You are NOT a “User”

Every so often, someone points out that user—the software industry’s term for “the people who use our products”—may not be a perfect one. Doesn’t it reveal a shallow, reductive view of the humanity? Or depict customers as machines? Isn’t user, you know, also what we call drug addicts? It’s easy to see why ‘users’ might cause contention. The phrase … Read more

Kratom Science & COLD HARD FACTS

Originally posted on Southeast Beautiful Kratom, by Kami Davis When it comes to Kratom, people may not always see eye to eye. However, someone’s negative opinion of this plant really does not matter when that opinion is up against FACTS and SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. Below is an article SCIENTIFICALLY PROVING that Kratom does not recruit b … Read more

New Research: Antibacterial Mechanism in Kratom?

A research article was released in October of 2021 by Hotimah Salim from the Department of Biochemistry Medicine and Bimolecular Science (Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya) in Indonesia. The data revealed some remarkable findings surrounding Mitragyna Speciosa, also known as Kratom. Indonesia is in the middle of thoroughly researching their native tree since the recent legalization in Thailand. It has sparked even more curiosity in that region, along with the realization that there is not much research out there.