Kratom: a typical way of consumption and purity

There are still things in the world that people sometimes don't know exist. Among these things that are not really visible to the general public is kratom, a plant that falls under the category of narcotics. The question here is how this plant is consumed and also whether it has a typical purity.

What is the mode of consumption of Kratom

Kratom is a plant that is mainly grown in Thailand. Click on this link for more information: Indeed, the kratom still called the mytragina is a plant very consumed and well produced by the Thai people. In the Thai tradition, the leaves of the fresh or dried kratom are most often marketed or prepared in infusion such as tea. For infusion, they usually add lemon juice in addition to sugar or honey to bring out the alkid in the plant and to dissipate the bitter taste of the leaf. Sometimes the dried leaves of Kratom are smoked and it is partly because of this that some people see this plant as a drug (which it is by the way), but it is actually its chemical components and its effects on humans that make it a drug.

What can we say about the typical purity of kratom?

In reality, the chemical compositions of kratom (mitragyne at a rate of 66% and 7-hydroxymitragyne at 5%) are what gives shadows of doubt in the hearts of men regarding the typical purity of kratom. To this day, the products of kratom are not specific, as they depend on the variety, the particularity, the age, the environment and the time of harvesting. Thus, it is understandable that the typical purity of kratom cannot yet be defined, as several unusual aspects come into play.