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FDA vs. Kratom: Update

It’s time once again to take a look at the current FDA Federal Food and Drug Administration’s statements about kratom (mitragyna speciosa). It’s full of lies and Big Pharma-induced misinformation.

Big Pharma has an iron grip on the entire world right now, due to the Covid-19 situation. They totally own the United States government with deceptions, bribes, and unfair practices. This is the context of the report you’re about to read.

Because kratom is a gigantic threat to Big Pharma, they have unduly influenced our American legislators and the entire mainstream medical profession into false ideas, even crazy concepts, about kratom. Since kratom is said to help people with issues like pain management, depression, agoraphobia, and many other serious ailments, this means a lot fewer sales of Big Pharma dope.

Kratom hurts the profits of pharmaceutical pain relievers and decreases the sales of other emotional remedy medications for anxiety, lethargy, and other mental miseries.

This competition by karma will not be tolerated by the giant mega corporations of orthodox medicine and pharmaceutical manufacturing. They will do whatever it takes to persecute and criminalize kratom. They tried doing the same with cannabis, but recently, they’ve been losing that battle all across the planet. They are not going to sit back and watch kratom also kick their asses.

So now let’s examine what the FDA is saying about kratom.

QUOTE: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to use Mitragyna speciosa, commonly known as kratom, a plant that grows naturally in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

COMMENT: “Warning” is harsh language about a plant that is far safer than most Big Pharma and FDA-approved medicines on the market.

Perhaps, because kratom is not perfect, and there are some things people need to understand about it, a better word might be “caution”, not “warning”. The caution with kratom involves primarily issues like dehydration, constipation, and not driving a car or operating heavy machinery while experiencing strong kratom effects.

QUOTE: FDA is concerned that kratom, which affects the same opioid brain receptors as morphine, appears to have properties that expose users to the risks of addiction, abuse, and dependence.

COMMENT: Notice that “appears to have” phrase. Addiction, abuse, and dependence are highly unlikely with kratom, according to customer reports and unbiased scientific studies. First “addiction” and “dependence” are almost identical, so it’s like the FDA is being redundant just to cause alarm. As for “abuse”, that’s nearly impossible with kratom. If you take too much kratom, or take it too frequently, your stomach will revolt and vomit it up.

There are also techniques of taking kratom like smoking, snorting, injecting, etc. which are dangerous and not recommended, so they could be filed under the category of “abuse”, but these techniques are rarely used, and only performed by those who are ignorant or just crazy party animals seeking some kind of thrill. They are always deeply disappointed in the results.

QUOTE: There are no FDA-approved uses for kratom, and the agency has received concerning reports about the safety of kratom.

COMMENT: Have you ever heard such BS in your entire life? We know of thousands upon thousands of user reports praising kratom for how safe and effective it is. Listen FDA, you say you have received reports about the “safety of kratom”? How about all the positive, glowing, enthusiastic reports from individuals? So many people have been given back their lives thanks to kratom. They now live productively, normally, and happily.

Apparently, the corrupt FDA is focusing only on negative reports concerning kratom. Do you think Big Pharma, seeing kratom as a frighteningly successful competitor, has anything to do with this bias?

QUOTE: FDA is actively evaluating all available scientific information on this issue and continues to warn consumers not to use any products labeled as containing the botanical substance kratom or its psychoactive compounds, mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine.

COMMENT: Well then, FDA, you must NOT be really “evaluating all available scientific information” about kratom, because you’re deliberately ignoring or dismissing positive anecdotal evidence and growing laboratory evidence of the incredible safety and effectiveness of kratom, especially when compared to the best selling Big Pharma dope and dubious medicines.

We all hear about the horrendous potential side effects of Big Pharma meds every day on our TVs. The list of possible bad outcomes from Big Pharma products is often insanely extensive and extremely troubling.

Go ahead, FDA. Compare kratom to fentanyl, Adderall, Xanax, Paxil, Zoloft, Norco, or practically any Big Pharma medication selected at random. Kratom stands high above nearly all of these in terms of safety and effectiveness.

