Meet Jeruk, the latest addition to our variety of kratom strains. What and where is Jeruk Kratom from? Jeruk, translated from Indonesian means orange! The farmers simply named it Jeruk because the vein colour was not quite red. Jeruk kratom is grown organically at one of the KUK locations in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
There is a worldwide misconception when it comes to kratom strains and vein colours. Most users believe the colour of the vein is due to the genetics of the kratom tree, this is just not the case! Think of kratom like a traffic light, the age and maturity of the tree decides the vein colour.
1-4 Years – Green Vein
4-6 Years – Yellowing from green, moving towards red
6-9 Years – Red or turning to red with distinct dark orange tones.
10-15+ Years – White Vein
Generally speaking, red vein kratom has higher 7-OHM (7-hydroxymitragnine). It is no surprise that a red vein kratom is at the prime of its life. Nature has a way of warning us using colours and red is normally associated with danger, virility or strength. That does not mean a red vein kratom is toxic, it just means it’s at the prime of its life! Grown under the optimum conditions it is packed full of its highly prized alkaloids.
Jeruk (orange kratom) is excellent quality, it is fresh and fragrant to the smell. Jeruk is high in 7-OHM so we already know it’s a good choice for pain and withdrawals from highly addictive drugs. While Jeruk packs a punch for pain, I find it very inspirational but calming at the same time. I feel the calming nature of this strain could be very useful for anxiety or depression.
While Jeruk was harvested when the vein was dark orange, we don’t want to create hype and call it an orange vein. We have simply categorised Jeruk a new and exciting red Indo.
The only drawback with this strain is the amount we currently have in stock, we plan to have more on the next shipment so we will be able to offer larger quantities for better value.
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