THE KRATOM BIBLE

Health Benefits of Kratom Leaves

Health Benefits of Kratom Leaves

Kratom is a tropical tree native to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Kratom leaves have been used for medicinal purposes owing to the nutrients found in them.

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Get creative! Famous Kratom recipes

Get creative! Famous Kratom recipes

Some people really appreciate the earthy taste of kratom powder tossed in plain water. However, not everybody can manage its special taste and need some advice to not only mask the powders taste but to make the powder even more potent. Get creative with those kratom recipes and enhance the powders potency at the same time!

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Kratom and Marijuana: What’s the Catch?

Kratom and Marijuana: What’s the Catch?

Let’s set something straight here!

With drugs such as marijuana and kratom among others, we have a multitude of herbal supplements that help us treat body pain. However, they are all not a one-size-fit-all. Each type of herbal supplement has a different function.

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5 Common Misconceptions about Kratom

5 Common Misconceptions about Kratom

Perhaps one of the most popular herbal supplements, kratom has had its fair share of controversies alongside it. And with that, some misconceptions that have spread like wildfire throughout the community.

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What is Kratom?

What is Kratom?

ABOUT KRATOM Origin The correct botanical name of the Kratom tree which is known as ‘Biak-Biak’, ‘ithang’ or ‘mambog’ amongst natives from Southeast Asia, is Mitragyna speciosa (Rubiaceae). This psychoactive plant is grown in the region of Indochina and can be divided into three different strains: Red-vein, Green-vein and White-vein.[1] History All strains are told to have strong beneficial effects on mind and body. Therefore, the plant was traditionally used as an herbal medicine against pain, depression and anxiety.[2] Agricultural workers who did hard physical labour needed it to increase stamina and endurance in Thailand and Malaysia. Up to 30...

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