If you are trying to decide which type or strain of kratom is best for you, you're not alone. Especially when people are new to the kratom world, they can be somewhat intimidated by all of the different kratom strains available. What does it all MEAN?!?! Which kratom should I take? We've got your answer.
The type of kratom that you should choose should really be determined by what effects you are looking to get from the kratom. ALL kratom strains have what you might call a particular "family" of properties, all of which come from the alkaloids present in the kratom leaves themselves.
The different strains of kratom leaves have different levels of these alkaloids present in them, thus the different strains offering different DEGREES of the various effects that are offered from the kratom leaf as a whole.
We at Guru Kratom have labels designed on each of our kratom products that are a quick reference to the three general benefits that all of the strains have to offer: Stimulation/Energy, Euphoria/Mood Enhancing (natural seratonin and dopamine releasers), and Pain Relief/Sedation/Sleep Aid.
In a nutshell, here are kratom strains and their effects:
RED STRAINS: highest in pain relief/sedation/sleep aid; in small doses, can be stimulating.
Here is where you can buy red kratom strains:
GREEN STRAINS: moderate to good pain relief, high in energy and stimulating alkaloids, high in mood elevating properties.
Buy green kratom strains here:
WHITE STRAINS: highest in clean, pure energy (yet not causing a jittery effect like caffeine), mildest in pain relief properties, mild in mood-enhancing effects.
Here are our white kratom strains for sale:
We always suggest looking at our online product catalog and on each page reading reviews that have been left by verified customers of the Guru.
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