Here you can find frequently asked questions about kratom and kratom powder. If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for, please contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Kratom is a powder derived from the leaves of a Southeast Asian tree called Mitragyna Speciosa. It has been used for centuries. The leaves are picked at their desired maturity and then dried, ground into powder, and packaged. It is 100% natural.
Kratom is still legal on the federal level. The option to legalize/ban kratom is up to each individual state. Check our list to find out the legality of kratom in your state.
Kratom is used for a variety of holistic reasons. All of our kratom for sale have product descriptions so customers can find the best kratom strain for them.
You might first hear about kratom and ask, is kratom bad for you? Is kratom safe? Is kratom addictive? Kratom, like everything, should be used in moderation. If used responsibly, kratom can be extremely beneficial in a variety of ways. It is certainly more safe than some of the pharmaceutical alternatives on the market that are used to help with the same issues. On the other hand, it could be abused and become addictive if someone takes a lot for months on end. However, most people do not experience these issues.
No, kratom is not an opiate.
Kratom, like most things, can become addictive if you become dependent on it or overuse it. However, if used responsibly, becoming addicted to kratom is very unlikely. Kratom is the in tea and coffee family, so its addictive traits are similar to that of coffee. Many people can’t start their day until they have a cup of coffee because they’ve been doing that for years or even decades. White kratom strains are often used as a substitute for coffee.
It is recommended that you do not use kratom every day of the week because your body could begin to build a tolerance to it, and you will have to use more the get the same effects.