Kratom FAQS

Kratom FAQ’s

On this page we answer some of the more frequently asked questions that we are asked about kratom.

Kratom is the common name for the Mitragyna speciosa Korthals, a tree that originates in South-East Asia. In Thailand the leaves of this tree have been used for many centuries for their medicinal and psychoactive qualities, which are comparable to that of opiate-based drugs. Thai workers use the leaves as a stimulant that activates mind and body. It is also used to help people get rid of an opium addiction. In recent times the use of kratom as a recreational drug has also gained popularity in the West.

What are the effects of kratom?

The effects of kratom have been described as similar to opiate-based drugs, but milder. The effects are stimulant and euphoric with a small dose, becoming calming and narcotic at higher doses. The effects come on after 5 to 10 minutes and can last several hours.

What is the difference between different types of kratom?

There are several different types of kratom on the market: leaves, powder and extract. Dried leaves are the most common form of kratom. Kratom powder usually consists of powdered leaves and is a bit stronger.

The quality of the leaves is the most important factor in the potency of kratom. These are quite suitable for making your own extract. You will also find selected, high quality leaves or powder. These are usually more expensive, but you will need less.

How do I use kratom?

Kratom has been reported to be be chewed, smoked, made into a tea, or more commonly; crushed into a fine powder and taken straight. Some consumers fill gel capsules with the fine powder to take on a schedule and in a controlled dose fashion. Some enthusiasts prefer a pressed tablet to rule out the gel capsule itself. Everyone finds their own preferred method of consuming kratom. When consuming extract, take half of the amounts with extreme caution.

How much should I use?

The amount of kratom you need for a trip depends very much on the strength of the kratom used. For inexperienced users 5-10 grams of leaves should be enough, or half those amounts when using extract. More experienced users may wish to increase the dosage after a while.

Is kratom dangerous or addictive?

When used sensibly kratom is not dangerous or addictive. In Thailand there are some reported cases of kratom addiction, but these were people who used large amounts on a daily basis for an extended period. When used occasionally as a recreational drug, the health and addiction risks of kratom are very small. Nevertheless kratom, like any other drug, is not without risk altogether. Please commit to do your own thorough research on all the realistic benefits, as well as risks when consuming kratom.

Any any consumption of Kratom is entirely at the risk of the purchaser.

To common public knowledge, Kratom is completely legal in Europe and in the USAon a federal level. However some local authorities in America have set their own ordinances and guidelines when it comes to purchasing Kratom. (further discussed below)

Where can I order kratom?

Unfortunately we are unable to sell/ship Kratom to states of Rhode Island, Indiana, Vermont, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Alabama

It is unfortunate to say we are unable to sell/ship to Sarasota County in Florida, Entire City of San Diego in California, Union County in Missouri, Entire City of Denver in Colorado, or Jerseyville city in Illinois.

We are also unable to sell/ship extract forms of Kratom to the State of Tennessee .