How to potentiate not only the effects of kratom and valerian root as well as kava together.
Now, there are a variety of methods of doing so.
Obviously the effects of anything mixed with Marijuana will heighten the senses. Mixing Cannabis and Kratom are a classical remedy for pain relief, insomnia, lightheadedness, disease and a variety of common ailments.
Now, to everlast the bountiful effects of Kratom one may drink a solution of Turmeric 30′ to one hour prior to consuming kratom. Mixing Turmeric with black pepper is a great way to heighten the effects of turmeric for maximum absorption and flavor.
“Nootropic stacking” is possible. This is where one may combine elements to potentiate the effects of whatever is stacked or combined together. Combining with Tianeptine is possible and not recommended. Combining drugs may in fact create new drugs, which is not studied extensively by the scientific whole.
Morever, gañjã, noted for pharmacologically “enhancing” homeostasis. So far, endogenous cannabinoids have been confirmed to participate in the regulation of food intake and energy homeostasis of the body, and have a significant impact on the endocrine system, including the activity of the pituitary gland, adrenal cortex, thyroid gland, pancreas, and gonads. Interrelations between the endocannabinoid system and the activity of the endocrine system may be a therapeutic target for a number of drugs that have been proved effective in the treatment of infertility, obesity, diabetes, and even prevention of diseases associated with the cardiovascular system.
Furthermore, patent US6599896 proposes “…use of tianeptine in the production of medicaments to treat neurodegenerative pathologies…cerebral ischaemia, cerebral traumatism, cerebral aging, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, demyelating pathologies, encephalopathies, chronic fatigue syndrome, myalgic encephalomyelitis post-viral fatigue syndrome, the state of fatigue following a bacterial or viral infection, and the dementia syndrome of AIDS”. A prospective, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial of tianeptine for fibromyalgia is currently under way in Spain. Regular tianeptine use may even be good for one’s teeth, though it’s unlikely to become a staple of orthodox dentistry. Despite this cornucopia of possibilities, tianeptine is not well known in Anglo-American psychiatry or among the English-speaking lay public. Much of the early literature was published only in French. Servier’s present focus is not on tianeptine but the novel melatonin receptor agonist and serotonin 5-HT2C receptor antagonist agomelatine (Valdoxan), EC-licensed from February 2009 as an antidepressant. Unlike tianeptine, agomelatine is comprehensively patent-protected.
All in all, kratom is best consumed the way one prefers.