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The leaves of the tree Mitragyna speciosa, which grows in Southeast Asia, contain psychoactive indole alkaloids and are extremely bitter. The active ingredients bind to opioid receptors, which is why kratom is classified as an opioid, even though it is not an opioid. Kratom is used as a stimulant and intoxicant, for opioid withdrawal, and as a stimulant. In some countries, especially in Southeast Asia, kratom is still legal or legal again.



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