The benefits of Kratom have long been known to the people of Malaysia. Recently, others have discovered the power of these leaves. Kratom leaves can help alleviate chronic pain, due to the fact that they act similarly to mu-opioids. A widely known example of a mu-opioid would be morphine. People who have long suffered from pain can greatly benefit from Kratom.
What is Green Malay Kratom?
Wikipedia defines Kratom as “a tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family.” It grows in Southeast Asia. The leaves of these trees are either chewed, brewed into tea, or purchased online in capsule format.
Green Malay is sometimes called “Super Green Malay” because it is recognized as one of the most potent and effective strains. It has both a higher potency and impact, as claimed by kratomguides.org., than many other types. It is cheaper than other potent strains and also offers a higher boost of energy, requiring it to be taken less often or in smaller doses.
How to Take and How Much to Take
Green Malay Kratom is often ground into a powder and can be taken in capsule form. The dosage can vary. According to redstormscientific.com, the minimum threshold dosage is 05. to 1 gram. For the very first dose, it is recommended to start with the minimum to see how the body reacts. Over time, the dosage can be increased to 2-4 grams per day. Anything over 5 grams would be considered a high dosage. Above 7 grams can actually be harmful to the body. To get a general idea of the correct dosage, note that anyone under 150 pounds will likely feel full effects with 2-3 grams. Above that, add 0.5 grams for every additional 50 pounds.
What are the Benefits?
The Green Malay strain is particularly beneficial. Common effects that users report are: increase of energy, a newfound clarity and focus of the mind, stress relief, anxiety reduction, pain relief, help with sleep regulation (including the treatment of insomnia,) cardiac support, an anti-oxidant, as well as an overall boost to immunity. Many people report many benefits while taking Green Malay Kratom.
Things to Remember
Users on officialkratomforum.com warn that it is best not to take Kratom on an empty stomach. The best time to take it would be an hour after a meal.
Also, as time wears on, people can develop an increased tolerance. If that is the case, it is alright to increase the dosage slowly as long as it does not exceed the maximum dosage.
The typical drug testing does not pick up on the alkaloids found in Malay Kratom leaves, making it safe to consume even if a person has to be drug tested for employment or other reasons. The metabolites, however, can be detected in specialized testing. However, it is important to note that Kratom is not illegal.
In conclusion, Green Malay Kratom is a safe and natural option for curing many of life’s ailments. It is easily obtained and can be consumed relatively risk