Is kratom tolerance a real thing? Yes. Does kratom tolerance signal the end of your love affair and use of kratom? Nope, so long as you learn from your experience and make some prudent adjustments.Continue reading
ETHA is proud to partner with naturopathic practices that see the value of incorporating ETHA kratom to their comprehensive health tools. ETHA's ability to harvest and blend kratom plants with different alkaloid profiles, allows naturopathic doctors to use kratom to address several conditions, from pain to fatigue to anxiety.Continue reading
Mother's Day with ETHA and Kratom This Mother’s Day forget traditional, predictable and boring gifts. Instead, celebrate Mother’s Day with ETHA and make this holiday all about the women who tirelessly take care of us. Whether you’re celebrating mom for many years, or this...Continue reading
ETHA Natural Botanicals is proud to be a part of the group of Kratom Industry Business Leaders committed to self-regulation and adherence to manufacturing standards and best practices.
Kratom naturally produces nitrogen-based chemicals called alkaloids that can have pronounced physiological actions on humans. The kratom plant has over 40 such naturally occurring bio-active alkaloids, of which perhaps the most well-known is mitragynine. Traditionally, day laborers in Southeast Asian countries chewed on kratom leaves to help with pain and energy. Additionally, kratom was used as a local anesthetic and also used to help with coughs and with intestinal issues like diarrhea. According to a 2020 survey of nearly 3,000 kratom users by John Hopkins Medicine, these days, a large portion of kratom users are using kratom to self-treat pain, while others use it for emotional or mental conditions.Continue reading