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== Pharmacology ==
 
== Pharmacology ==
  
The active substances in kratom have not been identified and documented. However, kratom appears to possess an effect profile similar to buprenorphine, indicating that it could be a partial agonist of mu-opioid receptors. It is also possible that kratom could be classified as a weak opioid agonist, similar to [[codeine]], [[dihydrocodeine]], ethylmorphine, and tramadol.
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The active substances in kratom have not been identified and documented. However, kratom appears to possess an effect profile similar to buprenorphine, indicating that it could be a partial agonist of mu-opioid receptors.
  
 
Evidence for the partial agonist hypothesis includes:
 
Evidence for the partial agonist hypothesis includes:

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