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It is possible to overdose on kratom, especially when consumed with other substances. Although there are a few studies on kratom, there are a few case reports that suggest the possibility of overdosing on the substance. Among the key signs of kratom overdose is nausea, elevated blood pressure, increased heart rate, seizure, and psychosis.
If it is your first time using kratom, start with a low dosage. Once you have developed a tolerance, you can gradually increase your dosage until you find your sweet spot.
Kratom products come in various strains. As such, it can be confusing to choose which of these to buy and use. The colors of a kratom strain come from the process used for drying and fermenting.
For example, red kratom gets its color from exposure to light and fermentation in bags. White kratom, on the other hand, is dried indoors and isn't exposed to light. Finally, green kratom is first dried indoors and kept in the dark. Afterward, it is exposed to UV light for an hour.
Yellow kratom is the result of blending different kratom strains. In some cases, this strain gets its color from the fermentation process it underwent.
Kratom can be consumed in a variety of ways. In Southeast Asia, where kratom originates, people remove the veins from the leaves before chewing them. The leaves can also be dried and crushed into powder before consumption. Commercial kratom is available in powder, capsules, tinctures, resins, and extracts. In powder form, kratom can be mixed with drinks. Some prefer the tosh and wash method, where you take a spoonful of kratom powder and wash it down either with water or juice.
People who desire the euphoric and mood-enhancing benefits of kratom consume it in tea form. In fact, this method of consumption is fairly popular in Southeast Asia. Kratom capsules offer convenience and consistent dosage. However, you may need to take in several capsules to match the kratom powder dosage.
Kratom can be bad for the liver and can cause liver injuries. But for that to happen, you need to consume high doses of the substance for an extended period of time. Liver damage can also occur if you are genetically predisposed to have liver problems, or you already have an existing liver issue.
But if you are otherwise healthy and take low doses of kratom, the chance of liver damage is considerably low. It is also best to avoid using kratom in conjunction with other substances that can harm your liver, like alcohol, for example.
There is an extensive list of substances that pregnant women should avoid. Remember, if you are pregnant, you aren't just taking care of yourself. You need to be mindful of how certain food, drinks, and substances can affect the health and well-being of your baby.
As much as possible, avoid taking kratom while you are still pregnant. If you have been using the substance before your pregnancy, you should tell your healthcare provider about your kratom use.
This will allow your doctor to formulate a plan to help you wean yourself off kratom. If you suddenly stop taking kratom, you might suffer from withdrawal symptoms.