All-natural, therapeutic Kratom

by | May 8, 2022 | Advertorials, Winter 2022 | 0 comments

Native to countries like Borneo, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia and grown throughout south east Asia, the kratom tree is a member of the coffee plant family. The leaves, harvested, dried and turned into a fine powder, have been used for centuries to assist in mental and physical wellbeing.

Depending on the stage at which the leaf is harvested, kratom comes in four different colours: White, green, red and gold. Recommended for daytime use, the green and white strains are known to relieve stress and anxiety and to promote energy, endurance and focus. Recommended for evening use, red and gold strains are known to be calming, soothing and relaxing, offering pain relief and assisting with sleep.

All the colours, to some degree or another, are involved in mood enhancement and the creation of a sense of wellbeing. Among the ever-growing list of benefits is kratom’s ability to assist in overcoming withdrawal symptoms. So it is not surprising that kratom has been an integral part of many south east Asian cultures for so long.

For as long as I can recall, I have been deeply fascinated and interested in the natural therapies that nature has to offer, while, at the same time appreciating how, in today’s world and culture, there has been a deliberate intention to steer humanity away from nature’s remedies, at the cost of many lives, great suffering and a lifelong dependency on modern synthetic medicines.

It is rather unfortunate to see how modern medicine frowns upon the kratom tree, but the proof of its benefits can be seen in the countless testimonials of people who say that kratom has been a life-saver.

When I discovered kratom a few years ago, I came to realise that this might be one of nature’s most versatile therapies, a sort of sweet spot in healing modalities, as well as general support for our highly stressful and demanding lifestyles.

The blessings and benefits of kratom are endless, with very few side effects when taken responsibly. Kratom does not make you ‘high’, so there is no ‘come down’ or hangover to interfere with the user’s daily and evening routines.

It can be somewhat overwhelming when one does decide to try kratom for the first time, as there are countless strains available and it may take a few tries to find which strain works best for the user. But don’t let that discourage anyone from exploring all that kratom has to offer, as every strain will provide a number of benefits. For more information visit:

WWW.KRATOMTHERAPY.CO.ZA

This information is not a substitute for medical care, please consult with a health care professional for medical assistance.