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White Vein Banjar Kratom(Mitragyna speciosa)
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Strain: White Banjar

Native Habitat: Banjar, West Java, Indonesia

Nicknames: Korth[1]; Havil[1]

Strain specific properties: Relaxing(for kratom...) [It's still a stimulant though]

Phytochemicals Mitragynine[1]; ECGC(Epigallocatechin Gallate)[1]; According to one source alone, 57 phytochemicals have been identified and studied in this species.[1] ECGC is also found in Cacao, and Green Tea. I wrote a whole separate blog on how ECGC inhibits cavities It's believed that the earliest this plant was studied in a science lab to discover its active Mitragynine phytochemical was in the year 1907. Field in 1921, Hooper in 1907, and Shellard in 1974 were the first dates and scientist to identify Mitragynine in kratom.[1] It contains the more common metabolites such as: flavonoids, polyphenolic compounds, triterpenoids, triterpenoid saponins, monoterpenes, alkaloids, and more.[1][2] More pharmacological components of Kratom include: ajmalicine, corynantheidine, isomitraphylline, mitraphylline, paynantheine, isocorynantheidine, 7-hydroxymitragynine and and mitragynine[4]. Other phytochemicals that were free-based from this drug include: flavonoid epicatechin, a saponin daucosterol, the triterpenoid saponins quinovic acid 3-O-β-D-quinovopyranoside, quinovic acid 3-O-β-D-glucopyranoside, as well as several glycoside derivatives including 1-O-feruloyl-β-D-glucopyranoside, benzyl-β-D-glucopyranoside, 3-oxo-α-ionyl-O-β-D-glucopyranoside, roseoside, vogeloside, and epivogeloside.[4] Indole alkaloids are the most common compounds that have been isolated from Kratom[4] Another academic source that I cite list the following additional phytochemicals: speciociliatine, speciogynine, mitraciliatine, paynantheine, isopaynantheine, speciociliatine n-oxide, (10) mitragynine n-oxide, tetrahydroalstonine, corynoxine, mitragynine oxindole B, isorynchophylline, isospeciofoline, speciofoline, mitraphylline, and mitragynine pseudoindoxyl[5].

Uses/Properties: Even academic sources confirm that Kratom has a history of use for treating addiction, successfully, and pain.[1] You should space each Kratom dose out by 6 hours to avoid developing a tolerance and habit. It's also used for: pain, topically, for fever, skin infections, and as a mild anxiolytic[1] I have had no teeth problems sense using it. This is due to the ECGC anti-oxidants that it contains, which inhibit cavities. It has the following properties: Anti-bacterial[3], anti-oxidant[1][2][3][4];

Has Kratom Been Scientifically Studied? Yes. One academic source alone states, "There is a wealth of evidence from self-report, preclinical, and early clinical studies on therapeutic benefits of its alkaloids in particular for treating pain, managing substance use disorder, and coping with emotional or mental health conditions"[5] In fact, the kratom plant is like a little pharmaceutical company. It produces complex drugs(as in many, more than one), using sunlight and organic resources. Each phytochemical has its own set of pharmacological properties. The plant alone could easily replace many pharmaceutical drugs on the market today, which is why they're pushing back against it. Remember drug companies already have a pill that's made from Kratom, and hold a patent on that drug. Another scholarly source confirms its medicinal legitimacy: "The effects of kratom alkaloids on central nervous system (CNS) receptors have been extensively studied in vitro and in vivo assays. In vitro radioligand binding studies revealed that kratom alkaloids interact with opioid μ, δ, κ subtypes, and non-opioid receptors including alpha-1A, alpha-2A, 5-HT1A, 5-HT2A, D1, and D2 (Takayama et al., 2002; Boyer et al., 2008; Kruegel et al., 2016; Ellis et al., 2020; Obeng et al., 2020; Chear et al., 2021; Obeng et al., 2021). In vivo studies demonstrated that kratom alkaloids exert central analgesic, anti-anxiety, anti-drug addiction, and antipsychotic effects primarily through activation of central opioidergic, adrenergic, serotoninergic, and dopaminergic neurotransmission systems (Matsumoto et al., 1996a; Matsumoto et al., 1996b; Matsumoto et al., 1997; Takayama et al., 2002; Hazim et al., 2014; Vijeepallam et al., 2016; Foss et al., 2020; Obeng et al., 2020; Chear et al., 2021; Obeng et al., 2021)."[5]

Ajmalicine: This phytochemical is most commonly known for being found in Serpentine Wood(Rauvofolia serpentina) It's also found in Kratom apparently. "Ajmalicine is a monoterpenoid indole alkaloid with formula C21H24N2O3, isolated from several Rauvolfia and Catharanthus species. It is a selective alpha1-adrenoceptor antagonist used for the treatment of high blood pressure."[6] This credible scholarly soure also goes on to state that the chemical has: anti-hypertensive properties, alpha-adrenergic antagonist properties, and is a vasodialator(widens blood vessels, opens them up)[6]

Corynantheidine This page is still under construction, so when you check back later these other phytochemcials will have all their data filled in. I am making this site very professional, and aiming to make it the best research blog out there.

