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A guide to pronouncing Katrom.

Kratom (pronounced "KRAY-tum") is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia that is related to the coffee plant.



The leaves of the kratom tree have been used for centuries by local indigenous populations for their medicinal properties. In recent years, kratom has gained popularity in the Western world for its potential health benefits, including pain relief, and anxiety reduction, and as a natural alternative to opioid painkillers.



If you're new to kratom and unsure of how to pronounce it, don't worry! It's not as difficult as it may seem at first glance.





Here's a quick guide to help you say "kratom" like a pro:


  1. Start by saying the first syllable, "KRAY". This should be pronounced with a long "a" sound, like the "a" in "bake". The "K" sound should be slightly aspirated, meaning you should feel a puff of air on your upper lip when you say it.

  2. Next, move on to the second syllable, "tum". This should be pronounced with a short "u" sound, like the "u" in "but". The "t" should be unvoiced, meaning you should not vibrate your vocal cords when saying it.

  3. Put it all together and you should have something that sounds like "KRAY-tum". Remember to accent the first syllable and to keep the "u" sound short in the second syllable.

Overall, the key to correctly pronouncing "kratom" is to pay attention to each syllable's individual sounds and practice saying it aloud a few times.

With a little bit of practice, you'll be able to confidently and accurately pronounce this exciting and potentially beneficial plant.



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