Kratom at $5 oz

Kratom can be used in almost any situation, and though kratom has a standard set of effects, there are several types available that all have different characteristics. Depending who you are and why you’re considering using kratom, knowing the difference between the varieties is crucial in deciding what to take.

Let’s start with the basics. No matter what variety you choose, users report that kratom tends to be stimulating at lower doses, and sedative at higher doses. People from southeast Asian countries where kratom grows naturally have used small doses of kratom for thousands of years as a way to boost energy levels and help manage aches and pains that come with long days of hard physical labor, much like most of us use coffee to get through the day. Now, onto the specifics.

There are a few general categories of kratom: red vein, green vein, white vein, and yellow vein. “Vein” refers to the color of the veins in the leaf. Users report that red vein kratom is more sedative and is typically best for a relaxing experience. White vein is on the opposite end of the spectrum, with users reporting a more stimulating, energetic experience—like coffee without the jitters. Green vein is somewhere in the middle, with users reporting effects from both ends of the spectrum. For those wanting a more subtle stimulation than white vein, yellow vein kratom is a great option.

Overall, there is a different strain to suit every different occasion, and everyone reacts differently to the plant. Earthly Mist offers kratom for as low as $5.00 an ounce, in order for our customer’s to be able to try every variety to find out what works best for them.

However, if you’re looking for more advice, feel free to contact us directly at: CustomerService@EarthlyMist.com

Although Kratom is federally legal in the United States, the substance is not regulated by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). We would like you to note that although this article contains many points regarding the use of Kratom, they should only serve as a piece of information – not medical advice.

Kratom is not intended to cure, diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or condition. Make sure to speak to a physician if you have questions.