Isomitraphylline This phytochemical also exist in Cats Claw(Uncaria perrottetii). "Pharmacological investigations revealed anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, cyto-toxicity, immune-stimulant, hypotensive, mutagenicity, and anti-bacterial properties (Heitzman et al. 2005). The potent in vivo inhibitory activity of the extracts of U. rhynchophylla against AD and Parkinson’s disease were previously reported (Shim et al. 2009; Xian et al. 2011)."[7] The study also discusses how Isomitraphylline is neuro-protective ( that means it protects the brain )[7]. This particular phytochemical has also been studied for its effects against cancer.[9] As usual, it has demonstrated remarkable abilities in terms of fighting cancerous cells while protecting healthy ones[9].

Mitraphylline This particular chemical also exist in Cats Claw herb(U. tomentosa). It exist in much higher amounts in Kratom than in Cats Claw herb however. It's perfectly common to find the same chemical components across different plants, especially if the plants in question are in the same family. It has Antiproliferative effects.[10] A study that I cite on this constituent, dives deep into the anti-tumoral effects of the pentacyclic alkaloid known as "mitraphylline". As usual, the results that turned up can be described as miraculous. The study goes on to state: "This action suggests that mitraphylline is a new and promising agent in the treatment of human neuroblastoma and glioma."[10] Neuroblastoma is a type of cancer, while glioma is a type of tumor.




Mitragynine: Sadly, there are already pharmaceutical companies making pure Mitragynine. Mitragynine is the active chemical in the Kratom herb. A Mitragynine free-base or isolate could be dangerous in my opinion, and addictive. It's no longer safe to buy Kratom from within the United States. Only get it from Indonesia or Thailand where it's safe. The farmers there do NOT cut their product, however sellers in the USA are cutting their product. Freemasons and other supremacy cults stand to gain from this, because they want regulations that allow their privlage to sell, and oppress the rest of the American entrepaneurs so that they can not sell it. They're stealing the industry, and anyone who buys domestically is helping them get away with it. Only buy from Asia. Mitragynine is like the crack of Kratom.

Supplier: Adazar Kratom Indonesia: Facebook, Whatsapp

Warnings: Kratom is a stimulant. People with heart problems that are told by their doctors to avoid caffeine and stimulants, should avoid Kratom use, even if the strain is said to be "Relaxing". It's still a stimulant, even if a more relaxing strain is selected. If you use a pace-maker(a device that assist your heart in beating), then do NOT use kratom. Kratom should be used delicately. DO NOT COMBINE KRATOM WITH SSRI DRUGS! MAOI's COMBINED WITH IT MAY BE DANGEROUS ALSO! Do not take Kratom if you're pregnant, just in case. I would avoid taking it in combination with any pharmaceuticals. Definately ask your doctor if you're on any medication before taking Kratom. Know the difference between freebased mitragynine(the crack of kratom), vs actual kratom(a powdered leaf) Real kratom is safe, but adulterated isn't. Socialist are adulterating product by spiking it with pure Mitragynine and or other poisons ( possibly proplyene glycol ) so you they can have a b.s. excuse to push for more regulations, so as to weed out the American entrepaneur. They do this because they're supremacist losers who can't beat us legitimately. They want to make us all their financial slaves. I'm here to support real entrepaneurs who are not fortune 500 cheaters, and to serve the Lord. If any product of any kind induces brain fog, it is from being laced with proplyene glycol, an FDA approved neurotoxin being put in hemp gummies and tinctures, as well as vapes..

Dosage: In my experience, 4 grams is the max dosage that anyone should ever take, with rare exceptions. Larger dosages of Kratom cause sedation, and you should not drive, or operate heavy machinery after consuming a large dosage of kratom. Smaller dosages are stimulating. 6 hours between each dosage should be taken. 2-3 dosages a day is the max anyone should ever take, with rare exceptions. This dosage strategy will prevent rapid tolerance, if the user goes without for a few additional house immediately upon noticing the slightest tolerance build. Disclaimer: This is my opinion and is not to be taken as medical advise. Consult your healthcare provider before use. Kratom is advertised here and sold by the Indonesians as a souvanier. Not for human consumption.

