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 is a genus of trees in the Rubiaceae family. Members of this genus contain alkaloids that have tremendous research potential. Species of this genus include Mitragyna ciliata, Mitragyna ledermannii, Mitragyna parvifolia, Mitragyna speciosa, Mitragyna stipulosa, Mitragyna javanica and Mitragyna hirsuta. The Rubiaceae is the forth largest family of flowering plants by number of species, and fifth largest by number of genera.