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    Mitragyna Hirsuta - 50 gram

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    Mitragyna Hirsuta or in Thai Kra Thum originates from Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.... Show more
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    The name Kra Thum derives from Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) because they come from the same family. In terms of effects, the Mitragyna Hirsuta is milder and more subtle than Kratom. That is why it is often used as an alternative to Kratom and because of its milder effects it is perfect for novice Kratom users.

    Mitragyna Hirsuta makes a natural herbal tea with subtle, slightly relaxing and calming effects. The herb contains fewer alkaloids, so it can be seen as the little brother of Kratom. The natural herbal tea is ideal if you want to enjoy a light sedation with an anxiety-relieving effect. The taste is often characterized as bitter, so add a spoonful of honey for a pleasant experience.


    • Slightly relaxing
    • Subtle increase in positive mood
    • Anxiety Relieving


    Mitragyna Hirsuta


    An average dose of Mitragyna Hirsuta is 20 grams. Use 20 grams for a cup of tea and let it steep for 30 minutes. Strain the water and drink the tea slowly over a period of about 20 minutes. The first time we recommend a dosage of 15 grams. Experienced users of this herb can use 25 grams per tea cup.

    Storage Advice

    Keep this product in a dark and cool place such as a kitchen cupboard and out of the reach of children.


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