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Addiction has also been reported by Thuan (1957) (Babu et al 2008). Suwarnlet (1975) in his report also mentioned the opioid abstinence syndrome such as irritability yawning rhinorrhoea myalgias diarrhoea and arthralgia. Recently major concern has arisen in Malaysia as the narcotism properties of this plant have attracted the misuse of it by drug addicts as an opium substitute. Kratom Supply due to this an act was passed in 2004 (under the poison control act 1952) which makes the possession of any form of the plant by the public illegal. In fact Thailand has legislated this plant since 1946. Australia also followed to criminalise the possession of this plant in 2005.

However sometimes the recognition of apoptotic bodies by phagocytes was not possible thus leading them to commit cell death as secondary degeneration as seen in necrosis (Sanders and Wride 1995) or apoptotic necrosis (Majno and Joris 1995). In the early stage of liquid kratom high cell death research apoptosis and necrosis was described as different forms of cell death (Wyllie et al 1980). Necrosis has previously been described as cells undergoing swelling and often accompanied by chromatin condensation which is then followed by cellular and nuclear lysis and inflammation (Wyllie et al 1980).

MIT toxicity was not possible. Introduction The results from trypan blue exclusion experiments and clonogenicity assays described in the previous chapter (chapter 2) kratom extract not working norris demonstrated that MSE and MIT were cytotoxic in the cell lines examined. Whether the cell death was accompanied by DNA damage was unknown. To date there is no information or report on cancer or tumour incidence in humans consuming Mitragyna speciosa Korth leaves.

It is important to find out whether MSE and MIT cytotoxicity is accompanied by DNA damage. This chapter examines whether Kratom Supply Kratom Supply MSE or MIT have genotoxic potential and thereby the potential for

carcinogenicity. Among the agreed international guidance documents are International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH harmonised tripartite guideline on genotoxicity) and Organization for Economic kratom drug review bella vista Co-operation and Development (OECD) guideline for the testing of chemicals.

Due to this an act was passed in 2004 (under the poison control act 1952) which makes the possession of any form of the plant by the public illegal. In fact Thailand has legislated this plant since 1946. Australia also followed to criminalise the possession of this plant in 2005. However in other parts of the world kratom is currently not scheduled. The availability of kratom over the internet www.erowid.org/plants/kratom/kratom.shtml has attracted many Western populations to use the plant as self-treatment in opioid withdrawal and chronic pain (Boyer et al 2007). Xenobiotics or in other words a foreign chemical compound not arising from host Kratom Supply organisms; have been a major concern in causing cytotoxicity to living organisms. In normal circumstances any xenobiotic which gains entry to the body will be directly or indirectly eliminated or metabolised to harmless (detoxification) or harmful metabolites by kratom mitragyna speciosa gold major defence organs such as liver kidney etc.