Mitragyna speciosa, or plain leaf kratom, is native to Southeast Asia. Commercially grown in the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Borneo, kratom has historically been consumed in the area for generations as a traditional medicine.
While farmers and workers in the region typically chew on wild kratom leaves for a boost of energy, the way it’s dried and processed can have different effects on the body.
Red Vein kratom is know for it's calm, mellow, and sedative effects.
White Vein kratom is commonly consumed to keep you alert, awake, and focused.
Green Vein kratom is essentially a mix of both red and white vein to create a sense of relaxation while still offering an alert focus.