Sunday, June 23, 2013

Kratom Association: All About Kratom

This is our all new "BEGINNERS GUIDE TO KRATOM: The Mitragyna Speciosa FAQ" - everything you need to know about kratom. ;-)

In this video we will discuss the following:

1. What is kratom?
2. History & Where it comes from
3. What is it used for?
4. How do you tell it apart?
5. Different region/vein colors/leaf types
6. How do you take it?
7. Common misconceptions
8. Foods to avoid/take
9. SSS/changing varieties
10. Receptors/enzymes
11, Extracts
12. Dependency
13. What if I took too much kratom?
14. Gel Caps
15. Different ways of making the tea
16. Kratom is SAFE and EFFECTIVE & Much more


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