Understanding Kratom, its vein colors, and various strains can feel daunting. Today, we will dive into Malay Kratom: what it is, how it’s different from other strains, and why you might like to try it for yourself.
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What Is Kratom?
Kratom, or Mitragyna Speciosa, is an evergreen tree related to the coffee family. This tree is native to Southeast Asia, and its leaves have been in use in traditional medicine practices of these areas for centuries. Workers would traditionally pluck Kratom leaves straight from the tree and chew on them throughout their work days to stave off pain and fatigue. Tea brewed from the leaves was also a common vehicle for the herb’s healing properties.
Today, Kratom has made it a long way from Southeast Asia. To do so, it is not often found as leaves, either. The Kratom we get in the West undergoes a process of harvesting, drying, and then grinding. Fortunately, this process makes Kratom easier to use and measure.
What Is Malay Kratom?
Malay Kratom is a particular strain of Kratom. Most strains are named for where they were originally grown, and this strain is no exception; Malay Kratom was originally grown in Malaysia. This strain comes with its own popular tale, as well. It is reported that the leaves from Malay Kratom are larger than leaves of other Kratom strains.
This means that the leaves have a larger surface area, and therefore are able to catch more sunlight with their broad leaves. According to the tale, it is this increase in sunlight uptake that allows Malay Kratom to have the elevated levels of alkaloids it contains.
Malay Kratom Effects
The effects of this Kratom strain are a favorite among many of our customers. This strain offers ample relaxation and mood enhancement, with a good side of stimulation. This equals a calm, happy, and focused state. This smooth energy offered by Malay Kratom makes it a continual customer favorite here at Kratom CC.
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What About Color Veins?
If you’ve done any Kratom shopping, you likely know that Kratom comes in 3 main colors – red, green, and white. These colors actually refer to the veins on the leaf itself. Each Kratom strain will come in each of these color vein options. Now, while Kratom strains will have unique effects, there are broad characteristics of each color vein that are consistent:
- Red Vein Kratom — Offers the most potent pain relief. Also the most sedative of the colors. Great for night time.
- White Vein Kratom — Almost like a coffee replacement, many choose white vein Kratom for the start of their day. Improves focus and mental clarity, with a boost in energy.
- Green Vein Kratom — a sort of middle road between white and red veins. Green Kratom offers moderate pain relief while calming the mind. Many people reach for green strains to calm social anxieties.
These color differences are the result of different levels of maturity throughout the life of the Kratom tree. When a Kratom tree is very young, the veins on the leaves appear white. Immature Kratom trees produce white Kratom. As the tree matures, the veins of the leaves take on a reddish hue. Kratom trees at this mid-life stage produce red Kratom. And as the trees reach full maturity, the leaf veins turn green; the source of green Kratom.
How Much Malay Kratom To Take
If you are unsure how much Kratom is right for you, we always recommend starting small! Additionally, as you find your perfect Kratom dose, we advise that you keep notes. These notes should contain the time you took Kratom, the dose, and any effects that you feel. You can incrementally increase your dose over time until you find the dose that is right for you.
Get Malay Kratom for Yourself
If you are ready to get Malay Kratom for yourself, visit us at Kratom CC. We are a locally owned and operated Kratom business in Corpus Christi sourcing top-quality Kratom from its native sources. For customers outside of our local area, we offer a variety of shipping options.