QUOTE: FDA encourages more research to better understand kratom’s safety profile, including the use of kratom combined with other drugs.

COMMENT: Well, FDA, you’ve now stepped in it. A big pile of truth that you try to evade. You’re now on track to seeing when kratom actually can be dangerous, which is: when idiots combine kratom with cocaine, alcohol, crystal meth, Ritalin, phenibut, and other drugs. On its own, there is very little chance that kratom, used responsibly, will cause any problems at all.

QUOTE: Since identifying kratom on an Import Alert for unapproved drugs in 2012 and on a second Import Alert in February 2014 regarding kratom-containing dietary supplements and bulk dietary ingredients, FDA has taken a number of additional actions, including:

  • In September 2014, U.S. Marshals, at the FDA’s request, seized more than 25,000 pounds of raw kratom material worth more than $5 million from Rosefield Management, Inc. in Van Nuys, California.
  • In January 2016, U.S. Marshals, at the FDA’s request, seized nearly 90,000 bottles of dietary supplements labeled as containing kratom and worth more than $400,000. The product, manufactured for and held by Dordoniz Natural Products LLC, located in South Beloit, Illinois, is marketed under the brand name RelaKzpro.
  • In August 2016, U.S. Marshals, at the FDA’s request, seized more than 100 cases of products labeled as containing kratom and worth more than $150,000. The products are distributed by Nature Therapeutics LLC, which does business as Kratom Therapy and is located in Grover Beach, California. The seized products are marketed under the brand name Kratom Therapy.
  • While FDA evaluates the available safety information about the effects of kratom, the agency encourages healthcare professionals and consumers to report any adverse reactions to the FDA’s MedWatch program: Complete and submit the report online: MedWatch Voluntary Reporting Form Download and complete the form, then submit it via fax at 1-800-FDA-0178

COMMENT: Well done, FDA. You’ve identified some dubious kratom products and protected us from them. Now how about identifying all the amazing benefits and lack of problems attributed to kratom by its multitude of users across the globe?

You encourage health professionals to “report any adverse reactions” – but what about reporting positive reactions? Are you strictly commanded by Big Pharma to give no credence to such reports?

FDA you are guilty of Anti Science to an exorbitantly extreme degree.

We want the FDA to get its act together for once and be honest. Throw off the shackles of slavery to the profit god of Big Pharma, and start really caring about the suffering of human beings. Forcing insufficiently tested medications on people and later withdrawing certain Big Pharma products from store shelves (for example Darvocet and Duract) because they were KILLING people – this unseemly behavior is not going to cut it.

It’s estimated that upwards of 300,000 people per year are killed by pharmaceutical products.

And suicidal individuals know that the most deadly drug in a home medicine cabinet is Tylenol. They will abuse it to kill themselves because they know it will get the job done. Where are all the warnings about Tylenol? Are precautions suppressed? Is Tylenol too big a money maker to publicly admit how dangerous it is?


You and I must do our own research. Use DuckDuckGo instead of Google when doing internet searches. Talk to people you know who use kratom.

Your doctor is likely not going to have correct, unbiased information about kratom. Physicians don’t like it when patients use substances they did not prescribe. If you knew how much doctors are bribed with cash, gas tank fill-ups, and high-class steak dinners, by Big Pharma sales reps, you’d find that truly horrifying.

Think about how long it has taken the indoctrinated medical profession to acknowledge the impact of diet, nutrition, and exercise on a person’s health. Even today, preventative medicine remains a bit of a fringe area. It’s almost like the medical industry doesn’t necessarily want to prevent disease, they just want to sell us products and treatments and surgeries once the disease strikes us.

We hope that the FDA will eventually approve kratom for human consumption and regulate it as a dietary supplement.

Stick with natural substances as much as possible. Fresh air, water, walking, and sunshine can contribute massively to our well-being. Pharmaceutical solutions to our problems are often helpful and even miraculous. But a huge number of them can also be far more deadly than most natural plants like kratom.

Because adulterants and pollutants can be found in some inferior kratom products, be sure to find a vendor who sells pure, potent, fresh, 3rd party tested kratom at a reasonable price, with great customer service.

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