Legal highs are drugs used legally for spiritual and recreational purposes. The United Kingdom is one of the many countries where many legal highs are sold despite the fact that many of them have already been banned.
One type of legal high is Kratom, a powerful stimulant derived from the South East Asian Mitragyna Speciosa plant. It is native to Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and India. Kratom is taken to significantly lower depression states, anxiety and pain, and to produce feelings of euphoria and relaxation. Other effects of Kratom include treating opiate addiction and increasing a man’s sex drive even by 50%!
This addictive legal high occurs in various forms that include resin, powder, leaves and capsules. The most popular form though is the resin. The strongest is the Kratom Resin Pies that are grown and produced in Bali, Indonesia. Other types of Kratom resins include the 15x extract that has powerful alkaloids and the more potent and longer-lasting original Thailand Kratom strain. The recommended dose for all types of Kratom resins is a minimum of 1.5 grams.
Traditionally, Thai labourers would chew the leaves regularly, and this is practiced even now. Nowadays however, we have Kratom resins for smoking and Kratom extracts are boiled as tea. Kratom leaf, which is the useful part of the plant, are dark green, thick and glossy and these leaves are shed throughout the year, which means that if your decide to grow your own Kratom plant it will be possible for you to harvest regularly all year round.