For a long time, the great properties of Kratom Kapuas "Hulu" were only known and reserved for the locals.
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The kratom tree is found in Thailand and from the northern Malay Peninsula to Borneo and New Guinea. It grows in lowland forests and in boggy areas. Most of the kratom used for commercial sale is grown in Indonesia and recently again in Thailand.
Since August 24, 2021 in Thailand again legal, which had already been legal in primeval times!
The great features of the Kratom Kapua “Hulu” were for a long time only known and reserved to the locals.
It has pain-relieving, anxiety-relieving and mood-balancing effects. Despite all this, it has the euphoric quality of the green vein.
Kapua’s “Hulu” Kratom is one of the most popular varieties!
It has a pain-relieving, anxiety-relieving and mood-balancing effect. In all this, the energy is not too short and it has the typical euphoric properties of the Green Vein.
Botanicals Kratom Kapuas Green Vein is, as already mentioned, one of the most popular kratom varieties worldwide. One of the best cratom varieties grows mainly in Thailand. In the EU, Kratom is controversial, but it is 100% legal. The laws make it possible to buy Botanicals Kratom Kapuas Green Vein directly from Thailand. In Thailand it was banned until 24 August 2021, i. e. completely illegal. Since August 24, 2021, Kratom can be grown and sold in Thailand. We only ship fresh Botanicals Kratom Kapuas Green Vein, from our own farm! We offer a lot of kratom varieties. We have the most important kratom seeds from many countries in Asia. Our subtropical climate allows Kratom to run wild in its nature. All natural active ingredients develop naturally in the crate plant. Amazingly different properties of action, give this miracle herb Kratom a very restful sleep (depending on the preparation) or you get top fit (again depending on the preparation), so a real miracle herb!
The kratom tree grows as a semi-evergreen tree and reaches heights of 10 to 25 meters. The bark is grey-brown and thick as well as slightly creamy when old.
The contrasting, slightly leathery to papery leaves are divided into leaf stalks and leaf spreads. The leaf stalks are 2 to 5 centimetres long. The green, simple, pointed to pointed and full-edged, almost bare leaf-spread is egg-shaped to elliptical or inverted-ovoid with a length of 8. 5 to 14 centimetres and a width of 5 to 10 centimetres. The leaf base is truncated to pointed or slightly heart-shaped. The nerve is pinnate with arched lateral veins and is imprinted on the upper side and raised below. There are larger side leaves. Mitragyna speciosa is a species of flowering plant in the genus Mitragyna in the Rubiaceae family. She’s from Malaysia.
Mitragynin is the main component in mature leaves, accounting for up to 66% of total alkaloids. The indole alkaloid interacts mainly with the μ- and δ-opioid receptors, but shows little receptor affinity. No addictive mechanisms of action have been proven so far, and mitragynin apparently does not interfere with the reward system of the body.
The active substance 7-hydroxymitragynin, which accounts for about 2% in the alkaloid extract, acts as an agonist at the μ-opioid receptor and has a strong analgesic effect. The reduction in pain perception was confirmed in animal studies with the result that the antinoceptive effect of the alkaloid 7-hydroxymitragynine was thirteen times stronger than morphine. The pure alkaloid mitragynine increases the excitability of the craniosacral (cranial-crossbone) and sympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system, as well as the excitability of the medulla oblongata and the motor centres of the CNS. In addition, kratom has been shown to have a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract in the case of diarrhoea.
Chronic use of Kratom may result in loss of appetite, weight loss and hyperpigmentation. Typical physical withdrawal syndromes are muscle spasms, pain, difficulty sleeping, watery eyes and nose, heat attacks, fever, decreased appetite and diarrhea. Typical mental withdrawal syndromes are restlessness, tension, anger, grief and nervousness. There is at least one known case of intrahepatic cholestasis after several weeks of administration of kratome. Other side effects such as nausea, vomiting and tremor are also reported.
There are three varieties of kratom: with white, red and green leaf veins. The different varieties have a different composition in terms of the alkaloids they contain. The content of mitragynin depends on the place of cultivation and the season. Whereas varieties with white leaf veins should have a more activating effect, varieties with red leaf veins are said to have a more sedative effect. In general, it can be said that low doses are more activating and euphoric and higher doses are more sedative. As expected, however, there are many different varieties in nature and the content of alkaloids also depends on various locational factors and climatic influences, this is only a rough classification. No studies have yet been carried out on this subject.
Already the original inhabitants of the Malay region used Kratom as a remedy and pleasure. The name Kratom probably derives from the term Kadamb, which is used in the Indian subcontinent as a designation for Mitragyna parvifolia and is also considered a sacred plant. Especially the Malay and Muslim minorities in the Thai provinces of Narathiwat, Yala and Pattani use kratom as a traditional delicacy.
Traditionally, the fresh kratom leaves are chewed in tea houses and cafés. Consumption is usually embedded in a social setting that is not unlike a coffee wreath.
The preparation as an infusion has also been handed down. Traditionally, the tea-like drink is prepared with fresh leaves, the use of fruit juices or sweeteners varies regionally and seems to have mainly culinary reasons. It was not until the 20th century that the use of dried plant material became common. The effect of the bitter drink is described in the literature as stimulating.
The use of a smokable extract is described in the historical literature, but seems to be no longer common today. The effect of smoked plant material is disputed, probably a more subtle effect can be achieved.
SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA – CRATOM TREE – also known as “Red Santol Tree"