Kratom (KRA) Drug Test
Kratom is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia. Consumption of its leaves produces both stimulant effects (in low doses) and sedative effects (in high doses), and can lead to psychotic symptoms, and psychological and physiological dependence. The psychoactive ingredient is found in the leaves from the kratom tree. These leaves are subsequently crushed and then smoked, brewed with tea, or placed into gel capsules. Kratom has a long history of use in Southeast Asia, where it is commonly known as thang, kakuam, thom, ketum, and biak. In the U.S., the abuse of kratom has increased markedly in recent years. Mostly abused by oral ingestion in the form of a tablet, capsule or extract. Kratom leaves may also be dried or powdered and ingested as tea, or the kratom leaf may be chewed. Click here for more information about Kratom.