Kratom is legal in the United States, the Drug Enforcement Agency calls it “Drug of Concern” because it can relieve pain, increase sexual energy, improve the immune system, relieve stress, reduce anxiety, promote healthy sleep and prevent diabetes. Others use kratom to feel psychotropic effects. Kratom leaves have a psychotropic and opioid analgesic effect. Kratom has various effects on the body, depending on the amount of dosage and the shape of the extract. The leaves of Kratom have analgesic and psychotropic effects. Kratom is not legal in the United States, although it is not legal in Thailand, Malaysia, Australia and other European Union countries. If any of these side effects occur, stop taking kratom during this session. People use kratom in many ways to chew the leaves, infuse them as tea and grind them to swallow or smoke them. The effect of kratom becomes stronger as the amount of tea consumed increases. Some people use kratom as a substitute for prescription painkillers. Kratom is used to treat pain, cough, fatigue, diarrhea and many other illnesses. Some countries and the United States have shown interest in using kratom as an alternative to painkillers. Mitragyna speciosa known as kratom is an evergreen tropical tree of the coffee family that grows in Southeast Asia.