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
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
When it comes to kratom, a lot can be misunderstood, misrepresented, or simply not explained correctly BECAUSE there has not been much research and testing done on it considering it is an unregulated supplement. The more popular kratom becomes, the more research will be done on it. Until then, a lot of what we know about kratom comes from overseas, from the farmers who grow it and are willing to share the process with the public, and to scientists who care to take the time to do research.