Kratom, also known as Mitragyna speciosa may be used to reduce pain, improve exercise, as a pre-workout drink, help people sleep, and to promote an overall feeling of euphoria. It may be used by others to promote a “legal high.” But is kratom safe? While some swear by it, others have overdosed with kratom and some have died too. Unfortunately, I now know one of those people. If you are a parent with kids, you need to know about kratom. Stores in your neighborhood may sell it. This is episode 114 of the Joe Cannon Health podcast, available here and you can follow for free on Apple and Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, Alexa Echo, Radio Public, Gaana, and pretty much everywhere else.
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I'm Joe Cannon. I have an MS degree in exercise science and a BS degree in biology & chemistry. I'm an authority on dietary supplements, personal fitness training, and the author of several books including Rhabdo, the first book about exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis.
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