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Our 3 Favorite Red Vein Kratom Strains

Write By: Justin Martinez on

Red vein kratom remains a perennial customer favorite. This potent and widely available kratom strain comes from the most mature leaves of the Mitragyna Speciosa tree. While there are many varieties of kratom to choose from, when it comes to red vein kratom, we have a few that we return to time and time again.

Red Maeng Da Kratom

This particular strain of red vein kratom originates from Thailand. Before Southeast Asia began heavily cultivating kratom, Thailand was believed to be the heart of Kratom growers. Red Maeng Da Kratom was bred through a process called ‘grafting’, when two plants are merged to combine their best qualities.

Maeng Da Kratom is considered one of the most potent types of kratom out of all three leaf types. Red Maeng Da is great for alertness and concentration and perfect for anyone who has a long day of hard work ahead of them.

Red Vein Thai Kratom

Derived from the leaves of the Thai kratom tree, Red Vein Thai Kratom leaves are characterized by a reddish midrib and veins. Unlike Red Maeng Da, Red Vein Thai Kratom is more relaxing and is ideal for people suffering from issues with sleep, like insomnia. Since it doesn’t contain as much of the stimulating alkaloids, it works as a soothing agent. If you need to boost your mood while relaxing after a long day, this kratom strain is perfect.

Red Vein Sumatra Kratom 

Direct from Indonesia, Red Vein Sumatra Kratom provides its users with a refreshing and smooth experience. Red Vein Sumatra is one of the most popular strains of kratom grown on the Sumatra Island. Red Vein Sumatra Kratom is great for reducing stress and insomnia, and some kratom enthusiasts who also use this strain for meditation. While a great strain, this one isn’t best for daytime use since it is very relaxing and might make it difficult to concentrate on complicated tasks.


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