Yes, kratom does reduce testosterone levels. We don’t know whether it does that because it reduces testosterone or because kratom lowers testosterone. Either way, kratom can help lower testosterone.
The idea is that if you’re addicted to kratom, you’ll simply be losing weight. If you’re addicted to kratom, you’ll be losing testosterone.
We also found that kratom helps reduce the desire or need to “cheat” in other ways. According to our study, we found that people who use kratom report feeling less guilty for getting high, and a lot less guilty for not using kratom.
In some more scientific research, we found that people who are addicted to kratom report feeling less guilty for not using kratom and that they feel less guilty about smoking. So if you are addicted to kratom, you might be able to get some relief from your pain. In other words, you might feel less guilty about using kratom or smoking.
In more “real world” news, researchers are finding that kratom can also boost libido. That’s really good news because it could also decrease the risk of erectile dysfunction and prostate cancer. You can thank kratom for this one.
That’s actually pretty cool, though. If I’m being honest, it doesn’t seem like I’d ever do anything to do with my kratom (or use it). Maybe I could go to my doctor and get a prescription, but that might be out of the question anyway.
Yeah, but that is why you should always get a prescription, and you certainly don’t need to have the kratom to do that. But it is good to keep in mind that even if you stop using kratom, you still shouldn’t be doing much else with your libido.
I really wish this was true. Kratom certainly does affect testosterone levels, but I think the research is inconclusive. The reason is that there are a lot of variables to account for when making the link, like the dose of the drug, the duration of use, the amount of alcohol you drink, the other drugs you use, and all kinds of factors.
The research is also inconclusive on the benefits of kratom. One study showed that male subjects who had taken kratom had lower testosterone levels than those who had not had kratom. However, another study showed that both men and women who had taken kratom had lower testosterone levels than those who had not had kratom. That is to say, the results are mixed.
This is an interesting one. There has been a lot of research on kratom being good for boosting testosterone levels. However, there are conflicting results. One study found that males who had taken kratom had reduced testosterone levels. Another study found no change. It’s all really difficult to get all of the answers from the research.