Kratom, besides its proven pain-relieving prowess, also acts as a catalyst to improve the overall health of the individual in many cases. I have seen this happen in chronic pain sufferers — as kratom has helped them feel better than they have in years, they discontinue most (or all) of their medications, and they begin paying more attention to their diet.
This spontaneous eagerness to begin working on things we know we should have been doing — but we have put off, due to our illness or other reasons — is truly remarkable and worth discussing.
Most of us spend so much of our lives knowing we should be eating more carefully for our health’s sake, but we put it off. By the time we get around to it, it is often too late.
I find it a very positive thing that many people are energized by kratom to finally, now that they have received their second-chance in life, get busy taking better care of their health via changes in diet and lifestyle.
This is commendable and can have widespread benefits in all aspects of their life. It doesn’t get any attention in the media, though. Like comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to say, kratom, “...can’t get no respect!”
The point I want to make here is that the desire to cultivate our own health must come from within. Doctors’ lectures do little good until we are ready to hear them — and we make them our own crusade.
Our intention is powerful and tends to determine our results.
Oddly enough, there is something about this demonized herb that awakens in us the knowledge that our health is precious — and that health comes from Nature, not from the synthetic drugs the doctor prescribes for us.
Part of this realization of how precious our health is comes from the practical knowledge that all the expensive opioid painkillers and/or antidepressants didn’t work nearly as well as this simple leaf from a jungle tree. That, in itself, is a very important lesson that those who have never experienced chronic pain and disability have yet to learn.
Unfortunately, those who have never been incapacitated by chronic pain are usually the ones who want to take kratom away from those who have been.
Modern medicine is our “fall-back option” that leads us to think that we can play fast-and-loose with our health and — if worse comes to worst — we can let the doctor or the surgeon fix any problems we cause later.
Until we experience serious chronic illness — and we see how imperfectly modern medicine’s palliative options for us work — we may assume that getting sick is no big deal.
“If I get this or that, the doctor can fix it,” we think.
Isn’t it amazing that something that is bringing about such positive changes in the lives of millions of Americans is so hated, feared, and disparaged by police and medical “authorities”?
How could there be such a disconnect between the positive results people are receiving from kratom and the visions of horrible results that the officialdom prophecy? Could their view be clouded by multiple conflicts-of-interest? I believe it is.
For one thing, police and the recovery industry prefer to appeal to the public’s desire to “Protect the Children” from kratom — even though the great majority of those who use kratom are adults, use it for medicinal purposes, and do so responsibly. Two very different issues, which distract the public from considering the good that kratom offers.
This Is a Well-Known Distraction Often Used by Politicians
We have been trained by our medical community — under the leadership of the pharmaceutical industry — to fear natural remedies and to distrust what our senses report to us when we encounter this herb. (“Ooooh, it might be addictive!“) This is a pity because it discourages many from considering kratom as a source of relief and a catalyst for healthy change.
Fortunately, one good quality in the human spirit has surfaced among those who have lived in the depths of misery caused by Big Pharma’s soul-less chemical remedies. In their desperation, those who have lived with chronic, unrelenting, extreme pain for years have opened themselves to powerful spiritual forces that, by the Law of Attraction, bring kratom into their life.
They have prayed with sufficient intensity and focus that they have managed to send out a psychic cry for help and it was answered.
I have read several testimonials of chronic pain patients who tell very dramatic accounts of strangers coming into their lives, bringing this herb in moments when they were seriously considering suicide.
What Are We To Make Of This?
It is rare to find scientists who are able to accept the reality of forces they cannot, as yet, see and measure. Many are, like vaccine promoter Dr. Paul Offit, admitted atheists. It would be easy to make the kratom story into a morality play with the kratom haters and kratom lovers drawn into a classic drama of Good vs. Evil.
That is not my intention — I’ll let you form your own conclusions.
It may be a useful clue to realize that the medical/scientific community as a whole makes money from the promotion of the ideology that modern pharmaceutical medications are our one best hope for defeating the “mysterious forces” that work to undermine our health.
They leave out or minimize the many reasons for our failing health: the decline in the quality of our nutrition in the past 30-50-100 years and the growing, but little studied, long term impact of all the vaccines, GMOs, and toxic side-effects of the medicines we take.
Most of the blame for sickness is placed by our medical “priesthood” on things that are very difficult and expensive to change, such as our genetics, our environment, and autoimmune diseases. Meanwhile, they ignore those factors which we can easily change, such as our diet and the synthetic medications they urge us to take. They want to perpetuate the notion that we are helpless without them, their drugs, and monstrously expensive “therapies”, such as joint-replacement and open-heart surgery.
Kratom Reminds Us of the Health Influences We Can Easily Change to Reverse Disease
I think a better explanation of the forces at play here is this: Kratom is one of many herbs which act as portals by which we can re-enter the natural realm. Most of humanity has become so distanced from nature, both physically and emotionally, that to re-establish a direct connection (a communion, if you will) with nature’s positive energy in the form of a plant is very healing, no matter what we think of it.
Most of us come to kratom as skeptics. We have this perception that pharmaceutical drugs are very refined and powerful — and yet, many who have been forced to rely on them for pain relief, both physical and emotional, have found them to totally lack any ability for re-establishing our sense of well-being.
For short-term acute pain, Pharma’s remedies keep us from losing our mind. Over the long term, they seem to cause us to lose touch with our natural sense of connection — to love, to family, to social responsibilities. That seems to be a bad bargain for those who are told they’ll need to take these painkillers for life!
Synthetic pharmaceutical drugs make us numb to life, both the Good and the Bad. Kratom returns us to life, still ill, but the pain is gone. We can get back to our loved ones and the things we live for.
Kratom Motivates Us To Make Some Positive Changes
I really can’t tell you how kratom works. I wish I could. Since most medical research is funded by the pharmaceutical industry, most research surrounding kratom has been designed to show us the negatives that could happen, usually for those who take it in an abusive way (as if these are the only people who use it).
After all, the mainstream medical profession has other pain remedies they wish to sell us — although privately, a growing number of physicians, police officers, and nurses are choosing to use kratom.
What we need is a new paradigm by which we can appreciate the benefits of kratom, replacing a one-sided social conditioning of fearing what could go wrong — as if we have no control over the situation. With practice, we do have control over ourselves and over how we use kratom.
Rather than looking at widespread acceptance of kratom as a new vice, we could more profitably use it as a catalyst for better health. That is what we want, isn’t it?
I believe kratom can also be a catalyst to help us insist that the practice of medicine should focus on instructing us on how to prevent disease, not on wildly profiting by selling us expensive, patented, and dangerous remedies, once we are sick.
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