being someone who takes 3 flat teaspoons as a max and usually has 1 or 2, i dont really get any upset from it,
one thing i will add tho is that TnW is not an original method used by the indigenous peoples, and its usally when we westerners change things that bad things start to happen, take kavakava for example,
ive not seen much said about negative health consequences but, who knows, people have been using TnW for a little while and i would have thought that we would know already if its bad, tho that depends on what kind of problems it might cause,
personally if tea isnt stronger and more effective for taking kratom, than i wonder why the thai's use it like that, or the other traditional use which is sublingal absorbtion by chewing on the leaves,
perhaps there is a reason why the traditional users didnt TnW...makes me think a little.
also i wonder if TnW by chronic users over years of use could result in sediment building up on the lungs by inhaling fine powder during the process.
also it is worth considering that foriegn pathogens may find there way onto the leaf, this is a possibility IMO when considering that animals live in trees and there is no legal limit set for percentages of fecal matter contained in produce.
perhaps it is wiser to brew in tea, who knows,
either way eating kratom should not be taken too lightly
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