7-hydroxymitragynine kratom extract in wholesale

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    General information (This information does not constitute application and
    Recommendations for use.)
     
    The kratom tree (Mitragyna speciosa), also called the red sentol tree, is a species of the
    Genus Mitragyna in the Rubiaceae family. She is from Malesia.

    The harvested leaves are fresh or dried both as an intoxicant and in the
    Pharmacy used as a medicinal drug; the leaves become Kratom, Biak, Gra-tom, Biak-Biak, Katawn,
    Called Krton, Mabog or Mambog. The main alkaloids of the leaves are the psychoactive substances
    Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, which have only been detected in this species; Main alkaloid of
    Fruit is the 7-hydroxy speciociliatin.

    description
    The kratom tree grows as a tree and reaches heights of 10 to 25 meters. The opposite
    arranged leaves are divided into petiole and leaf blade. The petioles exhibit a
    Length from 2 to 4 cm. The green, simple leaf blade is 8.5 to 14 cm in length and
    a width of 5 to 10 cm elliptical.

    The 3 to 5 cm long flowers stand together in spherical inflorescences. The fruits are with one
    Length from 5 to 7 mm oblong-ovate.

    Occurrence
    The kratom tree can be found in Thailand and from the northern Malay Peninsula to Borneo and
    New Guinea. It grows in lowland forests and in swampy areas. Most of it for the commercial
    Sale of used kratom is grown in Indonesia as it is legal there, unlike Thailand.

    Ingredients and effects
    There are three types of kratom: with white, red and green leaf veins. The different
    Varieties have a different composition in terms of the alkaloids they contain. While
    Varieties with white leaf veins are supposed to have an activating effect, so will the varieties with red leaf veins
    said to have a more sedating effect. Basically, it can be said that low doses are more likely
    activating and euphoric and higher doses have a sedative effect. As it is expected in nature
    but there are many different varieties and the content of alkaloids also varies
    Depending on location factors and climatic influences, this is only to be viewed as a rough classification.
    Studies in this regard do not yet exist.

    The green leaves of the kratom tree are chewed, dried leaves are smoked or drunk as tea.

    With fresh leaves, the leaf veins are removed before consumption. The effect is said to be at a low dosage
    stimulating, at high dosage it can be dampening. The mitragynine content depends on the place of cultivation and the
    Season.

    The active ingredient 7-hydroxymitragynine, which is contained in kratom, acts as an agonist on the µ-opioid receptor and has
    a strong analgesic effect. The reduction in the perception of pain has been confirmed in animal experiments
    with the result that the antinociceptive effect of the alkaloid 7-hydroxymitragynine was thirteen-fold
    was stronger than morphine. In addition, tests with rats confirmed that kratom had a positive effect on diarrhea
    Has an effect on the gastrointestinal tract.

    With chronic use of kratom, loss of appetite, weight loss, and hyperpigmentation can occur. It
    Other side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and tremors have also been reported.

    The pure alkaloid mitragynine increases the excitability of the cranio-sacral and sympathetic parts
    of the autonomic nervous system, also to increase the excitability of the medulla oblongata and the motor
    Centers of the CNS.

    Pharmaceutical history
    As early as the 19th century, kratom was used as an opiate substitute (Malaysia) and was used to cure both
    Opiate addiction as well as diarrhea (Thailand). Workers and farmers consumed the leaves or their extracts,
    to do heavy work under the scorching heat of the sun. Kratom was first found in 1897
    Mentioned as a remedy for opiate addiction. In addition to being used as a remedy for the withdrawal symptoms that result from
    Kratom found application as a wound dressing and as a remedy for fever. The phytochemical
    Research into kratom began in 1920.

    Legal position
    In Germany, kratom is not listed in the Narcotics Act, but for a long time it was controversial whether it was under
    the Medicines Act falls. However, according to a ruling by the Cologne Higher Regional Court on September 11, 2015, it is kratom
    not a drug, therefore trade, possession and consumption are generally permitted under the current legal situation.

    dosage
    With an extract of 100: 1, 50-150mg are indicated.

    Best before (best before date): 2 years

    Extract from Wikipedia on extracts:

    Drugs or medicinal drugs in the strict and pharmaceutical sense are parts of plants, fungi,
    Animals or microorganisms used in the manufacture of medicines. you will be
    usually preserved by drying. Also certain biological substrates without cellular ones
    Structure such as waxes and resins and other deposition products are classed as drugs.
    Today, pharmaceutical drugs are largely herbal in nature.

    Drug extracts (also known as medicinal extracts or drug extracts) are used in pharmacy
    Preparations obtained from pharmaceutical drugs by extraction. The term will
    used regardless of the concentration of a substance contained therein. Drug extracts can
    either used directly as a medicinal product or further processed into such.

    According to the definition of the European Pharmacopoeia, extracts are "preparations of liquid,
    semi-solid or solid consistency, obtained from usually dried herbal drugs or
    animal materials are made ”.


    Drug-extract ratio

    The drug-extract ratio (DEV), more precisely the "native" drug-extract ratio (DEVnativ),
    is declared for drug extracts. It indicates the starting amount of drug for the preparation
    a certain amount of the extract was used. For a dry extract with a DEV of
    E.g. 10: 1 this means that 1 part of dry extract was obtained from 10 parts of the drug
    for the preparation of 10 g dry extract 100 g drug used. This number can be used in the
    Dosage of the herbal medicinal product always converted to the amount of drug used
    become. This also enables the quality of different dry extracts of a drug to be compared
    and conclusions can be drawn about the enrichment of the ingredients. Dry extracts
    have a DEV of 5 to about 100: 1 depending on the part of the plant used

    Our supplier deals exclusively with plant extracts, and supplies raw materials for
    the pharmaceutical industry! therefore all products / extracts are of pharmaceutical quality.

    We sell this product as incense
    Extracts are highly hygroscopic / attracts moisture. Therefore always airtight
    closed and cool storage.
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