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About Akuamma Powder
Akuamma seeds (also called by the formal plant name, Picralima Nitida) have been used as a natural option for relieving discomfort and remedying a variety of ailments for many generations. Native to western African nations such as Ghana, Cte d’Ivoire, Congo, Zaire and Cameroon, Akuamma seeds impact the mu opioid receptors in the brain, making them effective for those who are seeking a natural alternative.
The seeds are harvested from the Akuamma tree, which is fairly short and dense, making it more similar to a shrub than a tree. The fruit is cut open and the seeds are extracted by hand. They are traditionally sun-dried.
Akuamma seeds, which are sometimes called vincamajoridine, contain several powerful alkaloids, including akuammine, akuammidine, akuammicine, akuammigine, pseudo-akuammigine and pericine, amongst others. The primary alkaloid, akuammine, has a chemical structure that is very similar to mitragynine, one of the primary alkaloids contained within kratom.
If you prefer we do also carry Whole Akuamma Seeds.
The US FDA has not approved this herb to be sold for internal use. Sold for external use only.
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Akuamma seeds’ effects are described as opiate-like in nature, providing discomfort relief, relaxation and promoting sleep.
The appropriate akuamma dosage will vary depending upon your pain level and tolerance level. The typical amount averages between 4 to 8 grams.
The powder can then be placed into a capsule as Akuamma seeds do have a very bitter taste, so most prefer this method to avoid experiencing the bitterness.