Green Vein Kratom

Green vein kratom, what is it? How does it make you feel? What’s the best green strains to take? There’s always a lot of questions when you’re talking about a specific kratom strain.

In total, there’s 3 kratom strains.

Each kratom strain is different, providing different benefits and effects.

Today, we’re discussing green vein kratom and what makes it unique, how it effects you and

Why Green Vein Kratom?

There’s many reasons why kratom users like green vein kratom.

While the majority of people like red strains, there’s a lot of popularity out there in the kratom community for green strains.

Why? Simple, it delivers on what benefits people are looking for. What would that benefit be?

From my own experiences and talking to many others, green vein kratom is popular among people that want a high stimulation from kratom.

Green Vein Kratom Is Rare But There’s A Secret

While some consumers may not know this, the majority of all strains of kratom start out as red vein. With that said, there is green vein out there, but it’s rare. Most green kratom strains are created from a special drying process. This is the reason why red and green strains are often related to one another in the effects that they produce.

Mixing kratom strains is popular among some, others would rather stay with their favorite kratom powder. None the less, it’s easy to see why mixing red strains and green strains may be a good option for keeping a stable tolerance.

Out of all 3 kratom strains, green vein is the most versatile. While every kratom experience is different, I enjoy mixing reds and greens.

Green Vein Kratom Is A Closer

Over the years, I’ve tried all the different kratom strains, even other strains from other vendors. What I’ve found to be true, when I start with a red vein and close with a green vein, the kratom effects last a lot longer. If you want your kratom to pack a 1-2 combo with a great euphoric stimulation, that combination may just work for you.

Green vein kratom powders are already well known for having longer lasting effects.

Remember, green kratom has an unique alkaloid count as other strains have. We already know that red vein often has the highest alkaloid count and since green vein is made up of red vein, those alkaloids are usually quite high.

What Does Green Vein Kratom Do?

One of the most common questions we get, “what will kratom do to me?”

Out of all the green vein kratom we carry, green Da Maeng is the most popular. In fact, it landed at #2 on our best kratom for 2019. With this kratom strain, users have reported it helps with chronic pain, energy, alertness and stimulation effects with a larger dose.

But why?

Our customers gave us some interesting feedback of why they love green vein kratom strains. Check out this list.

  • Energy Boost
  • More Focus
  • Pain Relief
  • Opiate-Like High
  • Mental Focus
  • Stimulation
  • Concentration

What’s The Best Green Vein Kratom Powders?

While we already discussed green Da Maeng being one of the most popular green veins in our lineup, there’s a few more we’d recommend if you’re looking for the benefits of green kratom.

Green Malay Kratom – This kratom originates from Malaysia and it’s one of the most popular green vein strains. There’s a number of different benefits users have reported using green Malay, such as pain relief, cognitive improvements, subtle energy.

Super Green Indo – This powerful green strain is known to help with stress, anxiety and boost your mood. Depending on your dose, you may also feel energy boost and a sharper focus.

Green Sumatra Kratom – Another powerful green strain is green Sumatra. Green Sumatra kratom is great for energy, stimulation and a long-lasting euphoria effect.

In Closing

While I may sound like an old recording at this point (if you read our blogs), it’s important to remember kratom effects us all differently. While we try to get as much feedback as we can on specific powders and strains, the only way to know for sure how kratom will make you feel is by trying it yourself.

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to ask.

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