Yellow Kratom powder is creating a lot of buzz in the kratom world.
Its time we understand what this kratom really is.
What is Yellow Kratom?
If you searched for ’yellow veined kratom’, you are searching for the incorrect word.
There is no such thing as a Mitragyna Speciosa plant with yellowish veins.
If this strain is not from a yellowish kratom plant, then how do we make it?
Keep on reading! You are about to find out the secrets in making a yellowish blend.
Kratom farmers are secretive about their methods. Who would want to give up generations of secrets your family has worked on right?
However, in the last five years of building Kraoma, we also have built a good relationship with our kratom farmer.
For this reason, we were able to break this barrier and got more insights about kratom.
How to Make Yellow Kratom
First of all, any strain of kratom, whether it be green, white, or red, can become a yellow strain.
However, our farmers follow a specific blend to achieve the specific kratom effects.
They blend white leaves and green leaves in order to form the desired effects of this goodness.
They did not disclose the ratio of the blend. This remains a secret (wink).
This combination does not produce the yellowish color of the powder though.
They said it is achieved through a specific and timed fermentation procedure.
This stage is responsible for altering the color and the alkaloidal properties of this strain.
Buy Kratom (US)
If we made you curious about the wonders of this leafy goodness, buy kratom powder now!
Our Yellow Kratom will bring something new to your kratom collection!
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]).