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Q. What is Kratom?

A. Kratom, also known as Mitragyna Speciosa, is a tree that’s leaves have most commonly been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. Originating in Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand and Malaysia, Kratom provides euphoric and stimulating effects. It evolved into a powder that produces opiate like effects; these effects have made Kratom a popular aid in helping kick an opiate addiction.

Q. Where does Kratom originate?

A. Kratom originates from Southeast Asia, in countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Q. Is Kratom legal?

A. Kratom has been banned in a few states in the USA, but remains mostly legal in almost all of Europe, America and Canada.  Currently, kratom is illegal in the US States: WI, IN, TN & VT.

 

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