Before we talk about the perks and the downsides of kratom powder, let us discuss how the powder form came into existence and how it is prepared. Let’s not waste time and get started right away.
Why Was Kratom Powder Required?
So, kratom powder is prepared from the leaves of kratom plants which are native to the South East Asian countries. Before powder, people referred to the raw leaves as kratom, but they went rotten in a couple of days which is not ideal for long-distance transportation. Hence, the vendors had to figure a way to extend its shelf-life without hampering its properties. Presently, Kratom is being shipped around the world keeping all its features and expediency intact.
How Is Kratom Powder Prepared?
The good and mature kratom leaves are picked depending on the color of the leaf-vein and strains. Then, they are thoroughly cleaned to remove dust particles, rotten leaves and stems if any. After this, the leaves are dried in large dehydrators. Finally, the crisp leaves are put into a grinder to form a powder. The powder is also sieved to ensure it is smooth and not coarse. To finally, the powder is packed in specific quantities and shipped away.
Pros and Cons of Kratom Powder
Below, we have identified some of the pros and cons of the powdered kratom. Take a look:
- Extended life.
- Handy and easy to store.
- Base product for other kratom products.
Surely there are more forms of kratom available now that offer more perks than powder. However, the kratom powder is the base material of those forms, and no one can deny that.