What is Kratom?
History of Kratom
Mitragyna Speciosa, also known as Kratom is a tropical evergreen in the coffee family. It is native to Southeast Asia, indigenous to Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Papua New Guinea.
The use of Kratom
There are many forms of consumption and benefits that come from Kratom. Kratom was often eaten fresh after being picked by the locals and was also used in ceremonies. It was not until later that the Kratom leaf was dried and crushed to be made into a powder and brewed as a tea or made into capsules for easier consumption. Kratom can also be added to your smoothies or even protein drinks to give it a boost. Some even prefer to mix it with milk to make a simple shake. Kratom has been known to have an Opiate-like effect even though it’s not really an opioid, what this means is that Kratom has been known to help deal with addiction by binding with the same receptors in the brain as opiates except Kratom does not activate the receptors in the same way. Aside from dealing with addiction, Kratom has also been known to offer relief from pain, depression, and anxiety.
Kratom’s many strands
Kratom comes in three main strands, white vein, red vein, and green vein. White Vein Kratom although known to be of the highest quality, carries an acquired taste. When consumed it acts as a stimulant and is associated with increased energy and alertness. Red Vein Kratom is the most popular and the most mellow of the three. Red vein Kratom is often used as a sedative and it has been known to help with pain relief. Green vein Kratom is in between the white and red veins. The green vein Kratom often acts as a stimulant and gives off a mild energy boost just like the white vein kratom but it also boosts mental clarity and helps you to focus on the task at hand.
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