Green Health Advocates News Update: Planet Kratom reaches over 100,000 followers on Twitter and boasts another 40,000 members on a Facebook group to support mitragyna speciosa used to cure pain opposed to opiate derived drugs
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - The talks about kratom seem to be taking new heights on social media while the federal law enforcement and Congress are determining whether or not kratom is going to be banned or permitted for sale and consumption in America.
Planet Kratom, a social media group that started on Twitter in 2014 holds the title for the most followed social media page about a Southeast Asian leaf that we know as kratom, and why it's a good opiate substitute for people who are fighting heroin addiction- or simply addicted to Oxycodones prescribed by Dr. Feel Good.
Last month Health Advance, Inc. stepped into the kratom industry but not like the mom-and-pops and website shops that sell it to the general public. This company is pioneering into the pharmaceutical business with a patent pending medical food called Polyoxyfen that contains a botanical extract blend with kratom. HADV is the first to dabble in the world of medicine and mitragyna speciosa since Sigma-Aldrich Corp did it in 2014 before being bought out by Merck KGaA for $17 billion.
Planet Kratom has a lot of interesting reference links and more recently they published a link to a news release that discussed a market research study with 3,000 pain medical specialists who are being surveyed about their thoughts on opiate derived drugs and their feeling about the new organic pharmaceutical food Polyoxyfen that may be hitting the healthcare marketplace any time now following phase-three clinical studies with the hired research organization working to get the product formulations cleared with GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) regulations at FDA.
Green Health Advocates has created a presence on social media and news blogs with over 500,000 followers to provide research updates and product information on organic medicine and dietary supplements to potential consumers and investors.
SOURCE Green Health Advocates