The following is a summarized list with a brief outlook about the attributes of some of the most significant Alkaloids being offered by the Kratom leaves, known to science.
Ajmalicine (also known as Raubasine) is antiaggregant, Cerebro-circulant and anti-adrenergic. It is also an effective muscle relaxant, sedative, and anticonvulsant.
Corynoxeine works efficiently as an active calcium channel deterrent.
Corynoxine (in Both group A and B) aids in reconciling anti-locomotives.
Corynantheidine works as the mainstream opioid antagonist.
9-Hydroxycorynantheidine, along with Corynathedidine, works as an additional subsidiary opioid agonist.
7-Hydroxymitragynine is the main psychoactive present in the Kratom leaf. It is an anti-diarrheal antitussive and analgesic.
Epicatechin works very efficiently as a multi purpose anti-bacterial, antioxidant, anti-hepatitic, anti diabetic, anti-inflammatory, antiaggregant anti-leukemic, anti-peroxidant, anti-viral, anti-mutagenic, alpha-amylase inhibitor and ultimately as a cancer preventative.
Isopteropodine is a dedicated immunostimulant.
Isomitraphylline is both anti-leukemic and immunostimulant.
Mitraphylline is a muscle relaxer and vasodilator. It also acts efficiently as an antihypertensive, anti-amnesic and diuretic. It may also additionally contribute as an auxiliary immunostimulant.
Speciophylline works effectively as an anti-leukemic.
Rhynchophylline is a qualitative multi purpose anti-thelmintic, vasodilator, active calcium channel preventer, antihypertensive, antiarrhythmic, anti-inflammatory, antiaggregant and antipyretic.
Mitragynine is an active adrenergic, anti-diarrheal, anti-tussive and anti-malarial. It may also potentially supplement as a 5-HT2A antagonist and analgesic.
Paynantheine is a powerful active muscle relaxant.
Tetrahydroalstonine is an Alpha-2 anti-adrenergic and a hypoglycemic.
Speciogynine amplifies and enhances the effects of the muscle relaxant when used with the combination of the Payantheine.
Speciociliatine works adequately as a subsidiary opioid agonist.