Green Malay Kratom is one of the most popular Malaysian strains. It has a popular nickname among kratom lovers. They frequently call it ‘Super Green Malay Kratom’.
It’s not simply a marketing gimmick. This strain has properties that fully deserve such a reference.
What Is Green Malay Kratom?
Green Malay is a Mitragyna speciosa plant variety that thrives in Malaysia. It’s a tropical country with all-year-round humid weather. This makes it a perfect cultivation ground for kratom trees. Malaysia’s natural habitat allowed these plants to evolve into the super kratom that we know today.
Green vein kratom strains feature a balanced set of properties characteristic to the reds and whites. This makes them great for anyone looking for a well-rounded blend of the two.
However, Green Malay Kratom offers a bit more than just that.
What Is Super Green Malay Kratom?
This strain has a high concentration of at least 40 beneficial compounds, 25 of which are different kratom alkaloids. Mitragynine is the most potent of them. Nonetheless, due to limited studies on kratom, scientists and kratom enthusiasts believe that kratom has more beneficial chemicals and alkaloids that we are aware of.
The weather in Malaysia is hot and humid all year round. It has regular tropical rain showers as well as a wet season. This has forced kratom trees to adapt. As a result, they have developed thicker cell walls.
What does this mean for you?
Thicker cell walls result in longer-lasting kratom properties. Additionally, the Malaysian soil contains unique nutrients that are not present anywhere else in the world.
The humid climate makes it easy for the trees to absorb these unique nutrients into their system. Thus, the plants are able to develop longer-lasting and potent kratom alkaloids.
This green offers a unique experience that no other strain does. Here, at Kraoma, we make sure that this strain is always fresh, potent, and consistent so that you can always get the kratom experience that you expect. Buy yours today!
Ingredients: Green Malay Kratom Powder (Mitragyna Speciosa)