Mitragynine, what is it?

Mitragynine, what is it?

Mitragynine is a natural alkaloid compound found in the leaves of the Mitragyna speciosa tree, which is commonly known as kratom. Kratom is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia, and its leaves have been used for centuries for their stimulant and opioid-like effects when consumed in moderate to high doses. Mitragynine is one of the active compounds in kratom responsible for its psychoactive effects.

Mitragynine interacts with the body's opioid receptors, primarily the mu-opioid receptor.

The legal status and regulations surrounding kratom and mitragynine vary from one country to another, with some places banning or regulating its use and others allowing it to be sold as a dietary supplement.

It's important to note that the safety and efficacy of kratom and its constituents like mitragynine are still subjects of ongoing research, and there is some controversy and debate surrounding their use. If you are considering using kratom or mitragynine for any purpose, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional and be aware of the legal and regulatory status in your region.

 *The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not evaluated the graph in pictures or this product. Usage, dosage and effects are based on KRATOMart's limited research and customers reviews. KRATOMart's management and its employees do not claim in any way shape or form to be medical professionals providing medical advice. All information presented here is not a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners.
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