What Is The Best Kratom For Pain?

best kratom for pain

Chronic pain is a problem for countless millions of Americans, and unfortunately doctors automatically prescribe synthetic opioids and opiates to patients who have these issues. Here at Organic Health Adviser we know there is a safer and far less addictive way to solve pain issues, and it’s called Kratom. This article discusses why Kratom is an excellent alternative to prescription meds, and also points out which strain is the best Kratom for pain.

First off, there are an untold number of real-life stories about how Kratom effectively alleviated pain even for people with serious chronic pain conditions. Shockingly, a common theme in these stories is that even the strongest prescription opioids and opiates did not effectively provide relief, but Kratom did provide effective relief. Therefore, this is evidence that Kratom can actually be a better painkiller than synthetic opioids and opiates.

Not only does Kratom mitigate pain better than synthetic […]

Personal Care- Why You Should Consider Hiring a Private Nurse?

Having an ill or recovering loved one at home can be an overwhelming responsibility. While many people take it upon themselves to try to care for this person, it’s important to know that this isn’t safe or effective—for either person involved. It’s both dangerous, and mentally AND physically draining. There is a better option available, and for several great reasons: hiring a private nurse. Here’s why!

1.) They are Able to Deal with Matters that an Aide cannot Deal With

It can be a smart idea to keep an aide on your staff for non-medical issues that need tending to, like feeding or bathing a patient. However, there are things that an aide just can’t do, since they’re not trained to do so. When it comes to dealing with medications, checking blood pressure and heart rate, and changing bandages, for example, you’re going to need someone who’s qualified and capable […]

Around The World In 80 Procedures

Medical tourism is a field that has gained a great deal of traction. Bringing vacation together with low-cost medical procedures, it is an odd-yet-attractive synthesis. The phenomenon is not just a hot item for Americans;

31 percent of West Australian women surveyed say they would consider it. Popular destinations include Asia, Latin America, Europe and the United States, which is home to a range of cosmetic treatments from facelifts to blepharoplasty. Due to the obvious ability to obtain medical treatments anywhere and save, medical tourism has travelers upping the ante on this unique opportunity. After all, who doesn’t enjoy saving money on medical costs and seeing the world at the same time?

The high cost of cancer: Responses in the East and West

The American Cancer Society warns that in the high cost of cancer treatment, health insurance is “no guarantee… you will be protected from major, life-changing expenses.” In […]

Who Should Take Care of Your Ailing Loved One?

When you notice an aging relative’s health start to decline, you have to start considering whether it’s smart to keep them at home or whether they might belong in a nursing facility. Here are several questions you can ask yourself to figure out where this person should go.

1.) What Kind of Care Do They Need?

Sometimes, it’s not so obvious who should be caring for your loved one. Even when it is—maybe they obviously belong in a nursing home—a concerned relative or spouse will still insist on taking care of them at home. This can be dangerous, though, and you need to put the ill one’s well-being first.

What is their current condition, and are they expected to decline? What kind of procedures, medications, and machines will they need to rest comfortably? Are you putting them at a disadvantage by keeping them at home, or is this the better […]

Yes – You ARE What You Eat

First of all, let me say here that we are not offering medical advice. The information here is simply our opinion, based on our own research and experience.

If you are wondering how it has been so easy for TPTB to have turned the overwhelming majority of the American population into sheep who believe everything they are told and comply with outrageous demands and actions, it is partly because they have been replacing our good, healthy, natural foods with foods laced with poisons for decades.

Why would anyone take pleasure in adulterating the food supply? Try this theory – if TPTB can make the masses believe that the cheap crap they get fed (butter substitutes from hydrogenated oils, sugar substitutes, flavor substitutes, etc.) is actually good food, then the less the peons need to have money and the more money is available for TPTB to harvest.

The assault has been […]

Medicare for All: Solution or Not?

The idea of Medicare for all is one that meets with varied opinions and passionate responses. When President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare into law, he appealed strongly to people’s sense of decency, saying “we’ve just got to say that by God you can’t treat grandma this way!” It’s true that in those days there were shocking stories of the elderly going without care and dying in deplorable conditions without treatment. Lately, the Medicare program has been portrayed as under siege, nearly bankrupt from increased costs and decreasing revenues. But many are asking the question: “Could this work for everyone?”

Medicare for All refers to a policy of expanding Medicare into a single-payer program with no copayments or deductibles, which would then cover every US resident and be paid for with payroll taxes and perhaps some marginal contributions from federal coffers. It would eliminate the private insurance industry entirely.

Insurance providers […]