What is Kratom?
Kratom, (Mitragyna Speciosa), is an evergreen tree indigenous to Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The leaves of the kratom tree contain the many alkaloids that are used and studied by botanists and medical researchers for its highly-effective properties. Kratom strains are separated by vein color of the leaves: red, green, and white. The most common applications for kratom are for known throughout the world, what a relief it is to have kratom.
Kratom has been used as an all-natural alternative in tribes from Southeast Asia for more than a thousand years. Unlike similar synthetic products, kratom has shown no bad effects when used in a daily routine. Kratom is utilized for a spectrum of purposes.
Note: The information provided has not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) is sold strictly for botanical research. Not sold in any states that have banned Kratom, check your legal status here: www.americankratom.org/aka-in-your-state