Kratom, scientifically named Mitragyna speciosa, is a tropical tree in the coffee family that is native to parts of Africa and Southeast Asia. It has been valued in traditional medicine since the 19th century, and today it is used for pain relief, depression, ADHD, anxiety, and to self treat drug addiction and to ease drug withdrawal symptoms. Traditionally, kratom leaves were crushed and made into tea, or they were chewed on or smoked for their euphoric effects. Today the plant is used to make kratom capsules, pills and powders.Kratom contains over 40 compounds and more than 25 alkaloids. The main active alkaloids in kratom are mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, which can have a range of stimulating and depressant effects. Kratom constituents have shown to possess analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity. It truly is a rare thing is this day and age, and trust me I know, if you do have a pure heart, you will be used and abused. Don't let it change you, keep going, keep glowing, in the end you WILL win. Speaking from experience, anxiety is the most debilitating ailment a person can endure. Be kind to yourself, there is no need to suffer in silence, no need to poison yourself either. Contact us, we have. Kratom use in South Africa is relatively new, but it is fast gaining popularity for obvious reasons.

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