Plant Alkaloids

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             Mitragynine is an indole alkaloid. It's created by a plant known as Kratom ( Mitragyna speciosa ). This is one of the chemicals in the plant that induces properties on par with that of true opiates. Because of this, the ground up leaf is used to induce opiate like states of intoxication. People around the world are turning to the plant to cope with opiate withdrawals, pain, anxiety, and even depression. If this alkaloid were to be free-based or synthesized, the effects would most likely be very dangerous. It would also leave out an arsenal of various synergistic compounds that work together to give Kratom it's own unique vibe.


Mitragynine has a structure that is related to yohimbe alkaloids and distantly, voacangine. Yohimbe is a plant that stimulates the adrenal system in the human body. Kratom too has this same sort of adrenal stimulation. Voacangine is the precursor to a chemical called Ibogaine, which shows promise in treating drug addiction. It can also be found in Voacanga africana. I believe that this plant does show promise in treating opiate addiction, as well as other narcotic addictions as well.


Alkaloids such as Mitragynine are created by the plant in accordance to the schematics programmed into the plants DNA. The suns energy, the biospheres water and air, and organic resources made available in the earth are all utilized to convert matter into pharmacological gems. The fact that these alkaloids work so precisely with the biological circuitry of human beings and different animals indicates a naturally occurring state of intelligent symbiosis between life and the environment which sustains consciousness in general.
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References:

Mitragynine. (2016, June 3). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:11, June 22, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mitragynine&oldid=723549002

Voacangine. (2016, February 19). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:12, June 22, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Voacangine&oldid=705849982

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