what is Kratom ?

Kratom is tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia. Kratom has been used in Southeast Asia for the last three centuries and is used by 15 to 16 million Americans daily. Many people find Kratom helps them with energy, pain, relaxation and motivation.  

The Differences Between Kratom Veins & Strains?

There are three major kratom veins and a fourth that’s making its way onto the scene. They are:

White Vein

Green Vein

Red Vein and,

Yellow Vein

Each of these veins has many subtypes, or strains, inside of it. However, each kratom vein tends to have a specific type of effect.

White Vein kratom is typically energizing and focusing

Green Vein kratom is typically good for elevating positivity and talkativity

Red Vein kratom is typically relaxing and calming 

Yellow Vein kratom usually sits between white vein and green vein in terms of effects, with milder doses of energy and positivity

Kratom Strains

Kratoms strains are more specific types of kratom and are typically named for the color vein they are and the region that they’re from. 

For example: White Bali would signify a white vein strain from Bali

Red Indo would signify a red vein from Indonesia

Green Malay would point to a green vein from Malaysia, and so on!

The effects of these strains are definitely impacted by their place of origin, as the plant accumulates different alkaloid content based on the soil & region it is grown in. 

What’s the Best Kratom Strain For Me?

Take a look at our kratom strain chart, or look for the effects symbols on our product pages, and see what strain might have the perfect effect for you! 

These symbols are meant to describe the effect most commonly felt with each strain.

Lighting bolt is energy

Moon is sleep/relaxation

Smiley is mood

And the cross is relief

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