Hey, I have been search enginin' for write ups about any possible health concerns with kratom, but have not found any thus far. I have read that it has low if any liver toxicity, but this was on a vendor site. It seems that if long term use can color the whites of your eyes and skin then this would be a sign of liver problems. I have been using kratom about 3-4 times a week since last august, if I remember right. I have not noticed any eye or skin coloration change. I have noticed that my most recent pair of contacts started to turn brown, but I wore longer than usual. Any one have any links to kratom in relation to liver toxicity and overall effects on health. Another thing is the massive amounts of honey I use to sweeten my kratom. My next round of investigation is going to be in the honey verses refined sugar healthiness. Somebody told me that honey is pure "sugar", but this is BS if they meant sugar in the sense of the white refined substance sold at the grocers as "sugar". There are many types of sugar ie glucose, fructose, and sucrose or whatever and whatever else. I have the feeling that fructose, which is what is in honey, is better for u than refined sugar,sucrose(sp?). It is not the added nutrients and stuff that is in honey that expect would make it better. It is the effects on the blood sugar level and tooth decay that I am wondering about. Is there someone who can set me straight on this? I am going to do my own research but I would like any comments that anyone would have to offer like Md's, nutrionalist, bums, gypsies, crackheads, and kratomheads. This is really just my gut feelings and nothing else. Since honey is made by bees it seems to me, in my line of cognitive processes, that it would be healthier than the ultra refined and bleached shit known as table sugar. I have already started and reading and found stuff contrary to my way of thinking about it honey and natural sweeteners have a little more minerals and vitamins, but not enough to make an difference in health and well being. But I am thinking that maybe the since it is more refined that the body is effected differenty by it. Does honey cause tooth decay?