Mitragyna Parvifolia (Powdered)
Kadamb, which is more formally known as Mitragyna parvifolia, can be found throughout Sri Lanka and regions in northern India. This tree can grow as tall as 75 feet with large leaves that contain hirsutine, dihydrocorynantheine, isorhynchophylline and rhynchophylline, which are natural alkaloids found in this raw botanical
Mitragyna speciosa is closely related to Mitragyna parvifolia, so it is used as a popular substitute for the popular Kratom products. Mitragyna speciosa contains Mitragynine and 7-Hydromitragynine, however, and Mitragyna parvifolia is filled with Mitraphylline and Isomitraphylline.
The powder is derived from the alkaloid-filled leaves of the Mitragyna parvifolia tree, which are hand selected by experts at Mitra Science.
The powdered product may be purchased by the KG, with a minimum set at 10 KGS.
Our botanical specimens are not for human or animal consumption, as they are sold as-is for further processing, research and educational purposes only.
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.