Friday, January 8, 2021

Buy seven7ohm Kratom

The domain: 7ohm.com doesn't seem to be working for some reason. None of the links show up. It works fine on all of my devices, but others have reported dead links when using 7ohm.com instead of 7ohm.info. I'm not sure what could explain it. 

So, if you came here using 7ohm.com, you have to use 7ohm.info, or  https://www.7ohm.info/p/seven-ohm-botanicals-botanical-specimen.html

I have no idea how to solve this problem. It doesn't make any sense to me. It's technically a domain forwarding process. There's no plausible reason why the links would be missing when it's going to the same site. It's the weirdest thing. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  

SOURCES:

We have sourced Kratom from all over Indonesia, not just Borneo. This list is 5 years in the making.

HULU KAPUAS - BORNEO (Nano-Milled, Super Fine Powder, Allegedly from the Wild)
MEDAN - SUMATRA ISLAND (Fastest Strains),
PONTIANAK - WEST BORNEO (Kratom capital of the world: diverse alkaloid profiles, complex blends)
KETAPANG - SOUTH BORNEO (Harvested from the wild, blends are Mitragynine dominant, all pure indoor dried),
THAILAND / MALAYSIA - BORDER (Mostly pure, basic blends)

NEW LEAF:

Plantation Maeng Da (Pontianak)
(Elephant) Super Green Maeng Da (Hulu)
Supergreen (Pontianak) (Out of Stock)
Green Bar Bar (Hulu)
Green Banana (Hulu)
Green Elephant (Pontianak)
Green Bali (Pontianak)
White Gucci (Hulu)
White Golden (Hulu)
White Elephant (Pontianak)
White Maeng Da (Hulu)
Red Malay (Hulu)
Red Bali (Hulu)

2017 LEAF:

BOLD = Best Sellers
* = Our Favorites
GREEN (Mostly Blends except Super, which is pure sun dried leaf)
     Green Elephant Green Malay EGM - BALANCED (Hulu Kapuas)*
Green Malay Egm#2 - BALANCED, (slow)
     Green Elephant (Thailand)
     Green Elephant (Ketapang) Out      Green Elephant (Pontianak)      Green Horn (Balanced)(Medan)*(OUT OF STOCK)
Green Kalsel (Pontianak)(Mood)*
 Green Papua (SLOW(Hulu Kapuas) Out
Green Pucuck (FAST)(out of stock)(Thailand)
Green K Pucuck (out of stock)
Green K Pucuck 2 (out of stock)(Ketapang)
Green Plantation Maeng Da PMD(Pontianak)
   Green Samarinda (Pontianak) Out
     Green Sumatra (Medan) Out
     Green Vein Ketapang (Ketapang)
Green Vein Borneo (Ketapang)
  Green Supergreen (Ketapang)(out of stock)
Green Supergreen (Pontianak)*out
Green Super Indo (Pontianak)(Balanced-Slow) out
Green Super Borneo (Pontianak)(Balanced) out
Green Elephant Borneo (Hulu Kapuas)
Green Jong Kong (Balanced)(Hulu Kapuas)*
Green Elephant Maeng Da (EGMD, aka Supergreen Md)(Hulu Kapuas)*
Green Kapuas (Pontianak)*out
Green Kapuas (Hulu Kapuas)
Green Elephant (Pontianak)
Green Elephant (Ketapang) out RED      Red Jambu (SLOW)(Thailand) out      Red Elephant(Ketapang) out      Red Sumatra(Sumatra)      Red Elephant Maeng Da #7 -(SLOW)(Hulu Kapuas)(Pure)      Red Elephant Maeng Da #6 (slow)(Hulu Kapuas)(Pure)      Red Horn (balanced-fast)(Medan)out      Red Bentuangie (green)(Pure) AKA Brown (Fermented)      Red Bentuangie (wild)(Pure)(Ketapang)      Red Bentuangie (plantation)(Pure)(Pontianak)
Red Bali (Pontianak)(Classic Blend)*
Red Thai (Medan)
Red Thai (Thailand) out
Red Md (Thailand)
Red V (Ketapang)
Red Horn (Medan) out
Red Horn (Ketapang)
Red Borneo (Medan) out
Red Borneo (Ketapang)
Red Super (Pontianak)(Slow)
Red Malay (Pontianak) WHITE (60%Indoor30%Outdoor10%Stem&Vein)      White Pucuck (aka White Kri) (FAST)(out)(Thailand)      White Horn (BALANCED-FAST)(Thailand) out      White Horn (Ketapang) out
     White Horn (Medan) out
     White Thai (Thailand) out
White Thai (Medan) out
White Kapuas (Pontianak)
White Maeng Da (Pontianak)out
White Maeng Da (Medan) (Fast)*      White Sumatra (Medan) out     White Jong Kong (balanced) (Hulu Kapuas) out
White Vietnam (Ketapang) out
White Vietnam (Medan) out
White Elephant (Medan)* Out White Samarinda (Pontianak) Out GOLDEN      Golden Maeng Da (Hulu Kapuas) out      Golden Jong Kong (balanced)(Hulu Kapuas) out
Golden Bali (Medan) out YELLOW      Yellow Ketapang(Ketapang) Out      Yellow Kapuas (Pontianak) Out      Yellow Vietnam (Medan)* Out
     Yellow Gold (Medan) Out      Yellow (Medan)(Sold out) Out
Yellow Vietnam (Medan) Out
Yellow Borneo (Pontianak) Out
Yellow Thai (Medan) Out
Yellow Malay (Hulu Kapuas) Out
BROWN (Fermented)
Brown Borneo (Pontianak)
Brown (Hulu Kapuas)

