It is no secret that the corporate world of business is corrupt and challenging in most of its dealings. You see that reflected in movies, tv series, and even in the media. It is safe to say that there is no successful company out there that didn’t have to “bend a rule” in one form or another.
What is a Breezy Blend? It is a fine, hand selected combination of kratom strains that are tested for effectiveness and potency and then combined in various measurements to create a specific effect. They are then tested by a variety of volunteers to confirm the effects. If successful, it finds itself worthy enough to be on our shelves.
Shaunna K shares the recipe to an old tonic she used to drink religiously. — “It would put my mood in a whole-nother place. It also helped IMMENSELY to avoid dependency on kratom which would lessen the effects. I recommend drinking this tonic twice a week and you will definitely become a big fan of the benefits!”
It is a common thing to wonder about side effects when taking something like kratom. There are side effects to pretty much everything that we implement into our lives. There are side effects to our morning cup of coffee (crash, headaches, anxiety). There are side effects to medication we are prescribed by our trusted doctors. Fact is, we accept the possibility of side effects and even often times accept the side effects themselves; but that heavily depends on how much we need “said thing” in our lives.
Kratom is a weak partial agonist. Kratom does attach to the receptors in the brain, however; it doesn’t attach fully. Therefore, it doesn’t cause respiratory depression like morphine-like opioids. Naturally occurring Kratom is a safe herbal supplement. Kratom is a food, not a drug. Therefore, Kratom is a dietary supplement, ALSO. The FDA recognizes dietary supplements as food. In 1994, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) defined dietary supplements as a category of food, which put them under different regulations than drugs. They are considered safe, until proven otherwise.
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 …
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 …