This herb is one of the #1 Kratom alternatives, and our Sakae Naa Extract Tincture is one of the most potent and convenient Sakae Naa product available in the world. Each 1 mL contains 5,000 mg of Sakae Naa fresh herb equivalent, with 150,000 mg equivalency per bottle.
Sakae Naa, which has the scientific name Combretum Quadrangulare, is a tree native to Thailand that grows up to 30 feet in height. This herb has likely been a traditional medicine since ancient times.
The most notable thing about this herb is that when Kratom was banned in Thailand in 1943, Kratom users across Thailand switched from using Kratom leaves to using the leaves of the Sakae Naa tree. Apparently this went well, and ever since then this herb Naa has had a reputation of being one of the only real Kratom alternatives.
The science behind this ethnobotanical remains very incomplete at this time, and it is unknown which alkaloid causes this herb to have Kratom-esque effects. However, widespread subjective reports indicate that this herb relieves aches and enhances energy like Kratom.
That being said, although this herb is comparable to Kratom, in its natural form it is considered to be much weaker than Kratom. However, since these tablets use 50X extract, they are actually quite potent.
Thus, if you are looking for a Kratom alternative, whether you want to switch up your routine or you live in a place where Kratom is banned, then Sakae Naa is definitely an ethnobotanical worth investigating.
On a final note, this Sakae Naa Extract Tincture has been lab tested to ensure that it is 100% pure and does not contain any contaminants or adulterants, and the highest standards were used when processing this product, so you can be confident that this product is the highest quality.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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