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Debunking Kratom Myths: Potentiates

Most Potentiates that people use for Kratom are cyp3a4 inhibitors. The rationale behind this is that since this enzyme metabolizes 65% of known drugs, a lack of it would cause the alkaloids to build in the bloodstream causing a pronounced effect that lasts longer. This dangerous drug interaction with an inhibitor like grapefruit juice is what you are warned about on many prescription drug bottles. 

Recent research has been groundbreaking. We've discovered that the opioid (7ohm) on par with Morphine found in kratom is a metabolite and only found in trace amounts in the leaf. This alkaloid is converted primarily by the same enzyme mentioned above. So, while we were trying to get a greater opioid effect by inhibiting said enzyme, we may have actually been reducing the opioid effect. This would theoretically mean that the effects would be primarily from the alkaloid Mitragynine. Mitragynine is the reason we have stimulation through adenosine receptor antagonism, much like Caffeine. 

So, theroretically, you would get more stim from an inhibitor, and more opioid from an inducer. Try this experiment: take the same amount of the same strain of kratom for a week (or a day) while taking an inhibitor, then try it for a week (or whatever) with an inducer. See if you get different effects. Also theoretical: wobbles should be cured by taking an inducer assuming you believe that wobbles are caused by the "great neuromuscular blockade" effect of Mitagrynine (as cited by one study. 


[b]Inducers (increase cyp3a4)

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]St. John’s wort [14, 15, 16]

Capsaicin [17, 18]

Common valerian [19]

Echinacea purpurea [20]

Vitamin D and UV exposure [6]

Being female [21]

Diabetes [22]

Fatty acids [22]

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) found in cigarettes [23]

Aflatoxin B1 [24]

Some drugs such as carbamazepine [10] and dexamethasone [25]


[b]Inhibitors (decrease cyp): 

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Grapefruit juice (and its compounds bergamottin, naringenin, and paradicin-A) [26, 4, 27]

Starfruit juice [28]

Aloe vera juice [29]

Mixed vegetable juices [30]

Kale [31]

Garden cress [32, 33]

Fennel [34]

Green tea [4, 35]

Black pepper [36, 37]

Herbs

Goldenseal [38]

Raspberry leaf [34]

Milk thistle (compounds silybin and isosilybin) [39]

Good link explaining the enzyme and citing studies: ]https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/profs/PUArticles/March2014DrugMetabolismCytochromeP4503A4.htm#:~:text=The%20liver%20and%20small%20intestine%20have%20the%20highest%20CYP3A4%20activity.&text=Potent%20inhibitors%20of%20CYP3A4%20include,John's%20Wort%20and%20glucocorticoids

Does Kratom Cause Hair Loss?

