert focus and even get your bowels moving. But, if you drink too much coffee at once, you will likely end up jittery, distracted and maybe even have diarrhea!
You never want to go over your optimal dose for Kratom. Aside from the possible negative effects, you could end up building up a tolerance to the plant.
While there are many ways to use Kratom, the best as well as the most common approach is to make tea out of its leaves. Why best? Because drinking Kratom tea is more beneficial and effective. Kratom tea has tons of benefits as compared to the other forms of use, which play a role to its originality. If Kratom leaves are not available or you are not native to the region where you can chew fresh leaves, then this method is ideal. Kratom tea is gaining in popularity due to its effectiveness. Not everyone has access to the freshest Kratom leaves, so the only effective method remains is drinking Kratom tea; this is why, it is trending around the globe. Kratom tea is becoming popular due to many different reasons. Let’s talk about its benefits and popularity.
Kratom, or Mitragyna speciosa, is a tree or plant indigenous to Southeast Asia. The Kratom leaves are typically chewed or made resin, in spite of the fact that they can be smoked. The leaves are chewed by day workers to improve activeness and maximize work production, and a few individuals take it for non-medicinal and leisure purposes; to get high only. Specialists of traditional medicine or herb gurus have utilized Kratom for decades to treat different health issues. However, it is banned in Australia, Malaysia, and Thailand. Kratom is native to Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, as well as to Papua New Guinea. It is a part of coffee, or Rubiaceae family. Kratom trees may grow to be 15-30 meters tall. Manual laborers, field workers, and farmers usually chew Kratom leaves to stay active or for the stimulant effect. Just like we drink coffee and tea to stay active, Kratom (in any form) can be consumed to make the work more effective as well as more efficient.
One of the possible unpleasant side effects of Kratom is nausea. Nausea is fairly common, and some users will even vomit. By taking a few precautionary steps, you can avoid nausea when taking Kratom.
The reason that most people get nauseous when taking Kratom is because they take too high of a dosage of the plant. When starting with Kratom, always take the lower threshold dosage. Continue with this lower dosage for the first few times so your body can get used to it. Then, slowly increase the dosage. Continue reading Prevent Nausea with Kratom→