Green Malay Kratom: The Best Malay Kratom Strain in 2021?
Kratom is an evergreen plant primarily grown in South East Asia. Its leaves are dried in open air and then ground into a fine residue. The resulting powder has distinct physical and physiological characteristics which determine the ‘strain’ of kratom to which it belongs.
In this article, we’re going to review the Green Malay Kratom strain. We’d discuss this strain’s benefits, its potential side effects, recommended dosage and more. We’re also going to shed light on the ingredients that make up Green Malay Kratom.
Those of you who are looking for something that could help kick start their day on a positive note would do well to read this review to the end. You might also want to know more about Green Malay Kratom if you intend to reduce your anxiety levels and improve your focus.
What is Green Malay Kratom?
Green Malay Kratom, short for Green Malaysian Kratom, is a green strain of kratom that is known for its ability to provide users with smooth, long lasting energy, with a nice euphoric buzz and boost in focus, as well.
Green Malay Kratom is harvested in the middle stage of the kratom tree’s life cycle, which gives it its green color. In my opinion, it’s one of the best green kratom strains for energy, especially if you get easily over-stimulated.
It’s a little bit slower compared to Thai Kratom strains, or White Vein Kratom strains, but that hasn’t stopped thousands of people from using it to still get a nice boost in energy that’s smooth and stable, with a nice euphoric buzz.
Green Malay Pros:
- Nice Boost in Energy
- Very Smooth & Stable
- Increase in Euphoria
- Happiness & Joyfulness
- Reduced Depression
- Very Stable & Reliable Strain
Green Malay Cons:
- Not As Energizing As White Strains
- Overdose Can Cause Nausea
- Not As Sedating As Red Strains
Overall, Green Malay is one of my favorite strains of Green Vein Kratom. It’s probably one of the best kratom strains for getting work done, because it gives a great boost in energy, but also mood, which makes getting work done easy.
Green Kratom Benefits
Overall, Green Malay kratom is one of the best kratom strains for improving overall mood, helping with mild pain relief, reducing anxiety, improving symptoms of depression, and much, much more.
Here are the major benefits of Green Malay kratom:
People who are always feeling edgy have much to gain from using Green Malay. Research has proven that when taken in small doses, kratom and its trains do enhance mood. [R]
They do that by lowering your anxiety levels and improving physical energy (as explained below). That’s not all.
The feeling of upliftment that comes after ingesting Green Malay is very different from the ‘high’ caused by consuming drugs that dull pain. Those drugs make you feel happy by dulling your senses. Green Malay, on the contrary, uplifts your mood while keeping your ability to sense emotions intact.
Green Malay kratom relieves pain by interacting with 5-HT receptors in our body. [R]
These receptors are responsible for influencing various neurological and biological processes such as pain, mood, appetite, anxiety, aggression, cognition and more.
Upon interacting with Green Malay kratom, these receptors produce and release happy hormones in our body. These hormones then travel to those body parts that are in pain, before overwhelming the pain receptors and providing (almost) instant pain relief.
Experts tell us that people who are more focused at work tend to have higher productivity, deal with lower stress levels, and finish assignments much before deadlines. Their ability to complete the assigned tasks quickly allows them to maintain a better work-life balance.
Green Malay Kratom helps you enjoy all the benefits mentioned above. It does that by improving the blood supply to your brain. This will relax your brain and help it concentrate more on the tasks you’re performing, thereby raising your alertness level.
Did you know that athletes take alkaloids for physical training enhancement? They are reservoirs of nitrogen – which is associated with growth, tissue repair and metabolism. Nitrogen is also essential for our overall health because it enables blood, oxygen, and nutrients to reach every body part quickly.
