White Maeng Da Kratom | Powder | Mitragyna speciosa | Shipped from USA
Our White Maeng Da Kratom is a strain of Mitragyna speciosa from Indonesia. It’s a popular strain that is traditionally known to provide focused attention. It is traditionally known as a strain that gives energy and enhances mood. The leaves are simply dried before they are being ground up into a fine powder.
We only ship our Kratom to states where it is legal. See the tab ‘shipping restrictions’ for more information.
Also see our other Kratom that is shipped from the USA: Green Maeng Da Kratom & Red Indo Kratom.
In Indonesia, locals consume the kratom as a whole, fresh leaves. They pick the large leaves from the tree and chew on it for a period of time in order to get energized focus, improved mood, and more self-confidence. Leaves are fermented to change the chemical composition, color, and character of the plant.
Traditionally, it is known that kratom can have analgesic effects when ingesting a larger amount of leaf. It is said that it can help people who have a hard time getting into a relaxed state before bed.
Mitragyna speciosa originally grows in the rainforest of Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The species thrives in high temperatures and humidity. This tropical tree or shrub often grows to a height of only 3 to 4 meters, although it will sometimes grow as tall as 12 to 16 meters. The soil must be moist and humus-rich for it to grow well. Kratom cultivation is possible as long as the conditions are right. It is therefore difficult to grow kratom in temperate or drier climates.
The major active compounds present in Kratom are mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine (7-HMG). Much research is being done into the energizing and pain-relieving effects of this plant. It is often said that in high doses subjects of research report opioid-like activity. Also, the potential for physical and mental dependency is currently being studied.
All about White Maeng Da Kratom- Kratom.org
The Potential for Kratom as an Antidepressant and Antipsychotic.
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Rätsch, Christian. “The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants”.