Kratom Strain Guide – Differences In Strains

February 26, 2016 // Posted in Kratom  

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I have been getting a lot of questions about the differences in the Kratom plant strains. So I created a video “Kratom Strain Guide” to show everyone what the visual differences are and how to tell the Kratom plants apart from one another by strain. There are many differences in the strains. Some of the differences might be small, but if you are thinking about cultivating these plants, than it’s very important to learn the differences. There color of the leaf veins can help identify the strain, but you also need to check other parts of the plant for proper identification of the Kratom strain.

At the end of the video, you should be able to tell the difference in each of the five total Kratom plant strains that are available online. Some of these Kratom plant strains are rare and hard to find. If you are looking for a place to get your own Kratom plant, Check the video description for the best place to get your Kratom plants.

What are the differences in Kratom Strains



In the video above, You will see the differences in all five Kratom plants.

  1. Super Green Malaysian Kratom Plants
  2. Pink Vein Indonesian Kratom Plants
  3. Red Vein Thailand Kratom Plants
  4. Bumblebee Kratom Plants
  5. Rifat Kratom Plants

After watching this Kratom plant guide video, you should be able to see the differences and make up your mind, on which Kratom plant that you want to attain. Just remember there are five total strains of Kratom which you can grow at home, So you can start out with two plants and then you can get the others later if you prefer. If you are already good at growing Kratom plants and you know what you’re doing, You might as well just get all give strains and start the whole collection.

Thanks for checking out my post about Kratom plant strains. I hope you enjoyed the video. You can follow me on twitter here

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