Review: This review is on a specific strain from a specific supplier. The strain I am reviewing today is: White Banjar, and it is from Adazar Kratom Indonesia. I link to him above, and at the bottom of this review in a graphical ad. I want to point out that the same vein color and strain from two different suppliers can result in a totally different product with totally different effects. Each brick of kratom has a personality. As far as the review goes, I give the product a full 5 stars on the potency. The color and aroma really stand out, and indicate to me right away whether the product is worth while or not. In this case, the color is right on (5 stars), and the smell is there as well (5 stars). The texture is also an indicator to how potent the product is, and should be sorta clay-like. This means the powder should not be sandy in nature, but should behave more like wet or moist clay does, being in how it clumps together. Inferior product will have less color, will be less clay-like in its texture, and a smell of old boxes, or a warehouse. It's very common for old kratom to have sat in a warehouse for many years. You always want to buy only from Indonesia to avoid this. Buying within the USA will only result in the purchase of stolen kratom, or something even laced possibly. Bad actors are putting pure Mitragynine in their product in the USA. I promote Indonesian sellers because they do it right, and provide pure, quality product. You can trust them and get safe product this way, at afffordable fair prices too. Most importantly: The effects!: This strain produces some of the most relaxing and body soothing effects from a speciosa strain that I have ever tried. It is a unique variety with a fantastic vibe.

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Related blogs: Kratom is good for your teeth thanks to ECGC. People who are interested in Kratom are probably also interested in legal THC alternatives, like PET found in Liverwort(Radula extract). Finally, here's a random fact for you: Did you know that THC kills cancer cells?

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Academic citations:

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[1] Brown, Paula N., Jensen A. Lund, and Susan J. Murch. "A botanical, phytochemical and ethnomedicinal review of the genus Mitragyna korth: Implications for products sold as kratom." Journal of Ethnopharmacology 202 (2017): 302-325.

[2] Yuniarti, R., Nadia, S., Alamanda, A., Zubir, M., Syahputra, R. A., & Nizam, M. (2020, February). Characterization, phytochemical screenings and antioxidant activity test of kratom leaf ethanol extract (Mitragyna speciosa Korth) using DPPH method. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1462, No. 1, p. 012026). IOP Publishing.

[3] Juanda, E., Andayani, S., & Maftuch, M. (2019). Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of kratom leaf (mitragyna speciosa korth.) against aeromonas hydrophilla. The Journal of Experimental Life Science, 9(3), 155-158.

[4] León, F., Habib, E., Adkins, J. E., Furr, E. B., McCurdy, C. R., & Cutler, S. J. (2009). Phytochemical characterization of the leaves of Mitragyna speciosa grown in USA. Natural Product Communications, 4(7), 1934578X0900400705.

[5] Hanapi, N. A., Chear, N. J. Y., Azizi, J., & Yusof, S. R. (2021). Kratom alkaloids: Interactions with enzymes, receptors, and cellular barriers. Frontiers in Pharmacology, 12, 751656.

[6] National Center for Biotechnology Information (2024). PubChem Compound Summary for CID 441975, Ajmalicine. Retrieved June 14, 2024 from https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/Ajmalicine.

[7] Tan MA, An SSA. Neuroprotective potential of the oxindole alkaloids isomitraphylline and mitraphylline in human neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y cells. 3 Biotech. 2020 Dec;10(12):517. doi: 10.1007/s13205-020-02535-4. Epub 2020 Nov 9. PMID: 33194521; PMCID: PMC7652979.

[9] Rao S, Chinkwo KA, Santhakumar AB, Blanchard CL. Inhibitory Effects of Pulse Bioactive Compounds on Cancer Development Pathways. Diseases. 2018 Aug 3;6(3):72. doi: 10.3390/diseases6030072. PMID: 30081504; PMCID: PMC6163461.

[10] García Prado E, García Gimenez MD, De la Puerta Vázquez R, Espartero Sánchez JL, Sáenz Rodríguez MT. Antiproliferative effects of mitraphylline, a pentacyclic oxindole alkaloid of Uncaria tomentosa on human glioma and neuroblastoma cell lines. Phytomedicine. 2007 Apr;14(4):280-4. doi: 10.1016/j.phymed.2006.12.023. Epub 2007 Feb 12. PMID: 17296291.

Encyclopedia References:

Mitragyna speciosa. (2018, August 25). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 14:57, August 28, 2018, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mitragyna_speciosa&oldid=622780405

Book sources:

K: everything you need to know to harness the power of this potent plant. (2015). United States: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Academic resources:

M.A.P.S. Ethnobotanical Psychedelic Studies

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