 I know people don't like talking much about this possible side effect.The topic may even have been banned at one point on r/kratom. It's possible that addressing it might help ease this paranoia during a time when we're all scarfing down considerable amounts of green sludge. Or, if you weren't paranoid about it before this, you might be after reading this. One of the most fucked up side effects from Kratom that people have discussed is about alopecia (hair loss). Although people have called bullshit on it, people have also posted pictures and documented their ordeal mainly on r/quittingkratom. The good thing is that it seems to grow back once you quit. Nobody can figure out what's going on exactly and what's causing it, but luckily it does seem to grow back once you quit. It just sucks that you have to quit, right? In looking at a bunch of lab tests recently, I noticed an alarming trend among red kratom (not red vein): mold. 

All Red Kratom is essentially bentuangie and virtually all strains have some of it mixed in. They allegedly try to ferment the leaf by putting it in plastic bags and then in then sun until it turns red. Why they do this seems to be nothing more than trying to get a red color. We'll never know because here's a serious disconnect between effect and muslim Indonesian. Please don't say anything about red "vein" kratom because it doesn't exist. Let me clarify: it does exist, but every plant produces it at one point in their life, and there is no scientific evidence that it has a different alkaloid profile. 

Even if there were a different alkaloid profile to be found in different vein color, Indonesian farmers are not differentiating between vein colors when harvesting so it's moot to even consider it as factor. Additionally, recent research says that most of the psychoactive effects are caused by mitragynine, and the other alkaloids (with the exception of mitraphyline) are found in too small of amounts to make a significant impact on effect. Mitraphyiine is a strong anti-inflammatory that has shown promise in treating cancer. All "strains" from Indonesia are blends of red and green kratom. 

Who cares? 

There seems to be an inherent flaw in the way red kratom is made, and this causes it to grow mold. Fermentation isn't really feasible when it comes to kratom as there are no precursors present (sugar, yeast, etc) in a plastic bag filled with leaves and put in the sun. I'm not sure why it is that we think fermentation occurs in this kind of environment. With failed fermentation most likely comes mold growth. How do I know this? I looked at a bunch of lab tests of a bunch of different types of kratom from the same farmer and found that bentuangie is very susceptible to mold. Since it's blended into virtually every strain this could cause problems. Most of the red strains that have this blended in also failed the mold test. Bali, Borneo, etc... I wouldn't be as concerned with toxicity, as I would be with an allergic reaction, especially if you're also asthmatic. Coincidentally, mold allergies can cause hair loss. So, now you have 2 reasons to avoid Bentuangie, especially if it hasn't been lab tested for microbes. For all of those that feel that reds are void of effect, it may be because this drying process severely degrades Mitragynine (some of the levels of Mg were as low as .3%). My assumption is that the longer you leave it in the bag/sun, the more of it is degraded. What we learned from this is that there does appear to be value in reduced levels of Mitragynine. This reduced level of MG could be the reason that reds are perceived to have a more opioid effect. 

To validate our theory we just need to find out if hair loss sufferers were allergic to mold along with which strain and how much they were taking. 

Symptoms of Mold Allergy 

Sneezing

Runny or stuffy nose

Cough and postnasal drip

Itchy eyes, nose and throat

Watery eyes

Dry, scaly skin

Finally, there is something that needs to be said about moderate levels of Mitragynine, which is the most common in consistently popular strains. the average was around 1.5%. Reds averaged .9. Sun dried greens (Supergreen) were 1.4%. High levels of Mitragynine seem to be void of opioid effect possibly because of the inhibition of the cyp3a4 enzyme in our bodies, preventing conversion of 7ohm. But, more on that in another post. 

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