My Review of Thai Kratom Strains

When I first started taking kratom, I strayed away from thai strains because I thought that they were weak. However, over time I really feel that a lot of thai strains have become much more potent, and at the moment they're one of my favorites, especially a good red vein thai. While I typically vary the strains I take, I have found myself taking more and more thai, so I figured I might as well do a review on different thai strains I like.


Red Vein Thai

For me this is the king of all thai strains. The reason for this is because a good red vein thai has both the stimulating effects of a thai as well as the painkilling effects of a bali or borneo strain. This makes the strain very good for everyday use. Although I try and vary strains, this past month I've been using RVT at about half the time, which is a pretty large amount for me.

Green Vein Thai

Green vein thai is very rare to find, I've only found about two different high quality green vein thai strains since I started taking kratom, which was a while ago. However, a good green vein thai is overall lighter and more subtle than a red vein thai, but it has some very unique properties and provides a very crisp type of focus which I really enjoy.

White Vein Thai

White vein thai, while typically being the weakest in painkilling effects, is still pretty useful. I know a lot of people who really like this type, despite it not being my favorite. This type of thai is best for thoes who are looking for a good stimulating effect without any of the heavier effects. This strain is used commonly for its antidepressant effects and can be a good substitute for coffee in the morning.

This is my review of different thai strains, and I intend to do a review on different vendors thai strains soon too so I would like input!