1 Ounce Red Borneo No. 2 Kratom Powder (Mitragyna speciosa)

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Red Borneo Number 2 Kratom gets its unique name from the fact that we have several farmers who grow this variety. They cultivate and harvest their product slightly different. They both come from the same region, but have slightly different textures. Number two has the signature reddish hint to it, but with a slightly less intense kind of darkness to the color (a hint of green/yellow). It's a very uplifting strain of Mitragyna speciosa, and has been one of Star's personal favorites for quite some time. These genetics are believed to have higher concentrations of the phytochemical constituents believed to interact with the adrenal system, which is the same part of your receptor sites that picks up on Caffeine and other stimulants.

Kratom is a tree in the Coffee family. Claude rifat and other phytochemist have studied its pharmacological potential for some time now. According to the Netflix documentary "Leaf Of Faith" and consumer testimony, many people find it to be an alternative to prescription opioids. This has upset the FDA and drug companies, leading to a war on Kratom. Activist, including some law enforcement, scientist, patients, and other advocates have successfully fought them for some time now.

We need you to voice your opinion to the American Kratom Association, and tell them that while we are not opposed to lab test on Kratom to ensure clean and safe product is the only available on the market, we would like to not limit the potency of the herb, and not harm small entrapaneurs with jail time over petty infractions with new regulations. After all, the reason people drink Coffee is for the caffeine. The reason people consume Cannabis is for the THC and other constituents, and the reason people consume Mitragyna speciosa is the same. Please don't let them limit the potency of Kratom, as it will really hurt the industry, and greatly effect the consumer.


Hassan, Z., Muzaimi, M., Navaratnam, V., Yusoff, N. H., Suhaimi, F. W., Vadivelu, R., ... & Jayabalan, N. (2013). From Kratom to mitragynine and its derivatives: physiological and behavioural effects related to use, abuse, and addiction. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 37(2), 138-151.

Not evlauted or approved by the FDA. Consult your healthcare provider before use. Not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure, any ailments, conditions, dieases, etc. Please do not blindly combine Kratom with pills, or illicit drugs. Always research interactions, etc. One should not combine Kratom with heavy alcohol consumption. Sold as collectors items.


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