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We explore the benefits and side effects to tell you what is kratom

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Kratom, also known as, Mitragyna speciosa, comes mostly from the Southeast Asian regions with balmy, hot and wet summers.

The kratom plant is native to Thailand, where the locals have used it as a medicinal, and recreational, herb for thousands of years.

Kratom’s effect mimics that of opiates, ranging from sedation to pain reduction to intense euphoria. This makes it a popular herbal substitute for opiate drugs.

A wide variety of strains make kratom an even more interesting herb. Each strain can brings different effects due the difference in Alkaloid ratios that are prominent in the leaf.

The most commonly known alkaloid in kratom is called Mitragynine.

Mitragynine acts primarily on the opioid receptors. This makes it easy for people to often mistake Kratom for an opiate, which it is not. A member of the coffee family, kratom does not act on the same receptors as some of the harsher opiates like codeine and morphine.

The drug does carries with some opiate side effects, including nausea, dizziness, constipation, and in worst cases hallucinations and delusions.

But, it is worth noting that kratom experiences depend on the dosage being taken by users.

In low doses, kratom is a wonderful stimulant that can help with increased work output, alleviate mood, and even boost the libido. On the other hand, high doses of the herb have a sedative effect, helping manage pain, anxiety and induce a deep and restful sleep.

Once you know what kind of kratom experience you want, it’s only a matter of taking the right dose to minimize any ill effects.

When used responsibly and in moderation, kratom delivers a safe and wonder experience that can be tailored to your needs.

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  • Mood Enhancing
  • Pain Relieving

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