Red Vein Kratom – A Powerhouse Kratom

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Red Vein Kratom – A Powerhouse Kratom2018-12-24T04:30:22-07:00

If you’re searching red vein Kratom as a possible supplement to your daily health and wellness routine, you have picked a great strain to fill that void.

So many of our customers and community members buy Kratom, and even swear by the powers of red vein Kratom, and for good reason. Red vein Kratom is one of the most popular and sought after strains of Kratom and it has a wide variety of benefits.

I want to share what I like about this strain and why you should make it part of your life, today.

Red Vein Kratom is My First Love

By now, most of the people who are searching for Kratom are aware that My Kratom Club carries two of the best red strain kratoms with the Bumble Bee Red Bornero and Krave Red Vein.

Red Bali, Red Maeng da, Rad Kali, it doesn’t matter, these are all part of a bigger family of Kratom called red vein Kratom.

The “Happy Place” I spoke about in the aforementioned article, shares one of the main aspects of red strain Kratom. While Red Bali will always hold a special place in my heart (and my daily routine) the red vein powder is always going to be my first love and my usual go-to.

Every Kratom consumer has a specific strain they always fall back on, what is yours? Maybe you’re still searching for one to fall in love with? If so, red strain Kratom is always a strong place to start your journey.

Red Vein Kratom Means Alkaloid Abundance

Personal preferences aside, let me share some of the more scientific aspects on what I like about this strain. Red strain Kratom, just like the other Kratom strains, is from a family called Mitragyna Speciosa. This family name generally has around 40 alkaloid properties in its chemical makeup.

If you’re brand new to all of this, an alkaloid is what gives the Kratom leaf its power, and why most people consume Kratom in the first place.

At any given time there are over 40 active alkaloids present in mitragynine (or Kratom). Some strains have a little more than 40, some have a little less, but all have their own specific alkaloid makeup which makes it unique to the plant species.

Generally, the red vein Kratom holds over 25 alkaloids in any given strain property. For instance, the Red Bali Kratom I love so much has over 25 alkaloids in its makeup, therefore making it one of the stronger strains of Kratom.

Scientifically speaking, from an alkaloid standpoint, red strain Kratom shares some of the more potent alkaloids in its chemical structure.

Don’t get me wrong, white vein Kratom and green vein Kratom, which have their own particular makeup, have their strengths as well. As you will learn, each strain color has its own unique qualities. This is what makes the overall idea of consuming Kratom so special to consumers.

Red Vein Kratom Is a Survivor

Maybe one of the reasons I’m drawn to red strain Kratom is because of its survival capabilities. This plant is wicked-cool and can grow in flooded environments as well as dry and humid areas. In both of these instances, the farmers reported a harvest that produced a potent leaf quality – proving that red strain goes into “beast mode” when it pushes toward the sun.

In fact, pretty much all of your favorite Kratom strains evolve from red vein Kratom. The drying process is what determines the vein color from the farmers and vendors to your door. Red strain Kratom is the OG.

People who have studied red vein Kratom have a hard time explaining why this strain has some of these strong characteristics, both in leaf quality and botanical quality. They are curious to learn about its will-to-live drive and how it can consistently produce an effective leaf wherever its grown.

I can appreciate that. I’m sure you can too. You have more in common with this survivor than you know.

In Conclusion

Want to know what I like about red vein Kratom? Everything. From the curious scientific nature of this strain to the hard-core attitude it grows up with. Red strain Kratom is my suggestion for almost anyone I talk to about a first time dose. What’s your favorite? Would love to hear from you.

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