From the Vendor: Green Vein Borneo is derived from the Mitragyna Speciosa tree. This variety of tree is also known as the Kratom tree, and the leaves that it produces have a unique alkaloid profile that makes them potentially useful for several different reasons. For example, reviewers have indicated that Green Vein Borneo offers a noticeable analgesic effect, and it is also reported to provide natural mood enhancement and relaxant effects.
Borneo’s Kratom leaves of all varieties have a unique smell that makes it easy to tell them apart from other Mitragyna Speciosa byproducts. As with every other known Kratom trees, there are three distinct types of leaves that can be harvested from Borneo: green vein, red vein and white vein. This is a physical description that refers to the color of the veins that run through each leaf. In other words, the Green Vein Borneo leaves have veins that are green instead of any other color.
All of the Kratom leaf products from Borneo are popular due to their unique properties and the strength of each strain. Reviewers often tout the benefits that they receive from these leaves, but Red Vein Borneo appears to be the more popular choice. Of course, the popularity of each product is also based on availability and each consumer’s individual needs. Green Vein Borneo offers a more moderate version of the effects that are typically associated with the red and white veined strains, and reviewers generally recommend it as a middle of the road, all-in-one option.
Which Alkaloids Are Involved?
The alkaloid makeup of Green Vein Borneo offers consumers an interesting mixture of the approximately 25 alkaloids that exist in all Kratom tree leaves. There are notable percentages of the main alkaloids, including 7-Hydroxymitragynine and Mitragnynine. Additionally, several other alkaloids stand out in this particular profile such as Speciogynine, Mitraphylline and 9-Hydroxycorynantheidine.