Mitragyna Hirsuta Info
What is Mitragyna Hirsuta Kratom?
Mitragyna hirsuta is supposed to be dominant in mitraphylline and lacking mitragynine and 7-OH-mitragynine.
When we use kratom 3 to 4 times a day quantity must vary from 3 grams which is considered a high potency and low tolerance to 6 grams which is low potency and high tolerance, this will push you towards a bit of dependency on the herb but you can always stop for some days to check about yourself and to go back to your normal activities.
There is also a difference of strains like greens are considered the best and whites are known to peak too fast while the red ones are mellow for long periods but the punch is not there.
Mitragyna hirsuta has neither mitragynine nor 7-hydroxymitragynine, kratom’s most potent alkaloids. The main alkaloid of this substance is mitraphylline, which is also one of M. Speciosa’s elements.
Mitraphylline binds to the mu and delta opiate receptors in our brain, and that is how kra thum khok becomes helpful and brings about its beneficial effects.
Uses and Effects of Mitragyna Hirsuta
Kratom and M. hirsuta are quite similar, even if the effects of the latter are milder. That occurs because their active elements bind to the opioid receptors in your brain, and as a result, they both can bring about some of the effects of opiates. But neither kratom nor mitragyna hirsuta are opiates.
Thanks to mitraphylline, mitragyna hirsuta can produce the following effects:
Energy and stimulation: At low doses, mitragyna hirsuta will provide you with an energy booster.
Mood LIfting: Just like kratom, you can achieve A Positive Feeling Of Well Being by ingesting M. hirsuta.
Anxiety relief: Mitragyna hirsuta is a good remedy if you are suffering from anxiety. Its soothing, relaxing properties will be very helpful if you are experiencing anxiety. And it can be also useful for moments of stress.
Alleviate depression: Unfortunately, it is very hard to find a cure for depression. Kratom, antidepressants and other substances, such as mitragyna hirsuta, can only alleviate or cover its symptoms. But they cannot cure depression. Even so, the Mood Lift that kra thum khok creates can be very helpful if you are suffering from depression.
Pain relief: Yes, mitragyna hirsuta is also a natural remedy for pain conditions. In fact, one of its traditional uses was for treating pain. Indigenous people from Thailand or Cambodia used to chew the hirsuta leaves to alleviate pain.
Cope with opiate withdrawal: Kratom is commonly used for coping with the symptoms of opiate withdrawal. However, there are many people who cannot use kratom because it is not available where they live. For these people, mitragyna hirsuta can be a very good alternative which can help them cope with the symptoms of opiate withdrawal.
But mitragyna hirsuta can also balance your blood pressure or improve concentration. And it also has antioxidant properties.
The effects of mitragyna hirsuta will vary depending on the dosage. In this sense, M. hirsuta is again similar to kratom. Low doses will bring about energizing, stimulant effects, while high doses will produce more sedative, relaxing effects.
However, since mitragyna hirsuta effects are milder than kratom’s, the doses you need will be higher. Most People Recommend to start with 15 Grams & go up from there but I say start with 2 Grams & go up. Taking a half ounce for just one dose is not very efficient if you ask me & with the Higher the Dosage the Higher the Chance you have of Side Effects. I can say that the right dose seems to be about 4 - 5 Grams which is a little bit more than the Usual Speciosa Dosage. I don't Recommend going over 10 Grams with Hirsuta.
Just Remember everybody will Respond to Hirsuta Differently so I would Recommend starting out with just 2 grams or even a little less first to see how you react to it. Some people get side effects like Dizziness if you dose to high. Hirsuta seems to have more potent side effects than Speciosa. So Just Remember to Start as Low a Dosage as Possible & Slowly go up until you feel the Desired Effects.
Mitragyna Hirsuta side effects
In most cases, the side effects of mitragyna hirsuta are due to high doses. The most common side effects of M. hirsuta are:
In some cases, it can also produce the typical side effects of kratom (such as nausea, constipation, stomach upset). Nonetheless, as mitragyna hirsuta’s effects are milder than kratom, so are its side effects.
Very high doses of mitragyna hirsuta could also produce hallucinations, respiratory issues or tachycardia. Therefore, you must be careful with the dose.
How to Take Mitragyna Hirsuta
The traditional way of ingesting kra thum khok is by chewing its leaves. But that is something you will not be able to do unless you have your own tree. Otherwise, you will need to find other ways to consume it. And that is because you can only find mitragyna hirsuta in powder (made from the dried leaves), pills or tincture. In fact, the tincture is not that easy to find.
The most common ways of consuming kra thum khok are:
Brewed in a tea
Toss n’ wash
Added to juices, smoothies, sauces
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