Thai Kratom is a variety that offers powerful alkaloidal properties yet has a sad past.
What is Thai Kratom?
It is an alkaloid-dense variety of the ‘Mitragyna Speciosa’ plant which is indigenous to Thailand.
Yet, the Thai government decided to ban kratom in 1943. Nowadays, many use it as an argument for criminalizing kratom. If it’s native Thailand has banned it, it’s dangerous and bad.
Sadly, this is untrue. The ban occurred due to political reasons. During the war, kratom interfered with opium sales and didn’t yield tax money as opium did.
To prevent this variety of Mitragyna speciosa from going extinct, people brought its seeds to other parts of Southeast Asia.
Ever since Thai kratom has been thriving in various parts of Indonesia.
Eventually, Thailand changed its mind and reversed the ban in late 2018.
Buy Thai Kratom Online
At Kraoma, we pride ourselves in the ability to consistently deliver fresh and potent kratom powder.
That’s due to our close relationship with experienced and established kratom farmers in Indonesia. We source all of our Thai strains directly from them.
Energizing Red Thai, moderate Green Thai, and invigorating White Thai, all our strains are organically and sustainably grown and produced. We also lab test each batch at an independent 3rd-party laboratory in the US. This is to further ensure the quality and purity f our products.
Choose the strain you like best and buy kratom online today!
DISCLAIMERThis product is not intended to treat, cure, mitigate any condition or disease.
This product is sold as a botanical specimen with no direction or claims.
You must be 21 years or older to purchase.
We do not ship this product to locations where kratom is banned. Please refer to kratom legality post on our blog for more detailed information. All buyers must be knowledgeable of their state laws.
All of our products are tested for identification, heavy metals content ([AOAC 2013.06] Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury), microbial safety (Aerobic Plate Count [AOAC 990.12], yeast and mold [AOAC 997.02], coliforms and E Coli [AOAC 991.4], and salmonella [AOAC-RI 050701]).