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Kratom Guide

Our kratom guide will show you kratom history, and how to buy kratom and how to choose a kratom vendor with kratom guide and reveiw.

When you buy kratom from a vendor, you need to first examine this kratom vendor. Is this kratom vendor legit? Is this kratom vendor‘s products high quality? So here we are going to offer some kratom vendor guide, with vendor review on how to choose a kratom vendor.

Our kratom products are original, organic kratom in its raw form, directly from Indonesian suppliers who  carries  the 3rd party lab test certificates. No additives of any kind. And we do our own 3rd party testing as well. We have 24 different strains, in three different color veins. All uniquely different and visually identifiable.  And we also carry some rare form of kratom like Bentuangie, Elephant, Gold Maeng Da and Super Green. See our Gallery.

Our kratom powder

As kratom vendor , Our kratom powder are 100% natural and original grown kratom, in its raw form, made from pure leaf, no stem or ovein, imported directly from Indonesia, absolutely no additives. So we have the Best quality in the market guaranteed or your money back. Please see our kratom review. We safely and beautifully pack our product in food and drug compliant jar with inner liner. Affordable retail at 100 gram, 500 gram and 1000 gram(1Kg). See our home page.

Our kratom capsules

As kratom vendor , Our kratom capsules are #00 size clear vegetarian capsules that contains 500mg exactly the same kratom powder we sell in powder form, absolutely no additives of any kind. We safely and beautifully pack our product in pharma-grade bottle. See our kratom review. Affordable retail at 100 count, 400 count and 800 count. Best in the market guaranteed or your money back. See our home page.

According to Wikipedia:

Traditional use

“In cultures where the plant grows, people used kratom in traditional medicine. They chewed leaves to relieve musculoskeletal pain and increase energy, appetite, and sexual desire in ways similar to Khat and coca. They also used leaves or extracts from kratom  to heal wounds and as a local anesthetic. And they also used Extracts and leaves to treat coughs, diarrhea, and intestinal infections. People also used it as intestinal deworming agents in Thailand. Workers in laborious or monotonous professions used it to stave off exhaustion as well as a mood enhancer and painkiller. In Thailand, people used kratom “as a snack to receive guests and was part of the ritual worship of ancestors and gods”. The herb is very bitter and is generally combined with a sweetener.

Opioid withdrawal

In 1836, kratom was reported to have been used as an opium substitute in Malaysia. People used Kratom as an opium substitute in Thailand in the nineteenth century. As of 2016, they disapproved for this or any other medical use.

Data on how often it is used worldwide are lacking, as it is not detected by typical drug-screening tests. Rates of kratom use appear to be increasing among those who have been self-managing chronic pain with opioids purchased without a prescription and are cycling (but not quitting) their use. As of 2018, there have been no formal trials to study the efficacy or safety of kratom to treat opioid addiction.

Recreational use

Starting in the 2010s, a tea-based cocktail known as 4×100 has become popular among some young people across Southeast Asia and especially in Thailand. It is a mix of kratom leaves, cough syrup, Voca-cola, and ice; as of 2011, people viewed those who consumed this more negatively than users of traditional kratom, but not as negatively as users of heroin. As of 2012, use of the cocktail was a severe problem among youth in three provinces along the border with Malaysia.

In the US, as of 2015, kratom was available in head shops and over the Internet; the prevalence of its use was unknown as of that time.


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