Nowadays drugs have become a menace in the society. Youngsters are falling in the trap of drug addiction. Drug abuse has claimed thousands of lives and the count is still going up. For treatment of drug addicts, Kratom, a herbal drug used in Southeast Asia is advised.

Kratom is an evergreen tree found in Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Mitragyna speciosa is the botanical name for Kratom. The leaves of Kratom can act as stimulant and sedative and relieve from chronic pain. Aside for usage as energy booster and pain reliever, kratom can be used to aid for opiate withdrawal effects.

In Southeast Asia, kratom has been used for increasing energy and stamina by the Malaysian and Thai natives and workers. In the USA, it is being used as to cure muscle pain, diarrhea and as a treatment for opium addiction and withdrawal effects. At low dosage, it acts as stimulant and energy booster. At higher doses, it may act as sedative and CNS depressants.

Kratom is of many types like Green Malay Kratom, Maeng Da Kratom, Red Thai Kratom, White Vein Borneo, Primo Indo and White Indo Kratom. It is available at many online stores as powder, extract and capsules. Sites like WeKratom can provide you with all the necessary information about the Kratom.

Different kratom types have different properties. Red Bali Kratom can be used as pain reliever, Maeng Da Kratom can be used as stimulants. Similarly, Green Malay Kratom is used as mood enhancer. Leaves of the Green Malay Kratom acts as an antioxidant. It is popularly known for increasing immunity. Green Malay Kratom is used as supplement for cancer patients. It is used to increase concentration, energy and relieving stress.

All the Kratom types are beneficial in one way or another, but Green Malay Kratom stands above the rest because of its effectiveness and sustainability. It provides both energy boosting with the numbing effects of other strains. Aside from this it also provide strong pain relieving effects.

By Skyler West

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