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The Difference Between Green Vein and Red Vein Kratom

Although every kratom strain has the same properties, yet the differences in the environment of cultivation can create a clear demarcation between each of them. Not to forget, kratom thrives in tropical climates and needs nutrient-rich soil. This is the main reason it is cultivated in countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, and China. Currently, the demand for kratom is high because a lot of people use it for medicinal reasons. However, there is not even a single substantial medical evidence that supports the notion of using it as a drug. Here, in this article, we will guide you through a tour of two of the kratom’s most popular strains, namely green vein and red vein. Continue reading until the end:

What is Red Vein Kratom?
As the name implies, this strain is of Thai origin and red. Although the name takes it to Thailand, yet a major part of this strain is cultivated in Indonesia. People who frequently consume this strain, claim that it has a calm and cute smell. To produce this strain, manufacturers use kratom leaves that are rich in mitragyna Speciosa. The most popular red vein strains are red maeng da and red bali.

What is Green Vein Kratom?
During the harvesting process, this strain is harvested alongside a red vein but is very different. The Green Thai is made from green-veined leaves of the kratom plant. On other hand, a green vein, too, has a unique smell that is enticing enough for compelling someone to try it for the first time. However, even a mild dose of this strain can cause sedation, so it is better to beware.

What Are The Differences Between Red Vein and Green Vein Kratom?
Although both strains are from the same plant family, yet they hold several differences according to the users. It is important to note, kratom has no proven health benefits for the human body, and so whatever is known about the plant in a positive way are the claims made by frequent consumers. According to the consumers, the differences between these two strains are:

1. Smell
People who consume a red vein claim that it has a strong smell and one that cannot be restrained within a closed jar. On the other hand, people who are obsessed with green vein kratom claim that it has a unique smell that can be eradicated when this strain is used during cooking.

2. Sedation Effects
Owing to the differences between the environments in which these two strains are cultivated, there is a slight difference in the chemical composition. Fans claim that a red vein relaxes the brain for an odd number of hours, whereas a green vein takes more time. If you want to learn more about these two strains online, visit them here.

3. Health Benefits
People who are down with obesity claim that red vein kratom can help them in reducing weight. It is important to note; weight loss is a side effect of kratom and not a health benefit. People who frequently consume this plant, complain about suffering from the loss of appetite. Contrary to this, a green vein doesn’t cause much difference to the weight and can aid in improving the digestion process. Unfortunately, none of these claims are supported by any medical research.

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