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Best Kratom for Opiate Withdrawal: Recommended Strains & Dosage

Best Kratom for Opiate Withdrawal

Looking to stop being dependent on Opiates? I know this is a big decision and many are having difficulties in doing these.  So, what is the first step to take?

First things first, being Opiate dependent is bad. However, since you are reading this, you are on your first step in looking for solutions on the best kratom for opiate withdrawal already, and that’s rather commendable.

Now, there are a lot of alternatives out there. Some turn to therapies and medical solutions to counter this, but recently, a new product is gaining grounds in being the best and safe remedy to opiate withdrawal – Kratom. However, given its many variations, how will you choose the right one for you? Let’s all find out.

How Does Kratom Work as Opiate Withdrawal Treatment?

There are a lot of testaments that support claims of Kratom being a good alternative for opiates and in turn, helps in withdrawal. You may have heard it from a friend or a neighbor. A medical practitioner, magazines and on the internet (if you are in the research phase).

Kratom, or Mitragyna Speciosa, is a natural herb native from the Southeast Asia. This coffee-like plant has a long record of usage as a traditional medicine for a variety of ailments.

But since we are focusing on Opiate withdrawal, let’s dig in a little deeper.

Kratom contains natural forming Alkaloids. This compound works the same as the other opioids. It enters your body, communicates with the opioid receptors and thus results in various effects such as:

– Clear mind
– Optimism
– More strength
– Enhanced cognition
– More focus and attention
– General feeling of euphoria
– Pain relief

Given these benefits, Kratom offers most, if not all, of the effects that opiates have. So is it an opiate? How does it help in drug withdrawal if it, more or less, works the same?

Kratom vs. Opioids – Likeness and Differences

Believe me, when I say, this is where most people got it wrong.

You see, Kratom is – by far – not an opioid. It works the same but does not really. Makes sense? No? Okay, let’s further discuss it more by differentiating the two more.

Opioids or Opiates are known to result in a more negative relationship between the substance and your body receptors. This relationship is for long-term and leads to addiction. Once you stop using it, your body will crave for more and produces after-effects we call as opiate withdrawal symptoms; this includes but not limited to the following:

– Uneasiness
– Nausea
– Stomach problems
– General lack of strength
– Lack of sleep
– Excessive sweating
And other extreme results such as;
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Muscle cramps
– Agitation

Kratom, on the other hand, works differently. While it does produce the same benefits (and more) as these opiates, it does not form a negative, long-term relationship with the opioid receptors. Meaning, it does communicate with it but in a more natural and safe way.

Like most foods, Kratom works well by passing through this receptors and then ends up going through the whole system of digestion. Your body will not crave for Kratom intake as it recognizes it most simply as food, and does not form any addiction.

Moreover, by still having these benefits, Kratom is also known as a remedy for opiate withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, depression, lack of sleep and strength.

In a sense, Kratom is the best alternative for opiates, as when you use it you trick your body of having taken opioids while also cleaning your body of any negativity that opiates bring, thereby allowing your body to heal.

Best Kratom Strains for Opiate Withdrawal

Now the next question is, what Kratom product will work best for me?

Given that there are a lot of good Kratom strains that are perfectly capable of countering opiate withdrawal the safe way, there can also be a handful of answers to your question.

In fact, what may work for others may not function for you, as it can vary depending on one’s diet, body measurement, weight and other factors.

    • However, to start off your quest, you can never go wrong with any of these Kratom strains:

These strains should do well in your battle against opiate withdrawal.

How to take Kratom for Opiate Withdrawal

Kratom comes in many varieties and forms. It could be in the form of pure or crushed leaves, powder, and even capsules. Others prefer boiling the pure leaves and drinking the water after that.

You can also go for the capsule and take it just as a natural dietary supplement or the crushed leaves where you can be more in control of the intake volume.

The most recommended, however, is for you to take the powder form mixed with your drinks, such as tea or juice. That easy.

However, taking Kratom alone will not be sufficient. Like any other medication, Kratom combined with good health practices and diet works at its best.

Here are a few steps you can follow to make sure you’ll have a successful recovery and to ensure that you’ll get the desired results you wanted from taking Kratom.

1. Pick the best Kratom strain of your choice and buy 7-8 ounces of such.
2. Choose a fruit, of your choice again that would make a real fresh juice to partner with Kratom powder. Twenty or more of these fruits should be enough.
3. Stop using opiates. This is important as this, in a sense, is the first step to your recovery. However, remember to do this gradually to allow your body to adjust to the changes.
4. Instead of the opiates, take the Kratom (7-8 grams) mixed with fruit juice, an hour before breakfast for about 1-4 days. You can also choose to drink more of this mix for another 3 times just as long as you set an interval of 3 hours per meal.
5. On the fifth day, continue your regimen but this time limit your Kratom consumption to 2 instead of 4. Do this until the seventh day or until the symptoms are gone.
6. Stay clean. This is the most important step of the process – maintenance. While you can now stop taking Kratom, make sure to sustain a healthy living by eating fruits and vegetables as often as you can. Make sure to exercise daily, drink plenty of water and eat more meat.

Best Kratom Dosage for Opiate Withdrawal

This portion varies each person slowly. There are no exact measurements for everyone as its potency may differ from each individual’s body size, weight, diet and even tolerance. The basic statement here to remember is that “What might work for you, may not work for the others,” and vice versa.

However, it is best to start your consumption at the lowest possible. Start with 1-2 teaspoons (each teaspoon corresponds to 4 grams of Kratom) for every 4-5 hours. Make notice of your bodily reactions and work from there. If it’s too much, reduce a little. If it does not work, increase a bit.

Just remember that Kratom effects usually last about 4-5 hours, so try hold back on your next intake as much as you can. In the end, if you can find the perfect balance of time and volume of Kratom, you can now follow that on the steps discussed above until completion.


  1. Hello, can you tell me which strains will be best for pain management. I have found some conflicting information & just want to make sure I get the right one.

  2. There is a mountain of good info here, I’m ready to start opioid removal from my life. Over 10 years daily use mostly as prescribed for chronic pain, 1 of my many questions is about alternative pain relief that is as effective as the 40 to 60 mg a day of hyrdocodone that ive been taking for so long. Recently I’ve been trying cbd-thc which work well, but only briefly requiring a lot of it & I’ve not even mentioned the withdrawals. So as bad as these opioid are they work for me and have for a long time now. I’m disabled on a fixed income don’t have the cash to buy the amount of cbd that replaces Norco #10. Chronic pain is REAL every day every night now add withdrawals. I just received 8oz red vein kratom will use as instructed & see how it does.

  3. Never in my 20 years of opiate(heroin) addiction have I found an alternative except for kratom. This is the best way to get through opiate withdrawal, in my opinion. If i didn’t have this plant I would still be out in the streets getting high begging for death. Kratom is the best thing that has happened to me.

  4. Thank you. I found this article very helpful! My friend shared hers with me today and it was AMAZING! I have 2 ruptured discs in my lumbar and hate taking meds. Your product gives me a great alternative. At a time when I’m also fighting depression/anxiety as well as PTSD. Today i felt the best i have in months! Needless to say i wil make a purchase as soon as im able to return to work! This could be life changing. Seriously. I had given up hope. Thank you!


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