Kratom (pronounced KRAY-tom) is a common name for the powders or leaves from the Mitragyna Speciosa Korthals. It is a member of the coffee (or Rubiaceae) family, this tropical tree grows in Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia and Indonesia. Traditionally, users in Asia would chew on the leaves to improve mood and for medicinal purposes.
Today, the leaves are dried and ground into fine kratom powder. While Kratom is not a medicine, when ingested, users have reported that Kratom expresses various medicinal qualities, depending on the strain. These positive effects include:
Usually, Kratom has few or no side effects. In some cases of frequent and excessive use, nausea and constipation can occur.
The general rule for dosing Kratom is less than 4 grams for a mild effect and 4 to 6 grams for a more substantial effect. Wait at least 4 hours between Kratom doses. When using Kratom for the first time, exercise caution. Always start with a low dose and wait for the effect.
There are three types Kratom categories: red, white, and green. Each of those has 3-4 subtypes.
On average, Kratom’s effects last between 4 and 6 hours. It is not advisable to take a new dose before working out the kratom effects.
Neither is better. It’s just a matter of personal preference. Kratom powder mixed with a liquid has a fast effect but a bitter taste. Kratom capsules do not have a bitter taste, but the effect takes a little longer.
We recommend the following ways to use Kratom:
Instructions for Kratom tea:
It’s important to drink the Kratom substance. Don’t leave it sitting in the bottom of your teacup.
Kratom extracts are concentrated forms of the herb. The crushed Kratom leaves are brewed for an extended period until all the water evaporates, leaving behind a dark, thick paste that contains only the active ingredients of Kratom.
Even though the number of active compounds in Kratom is significantly lower than the nicotine in cigarettes, history shows that you should not smoke Kratom. When used, traditionally, people didn’t smoke Kratom. People who have smoked it say that it burns terribly.
Please don’t. Sniffing Kratom has no effect and is harmful to your health.
Yes. Users report that red Kratom supports sleep.
Yes. Users report that all strains of Kratom are pain-relieving. Red Kratom works best.
Like other medicinal herbs, Kratom is safe to use in moderation. Consult with your doctor if you have any concerns about using Kratom.
The dosage and strain you choose will determine the effect that Kratom has on you. Please review the product descriptions on our sales pages carefully to ensure that you select the ideal strain for your specific needs. If you don’t know which strain is right for you, contact us < link to contact page> so that we can recommend a Kratom product that’s right for you.
Kratom is legal in most of the United States. Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Vermont, Indiana, and Alabama have passed legislation banning the local sale and possession of Kratom.
Opiate withdrawal tends to be quite challenging and uncomfortable. Because of this, it can be difficult to stop taking opioids. Thankfully, Kratom can make the experience less debilitating and more successful for opium users.
People who take drug tests for their job or school position need not worry, since the herb does not show on drug tests. The reason for this is that it isn’t the same form as narcotics.
Moderate consumption of alcohol with the Kratom may cause more potent, long-lasting effects. If you take alcohol before Kratom, you are likely to experience mild side effects such as headaches and nausea. Also, it is not a good idea to mix large portions of alcohol with Kratom since the interaction is unpredictable.
Strain of Kratom