No, you should not. Wow, do you know how insensitive that comment is. Yes it may be his fault he started drugs, but its not his fault that Kratom is a highly addictive drug, and he so happened to get addicted to it. Just because he got addicted to Kratom, doesn't mean he is a drug addict.

This is a frequent question people have, and the short answer is yes, in a sense, although it wouldn't be the same as an overdose from opioids. Other benefits of using the pills is that you don't have to deal with the taste of the kratom powder, which many people will gladly admit that it's not the best tasting stuff on the planet.

Some people may experience nausea and vomiting from higher doses of Kratom. The effects of Kratom can be felt within the first 5 to 10 minutes of use and it's easier to increase a dosage than it is to decrease one after the body has already started to process it.

8, two days after the FDA released its warnings about kratom plants for sale-linked deaths, Grundmann and eight other scientists submitted a letter to the DEA's acting administrator, Robert W. Patterson, and the White House's opioid czar, Kellyanne Conway, arguing that making kratom illegal could mean driving some people back to heroin or fentanyl, potentially increasing the number of deadly overdoses.

When used in higher doses, kratom may have sedative and euphoric effects similar to opioid drugs, and when taken regularly, individuals may become dependent on it. This dependence may lead to addiction, as control over its use may become difficult or even not possible without professional help.

In one experiment, McCurdy and his colleagues gave mice two doses of morphine daily for five days, doubling it each day until the mice were habituated to the substance, in order to assess kratom's ability to prevent the symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
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