Kratom Thai Red Vein Powder

Kratom Thai Red Vein Powder

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Thai Red Vein is the favourite strain of those who prefer the sedating quality of Kratom, but still want to remain active. Thai Red Vein's relaxing character will put a smile on your face, while keeping you focused enough to fully enjoy listening to or making music, playing video games or reading a book. Thai Red Vein is slightly more energetic than Borneo Red Vein a strain with potent sedating effects. So tune in and chill out! Always start with a low dose of Thai Red Vein to test your sensitivity.

Kratom or Mytragyna speciosa is a tree indigenous to Southeast Asia that belongs to the same botanical family as the Coffee tree. The leaf material or resinous extracts have stimulating and sedative properties. There are a wide variety of Kratom strains, usually identified by the colour of the leaf’s vein. The effect depends on the Kratom strain and the dosage. White Vein is generally considered the most stimulating, Red Vein the most sedating, and Green Vein a slightly stimulating strain. Kratom contains over 25 alkaloids. The most prominent are mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine.

Dosage: 3 to 5 grams. Prepare as a tea. Mix the powder with some puree or low-fat yoghurt. Use the 'Toss&Wash Method', or mix the powder with water or fruit juice. An empty stomach helps to maximise the effect.

While stimulating in low doses, Thai Red Vein's baseline is on the relaxing end of the Kratom spectrum. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to unwind body and mind.

Duration of effect: 4 - 6 hours.

Warning & DisclaimerNot for sale to minors. Do not use in combination with alcohol or drugs. Kratom is not suited for frequent use (maximum twice a month). Keep out of reach of children. Do not use in case of pregnancy. Kratom influences the ability to react; do not partake in traffic or use machinery. Do not use Kratom in combination with MAO-inhibitors.

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