Green Malay Kratom
Let me tell you a story. A few months ago, I found myself running without my go-to kratom. Heck, I’m sure you can relate, it happens to us all. I had a few sample packs at home, one of them was Green Malay.
My first experience with Green Malay kratom is one that goes back years ago. In fact, it was one of the first kratom strains I ever tried. The experience was one I remember quite well as it was my early days experimenting with kratom powder.
I’ve always been a red vein guy. It doesn’t get any better than Red Bali kratom, or Red Dragon kratom, so I first thought. Long story short, I was out, it was going to be a few days before I could get my normal kratom. Here’s a sample pack of Green Malay, maybe I should give it a try.
I remember debating on it, I was nearly going to go without. After what felt like days (an actual hour or two) I ripped her open, sit back in rocking chair, grabbed an iced Dew and gone she was.
The experience was one of surprise and calm, fulfilling and level. It was the first time I had tried something different than red vein. It was this experience that made me who I am today, for better or worse. It opened up my mind to different kratom strains and powders. If not for this experience, I may have not mixed at all. It was this first lesson that allowed me to keep my kratom dosage level.
It all boils down to that single experience.
My advice for you, keep an open mind. Don’t be afraid to try something new, try something different, it may just surprise you!
Green Malay Is Unique And Different, That’s A Good Thing
What I took away the most from my own experience is that Green Malay is a great strain to go to and mix in your regular routine. I’ve talked it about many times before, I mix my kratoms. I find it to help my tolerance, it’s something I recommend to other kratom users.
We all love red vein, I get it. Most people do, but if you only stick with one strain, how will you ever know what type of experiences you can have?
Just because red vein kratom is stronger, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try Green Malay Kratom or other kratom strains. I love experiencing with other strains, I find a joy in it. Perhaps you don’t and that’s fine, but if you’ve never tried it, why not give it a go? Who knows, you may have a great experience like I did.
Everyone Is After The Potent Kratom
It’s true, more than likely, you want the most potent kratom you can buy. You want a kratom strain stacked with powerful alkaloids, kratom that packs a punch.
This journey, you can miss out on a lot.
Another reason why I recommend trying Green Malay and other strains is because you’ll never know what that “best experience” is unless you try it.
Sure, you can take everyone’s word that Red Bali is great, but is it “great” for you? Remember, we’re all different, Red Bali is going to be a totally different experience from one person to the next. If you’ve tried Green Malay once before, try it again, the experience is likely to be different.
Green Malay Is No Slouch
Finally, let’s talk about Green Malay.
This is an ancient kratom, like a great fine wine. It hasn’t been around for hundreds of years because nobody liked it. It’s the opposite, it’s still around because people do enjoy it and I’m one of those people.
History can teach us a lot if we pay attention.
If you’re holding your red strain kratom close during the week, add a little color to your life! Introduce a second, third strain, you may just find that awesome experience you’ve always been looking for.
Green Malay is an underrated icon of the kratom tree, it deserves a first look if you’ve never thought about it.
Let me put it this way, here’s what you want to know; “is Green Malay a part of your weekly kratom routine?”
The answer is…. “Yes!”
I have 5 kratom strains I mix with during the week.
Perhaps I should share that in a future blog, think I may just do that.
Have an experience you want to share about this kratom strain? Let us know below!