Some Basic Facts And Misconceptions About Kratom Products

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The kratom tree is cultivated from as late as the 19th century in Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Borneo, and Malaysia. The kratom capsules and powders have been used in Southeast Asian countries as a natural product to uplift mood, boost energy and to get good relief from psychological disorders like anxiety and depression. The high alkaloid contents in kratom products have been found to be extremely useful in relieving mild to moderate pain, reduce stress levels and induce sleep in those individuals who consume lower doses of kratom products. The psychoactive properties and its ability to cause addiction have made these products unsafe for human consumption and are banned in many countries.

Here are some important facts on these products usefulness in areas of botanical research, medicinal benefits and common misconceptions about the kratom products

Usefulness To Ethnobotanical Community

Premium strains of Mitragyna Speciosa are procured by the educational and research institutions which undertake advanced investigational studies in botany, ethnobotany, and biochemistry. The ethnobotanical community relies on leading kratom suppliers such as kratomystic to procure super quality kratom capsules, enhanced powders and extracts and starter packs that are rich in alkaloid content to achieve desired consistency in their various botanical research studies. It is essential that ethnobotanical research involving high-quality kratom products are harvested and processed botanically to ensure sufficient consistency in botanical research. Also, the products need to be packaged with top-notch technology to make sure that the unadulterated alkaloids with high purity content are used for the research.

Medicinal Properties

Kratom leaves have a bitter taste and produce a stimulant-like effect when taken in low dosages and sedative-like effect if they are consumed in high dosages. Individuals consume kratom as a recreational drug with main objectives to curb their opiate and alcohol withdrawal symptoms and also to minimize their cravings for these illegal drugs. The medicinal herb is also very beneficial as a potent pain reliever especially for patients suffering from arthritis, fibromyalgia and Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS). Research studies conducted to evaluate the medicinal properties of Mitragyna Speciosa have reported that they are very beneficial in boosting the immunity system and are helpful for patients who are suffering from anxiety and depression.

Some Misconceptions About Kratom

The most common misconception about Kratom is that it is one another drug like opiate which is known to cause severe highs in those individuals consuming the illegal drug. The truth is that kratom leaves do not belong to any opiate family but are a part of the coffee family, and they merely binds to the same receptors in the brain location as that of opiate drugs. Another important misconception of kratom products is that they have extremely harsh withdrawal symptoms such as low energy, irritability, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea similar to that of opiates. But, various research studies have proven that kratom products do not have severe withdrawal symptoms of opiates and can be safely prescribed to patients who cannot handle regular prescription drugs.

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