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  • n. A Southeast Asian tree, Mitragyna speciosa, harvested for its medicinal leaves
  • n. The dried leaves of this tree, chewed as a psychoactive drug


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  • Salvia is sold in extracts at concentrations of up to 60X and kratom at concentrations of up to 30X.

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  • At Psychoactive Herbs, for example, you can buy kratom, which the site describes as an "opium substitute" that produces feelings of euphoria.

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  • For his part, Sloan says that as salvia is starting to be criminalized, kratom is gaining in popularity.

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