Mitragyna Parvifolia (Crushed)

Mitragyna parvifolia, also known by the casual name “kadamb,” is indigenous to northern India. It can grow up to 75 feet tall, and its bark, leaves, and fruits are a focus of various research. The deciduous leaves are loaded with naturally-occurring alkaloids like dihydrocorynantheine, isorhynchophylline, hirsutine, and rhynchophylline.

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Mitragyna parvifolia, which is less formally known as Kadamb, is a tree that is native to areas located within northern India and Sri Lanka. Growing up to 75 feet tall, its deciduous leaves contain natural alkaloids, such as dihydrocorynantheine, isorhynchophylline, hirsutine and rhynchophylline.

Mitragyna parvifolia is also a popular alternative to Mitragyna speciosa, which looks similar and offers related products. However, Mitragyna parvifolia contains Mitraphylline and Isomitraphylline, rather than the Mitragynine and 7-Hydromitragynine found in Mitragyna speciosa.

The crushed leaves are selected by experts at Mitra Science and are ground to create this high-quality product.

It may be ordered by the single KG, but a minimum purchase of 10 KGS must be made.