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Joe first mentions learning about Kratom in 2016, on episode #843 (YouTube clip link), then later that year he mentions trying it for the first time on Twitter (link). Then in 2018, episode #1136 he shares with Hamilton Morris that he’s on kratom while they speak – to help curb the pain of a recent knee injury (YouTube clip link). Kratom is the powdered leaves of a plant from SE Asia called Mitragyna speciosa (you can see why the simpler name “kratom” caught on). It has 2 main properties: At lower doses, it acts as a mild stimulant At higher doses, it acts as a pain-killer. It’s most commonly used for 2 issues: Beating opioid addiction – whether that’s from “street drugs” like heroin, or from prescription drugs like OxyContin. Chronic pain management – as an alternative to prescription drugs. Other, less common, uses include: Social anxiety – helping users to feel more confident and relaxed in social situations Bodybuilding – to help train longer and harder in the gym. Similar to the way all types of tea we drink (black, green, white etc) are derived from the same species of plant; camellia sinensis , all types of kratom are derived from a single species of plant also – called mitragyna speciosa . Often kratom gets segmented into 3 colors: red, green and white.
However, during processing the veins and stems are cut out, so that what you receive all looks similar; a green ground-up powder. Then within each color the products are often further segmented, in order indicate subtle differences between the plants. For example, popular red kratoms are Bali, Borneo and Maenga Da. For more information on kratom strains, see this post on reddit. Even though kratom is a “natural” product, it can still be addictive, particularly if taken daily. For people who are dealing with chronic pain, then this is less of an issue, given they may need to take addictive pain killers daily anyway. However, when used recreationally, addiction is something to watch out for. There’s a good video on the Psyched Substance YouTube channel here, about the risks of kratom addiction. There is also a thread on Reddit around how to quit (suggesting it’s not easy once addicted). Kratom’s legal status varies from country to country, and you should be aware of the status where you are. In the USA kratom is federally legal , but some individual states and cities have made it illegal. For example it’s legal within California except for in the city of San Diego. There has been discussion (link) to make kratom federally illegal, but this has not happened so far. For the USA, this map on speciosa.org shows the legal status in different states and cities. For other countries, this reddit post has more details. Assuming kratom is legal in your location (see above) then kratom can be purchased both in head shops and via online stores. For example: Type Price per Gram Total Price Seller Bali (Red Vein) Powder - Kraken Kratom $0.23/gram powder $25.44 per 112g powder Kraken Kratom Bali (Red Vein) Powder - Coastline Kratom $0.40/gram powder $40 per 100g powder Coastline Kratom Maeng Da (Red Vein) Powder - Kraken Kratom $0.28/gram powder $31.50 per 112g powder Kraken Kratom Maeng Da (Red Vein) Powder - Costline Kratom $0.68/gram powder $67.99 per 100g powder Coastline Kratom. Right: the kratom plant (Mitragyna speciosa) Nut Butters. Joe’s company Onnit produce a range of nut butters they call “fat butter” – due to their high fat content. These are particularly interesting for people on low carbohydrate diets, who want to add more tasty fats to their diet. They come in 4 varieties: Salted Almond – almonds, macademia nuts, chia seeds, coconut oil, pink himalayan salt Creamy Peanut Butter – peanuts, macademia nuts, chia seeds, coconut oil, pink himalayan salt Chocolate Hazelnut – Hazelnut, cashew, cocoa butter, cocoa powder + more Snickerdoodle – Cashew, macademia nuts, cocoa butter, hemp seed + more. Macadamia nuts, organic chia seeds and organic coconut oil.
It’s one of the most common drinks in the Western world, and probably not worthy of a special spot in this list. But at the same time, coffee is one of the strongest (unregulated) cognitive enhancers available to man – and Joe’s a big fan. Whilst it may be difficult to find reliable evidence on the effectiveness of some of Alpha Brain’s ingredients, there are hundreds of studies on caffeine and its effects. UFC star Chael Sonnen has talked in the past about how he’s able to supplement caffeine before a fight, and it gives him a boost. Coffee Joe has mentioned drinking: Caveman Coffee Nitro Cold Brew – A single estate coffee, “infused’ with nitrogen, containing 250mg caffeine per can (source IG) Black Rifle Coffee – a coffee range by Joe’s bow hunting friend John Dudley (source IG) Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee – a sponsor of the podcast, but also something Joe likes, particularly their Lion’s Mane & Chaga mix. Joe has also recently got into using a coffee creamer by his friend’s business – the surfer Laird Hamilton.
It’s a coconut based creamer (dairy-free, vegan and keto friendly) that contains turmeric. He mentions enjoying it on the Dan Crenshaw podcast, and also displays it on an Instagram post. Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Younger vs Older Joe Rogan – Less hair, more tattoos, similar physique. Whilst some people start slowing down in their 50s, Joe hasn’t. Whether he’s hosting his podcast, practicing stand-up comedy or commentating at UFC events, the man doesn’t stop.