When it comes to helping to ease #pain in general, it is 99.9% of the time a “hit and miss” when it comes to finding something that will take it all away. Something is causing the pain (obviously), so confirming where that source is located is the first and most important thing to do. Once you realize that it is something that does not require a medical professional to treat, then you can give kratom a try, for it has been known to help many pain suffers.
The analgesic effect that kratom gives some people depends on the quantity of #mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine that are in each particular strain. These #alkaloids act on your body’s opioid receptors, repressing pain sensitivity. Alkaloids also help your body release its natural endorphins, which reduces the feeling of pain. So naturally, you would then want to seek out the kratom strains that hold the most alkaloids.
One that is known to be what many consider “the best” is the Maeng Da strain–but, you will be surprised to hear that many would not agree that it is the best for helping ease pain. Not all articles relating to kratom comes from a well educated source. Many are simply “marketers” looking for traffic and hitting popular keywords. #Kratom has been very popular as of late, so make sure to triple-check your findings and find a reputable source to gather your kratom knowledge from.
Based on the average vote, Indo strains, including Borneo and Bali strains, have some of the highest amounts of 7-hydroxymitragynine and mitragynine found within the leaves. However, because of the lack of other stimulating alkaloids, they tend to be sedating overall. Luckily, these types of kratom are still much less sedating than standard medications one might seek for pain. So if you already determined you do not need the medical assistance, it is worth giving these strains a try for pain issues. Borneo and Bali, many claim, are pretty much Indo with my slight differences, if any.
Malaysian strains, especially Green Malay, tend to be effective for kratom pain relief and tend to be less sedating than Indo, Borneo and Bali strains. The Malay strain is best for those who do not want the “sedating” effects that feels similar to natural melatonin mixed with some Chamomile Tea, Mmmmm (You should try that mix). But kratom gives you additional benefits like pain relief, decreased inflammation, and an easy mood lift (similar to the natural SamE).
So mix up a few of these recommendations and drink away. Try between 2-5 grams for pain. See if some of these help you.
Remember, #kratomtea is no cure; it doesn’t “treat” anything. It helps. Do not expect 100% relief. It’s rare finding that anywhere.