From the Vendor: Deep within the South Sumatra region of Indonesia, there is a Kratom cultivation zone known as Nibung. Here, Kratom trees grow to record sizes, sometimes exceeding 90 feet in height. At just the right time during their life cycle, these Kratom trees are harvested for their broad, thick leaves containing high amounts of two unique plant alkaloids: Mitragynine and 7-Hydroxymitragynine. Then, Kratom cultivators cut off the stems and the leaves are left to dry indoors without any light whatsoever. Finally, the processed leaves are ground into a fine powder before being expertly packed for shipment to our docks here in the United States. This is the harvesting and drying method used to produce our renown Green Malay Kratom strain, now available in capsule format.
History of Green Malay Kratom
Most Kratom strains fall into one of three main color categories: White Vein, Green Vein, and Red Vein. Green Vein Kratom is traditionally made by harvesting Kratom leaves during ‘middle age’ for Kratom trees. The timing of the harvest combined with the specific drying process mentioned above determines the plant alkaloid concentrations that make this strain of Kratom so revered by Kratom users. Green Malay Kratom gets its name from the deep, vibrant green hue the powder has. It’s a fantastic go-to strain for mid-day use, and it’s often used to disrupt ‘Same Strain Syndrome’ many Kratom users encounter when they rely on a single strain for multiple days on end.