Mitragyna Parvifolia (Crushed)

Mitragyna Parvifolia (Crushed)

Mitragyna Parvifolia (Crushed)

Mitragyna parvifolia, also known by the casual name “kadamb,” is indigenous to northern India. It can grow up to 75 feet tall, and its bark, leaves, and fruits are a focus of various research. The deciduous leaves are loaded with naturally-occurring alkaloids like dihydrocorynantheine, isorhynchophylline, hirsutine, and rhynchophylline.

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What Is Mitragyna

Mitragyna is a genus of tall tropical trees native to Asia and Africa. Members of this genus contain antimalarial and analgesic indole alkaloids and have shown tremendous research potential. Of the 10 known species of Mitragyna, we are focused on research and supplying access to Mitragyna speciosa, Mitragyna parvifolia, Mitragyna stipulosa, Mitragyna javanica, and Mitragyna hirsuta. Mitragyna speciosa is the species commonly known as kratom. Mitragyna stipulosa, along with a few other African Mitragyna species are also listed as members of the Fleroya genus, but molecular and morphological data support the inclusion in Mitragyna. We are focused on being a leader in both research and supply of all Mitragyna species.

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100% Vegan

Non-GMO

Ethically Sourced

Lab Tested

No Artificials