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A Beginner’s Guide to Kratom.

A Beginner’s Guide to Kratom.
May 19, 2022 Prajyot Kadam

Kratom is a natural stimulant derived from the Matragyna Speciosa tree. Millions of people worldwide use the herb to improve more, alertness, and sleep, and help treat pain. Newbies are often confused over the type of strains or veins they find online. Another challenge they face is getting the right dose. Before you begin taking kratom, you should be aware of the types, dosages, and side effects.

Should I buy red vein kratom or blue vein? What is Maeng Da? How much should I take? Let us help clear the confusion. This blog is a simple guide for beginners on how to choose the best strain and kratom dosage.

What are kratom veins?

Kratom can be grouped by the color of their veins and stalks. You can further classify them into strains. For example, if you buy red vein kratom online, you may find strains such as Red Bali, Red Thai, or Red Sumatra. Kratom veins have unique alkaloid profiles and therefore work differently in the body.

Red vein: Red vein kratom is more relaxing than other veins. They are also great for pain. Many beginners start with red vein kratom because of its mild effects. Some strains include; Red Bali and Red Sumatra.

White vein: White vein kratom makes you more energetic and focused- imagine it as the opposite of the red-veined variant. Some strains of white vein kratom include; white Maeng Da kratom, White Bali, etc.

Green vein: Green vein kratom combines the best of both worlds. Depending on your dose, it can either be soothing or stimulating. Common strains include

Yellow vein: Manufacturers sometimes combine different herb veins and strains to produce “hybrid” kratom to enhance some desired effects. Examples of such hybrids are yellow and gold vein kratom.

Right dose for a beginner.

As with all things, beginners should start slow. You can categorize doses as high or low doses. Although the strain will affect how you feel, the dosage also impacts the final results. 1-5 grams of the herb is regarded as a low dose and recommended for beginners. Generally, low doses provide a more stimulating effect, while high doses may cause a more sedating or euphoric effect on your mind or body.

It is equally important for beginners to be aware of the side effects. You would typically feel this when you have taken more than your body can handle. Some of the side effects include; nausea, vomiting, constipation, drowsiness, and dry mouth.

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