The scientific name of the Kratom tree is Mitragyna Speciosa. It refers to the native evergreen tree found in specific areas in Southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The locals consider Kratom as one of the most sacred trees due to its powerful therapeutic and relaxing properties and have been using it for centuries. The leaves of the Kratom tree are used all around the world as natural remedial herbs to treat opiate addiction, relieve pain, lift mood, stimulate immune system and energy from within. Research has discovered many more diversified merits and qualities of Kratom effects that are featured in some of the most important forums and books of the botanical science in detail. For example, scientists have derived more than 25 Alkaloids from the essence of the leaf of Kratom, and the research is ever growing into newer levels, each day. The richest of alkaloids contains two oxindoles (as known as speciofoline and mitraphylline) and three indoles (as known as paynanthine, mitragynine and speciogynine) out of which the paynanthine and mitragynie are exclusive to their species. The other remaining alkaloids left also contain different oxindoles and indoles, including, stipulatine corynanthedine, rhychophylline, mitraversine and ajmalicine. More information can be obtained by viewing the video below.