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Who is benefiting from herbal cramps?

By Robert Preset
Health Day Reporter

Thursday, April 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Plants Kratom It is used by less than 1% of the American population, but is extremely high among those who abuse it Opioids A new study has found that painkillers.

Kratom is also used to it Manage pain And opioid withdrawal. However, he takes the risk Addiction And harmful side effects, which have made the US Food and Drug Administration and Drug Enforcement Administration classify Cratom as a “serious drug.”

Although herbal supplements are legal, they have been linked to thousands of toxins and hundreds of cases in the United States, most of which involve the use of other drugs, especially opioids.

In a new study, the researchers analyzed data collected from more than 56,000 American youth and adults during the 2019 national study on drug use and health.

Overall, 0.7% of respondents used creams last year, but their use was more common in people taking other medications. Cannabis, Stimulant and Cocaine.


Studies have shown that cramps are the most common form of opioid overdose, and the highest (10%) among people with opioid problems.

Men, white people and those with him Depression And heavy Mentally ill They were also more likely to report using crutches. Young people and adults over the age of 50 are less likely to get used to it. A study published April 29 Journal of Defense American Journal.

“This study will increase our understanding of the prevalence of crutch and its relationship to opioid abuse,” said author Joseph Palmaar. He is an Associate Professor of Public Health at New Grosman Medical School.

“More research is needed to determine the effectiveness of opioid treatment, and more research is needed to determine how safe it is when combined with other drugs,” Palmar told New York News.

More info

The U.S. National Institute for Drug Abuse has more information Kratom.

Source: New York University, News Release April 29, 2021