The alkaloid 7-hydroxymitragynine may hold the key to some of the herbal remedy’s most powerful effects.
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What Is An Alkaloid?
First let’s start with some basics. Many have heard of kratom’s almost magical healing, mood-enhancing, therapeutic qualities, but few know where they originate from. It turns out that these effects are indeed more based in hard science than in magic. Inside the leaves of the Mitragyna Speciosa plant, organic, bioactive compounds naturally form. We call these compounds “alkaloids.” When they enter the human blood stream, alkaloids bond with adrenoreceptors in our cells. This bond sends signals through the body to the sympathetic nervous system, soothing it and coaxing it into new actions that protect and uplift the entire body and mind.
Kratom leaves are known to have at least 40 such alkaloids, each with their own unique job in the body. For many years, it was assumed that mitragynine, the most prevalent alkaloid in the leaves, was responsible for most of the effects. However, new research indicates that the lesser known 7-hydroxymitragynine is carrying much of the weight, even though it exists in smaller quantities.
7-hydroxymitragynine acts like what we call an opioid agonist. This does not mean that it is an opiate, but merely that it can act like one in the body. Unlike an opiate, the kratom alkaloid does not create a damaging, dependent relationship in cells, or over stimulate endorphin production to the point of major health risks. Still, many blogs and media reports compare kratom with opiates.
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