Citation: kratom420. "The Benefits: An Experience with Kratom (exp94082)". Erowid.org. Apr 11, 2018. erowid.org/exp/94082
This report is about the benefits that kratom has to offer, I've been using kratom daily for the past 12 months and still very much enjoy it.
First, a little background - I'm 21 years old, I started using marijuana at age 17 and have experimented with other drugs - mushrooms, LSD, DXM, coke, ecstasy, and pharms, mainly Oxycontin and Xanax. My drug of choice is opiates, I love the euphoria and the way my body feels while on them. Unfortunately after I use opiates I get depressed (normally a few hours after I come down or the next day). I was addicted to Oxycontin and other opiates for around 6 months before I found kratom. I have been diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety and Major Depressive Disorder, I'm sure these are part of the reason I loved the benzo and opiate combo.
I was having opiate withdrawals and found reports online that this plant could help ease the painful withdrawals. I called around and found a local head shop that carried it. My first experience with kratom was great - the withdrawals vanished, I felt great, had energy, and was euphoric.
Kratom has since cured my depression and helped with social anxiety, for me its a plant sent from God himself (along with mj haha).
There are a few side effects from kratom that are unpleasant, the constipation and urine retention. Other then that, I enjoy it and find that it mixes well with other drugs but most of the time it gets over-powered.
In conclusion - kratom is a an awesome plant that helps immensely with opiate dependence and depression. Hopefully people wont get out of hand with it, I would hate to see our government get involved with such a wonderful and helpful thing.
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