Tuesday, June 19, 2012

What is the difference between Red Vein, White Vein, and Green Vein Kratom?

Green Vein Kratom
White Vein Kratom
Red Vein Kratom
White, Green, Red? What you need to know on the strains. - by DMF

Kratom aromatherapy sessions are a fragile thing to begin with. But if
you are new to the scene and are just learning the ropes, there is a
LOT of information out there and the majority of it is confusing. For
one, you have all these options in front of you and its really hard to
choose a strain if you have no idea what to expect or what each strain
helps you with. The color indicated is given to the vein of the leaf
before being made into the incense powder.

White Strains: These are your energetic strains. People who have
exhaustion issues or if they're on medication that makes them drowsy, a white strain aromatherapy session might be beneficial to them. Some aromatherapists say that these particular strains are the "uptight"ones and anyone who suffers from jitters (that caffeine would bring) should probably either stay away from these or find a blend that takes
the edge off the smoke.

Green Strains: These are your strains that are in the middle of the road. They are neither too energetic or too sedating. Several
aromatherapists use green strains to extend the life of a session. It is also noted that if you are becoming sensitive to either a white strain or red strain, blending it with a green strain gets your session back on track. Many blends have green strains in them simply because of the synergy involved. Green usually blends well with everything.

Red Strains: These are your sedating strains. It should also be noted that anyone who is a chronic pain sufferer or insomnia sufferer, finds red strain aromatherapy sessions beneficial. While although it has been said that lower gram sessions are more stimulating, it various from person to person and any connoisseur describes the red strains as relaxing and sedating.

Several vendors give each strain their own personal name, but they all fall into these three categories. And as it has been said in a previous entry, several vendors are making blends and calling it a  single strain. Please know what you are burning and ask your vendor if they follow these misleading practices.

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