Once inside our body, nitrogen is converted into nitric oxide. Research has shown that people with a limited amount of nitric oxide are at an increased risk of diabetes, heart diseases and erectile dysfunction. Taking Green Malay Kratom in small doses will help keep all these issues at bay. [R]
Depression is a major health problem these days. Estimates claim that at least 6.7 percent of American adults, or 16.2 million adults in the US, endure at least one major depressive episode every year. This not only jeopardizes their health but can also put their life at risk. [R]
Green Malay is one of the very few strains of kratom that can cope with depression. Mainly because it’s incredibly potent when it comes to having a soothing and calming effect on your mind. But also because it improves blood flow to the brain and allows it to relax.
Green Malay Review
When it comes to kratom, I know my stuff. I’ve been an avid kratom user for many years now, and I’ve tried all kinds of different strains, extracts, capsules, and powders… so when I say I love Green Malay, I really mean it.
Green Malay is probably my favorite strain to get work done (in fact, I’m taking some right now). The feeling you get with Green Malay is unlike any other strain of kratom—it’s like a Zen-like focus with the euphoria of a Buddhist monk.
Here’s what I love about Green Malay:
- Strong Yet Stable Effects
- Nice Boost in Energy
- Huge Boost in Mood
- Great for Getting Work Done
When it comes to kratom strains, Green Malay is my favorite for getting work done. It makes even the most mundane or annoying of tasks a cinch. Let’s take a look at the different varieties of Malay Kratom, though.
Malay Kratom Strains Comparison
All the different strains of kratom can be confusing—even within the Malay Kratom strain, there’s all different types of colors and strains you can take. Red Malay Kratom, White Malay Kratom, Gold Malay Kratom—what’s the difference?
This can be very overwhelming for beginners, so I’d like to make things simple. Personally, I recommend you start off by trying some Green Malay Kratom, following the dosage protocols we recommend down below.
Then, from there, you can experiment with the different strains of Malay Kratom depending on which effects you want to place more of an emphasize on. So, with that in mind, here’s an overview on the Malay Kratom colors.
Green Malay vs. Red Malay Kratom
Red Vein Kratom strains are typically going to be “slower” than Green Vein strains of kratom, so that alone should explain the difference between these two strains of Malay Kratom. Overall the Malay Kratom variety of kratom is a nice, balanced kratom strain that isn’t too strong or too weak.
Red Malay Kratom is going to be more sedating, relaxing, euphoric, and pain relieving than Green Malay Kratom, but that doesn’t mean that Green Malay doesn’t have these effects at all. In fact, it has a lot of these effects.
The main difference is that Green Malay is going to be more geared towards giving you energy and focus, which makes it best for getting tasks done, such as work, organizing, household chores, and things like that.
Green Malay vs. White Malay Kratom
White Malay Kratom, on the other hand, is going to be the opposite of Red Malay Kratom. The White Vein Kratom strains are far more energizing and uplifting, with less of an emphasis on pain relief or relaxation.
Again, that doesn’t mean that they won’t give you some euphoria or relaxation effects, because they will—but White Malay Kratom is far more energizing and stimulating than Green Malay, making it ideal for physical activity.
Personally, I prefer Green Malay, because I find White Malay Kratom to be too stimulating to take every single day. It’s nice before the gym or before I go out to party and dance, but Green Malay is my go-to strain of kratom on a daily basis.
Green Vein vs. Gold Malay Kratom
Gold Vein kratom is one of the more rare strains of kratom, but it’s still relatively common. When it comes to kratom, Gold Vein strains are typically closest to Red Vein Kratom strains in terms of their effects.
While Gold Malay Kratom isn’t as sedating or relaxing as Red Malay Kratom is, this specific strain of kratom is still very relaxing and will take you to a nice mental place of euphoria, joy, and stress-relief.
It’s more sedating than Green Malay, but also less energizing, so this makes it best for relaxing. Personally, if I want to relax, I’ll just take some Red Maeng Da, but Green Malay will always be king for productivity in my eyes.
Green Malay Kratom Dosage
You need to consider multiple factors when determining the appropriate dosage of Green Malay Kratom for yourself. They include your age, weight, tolerance level and metabolism. However, based on experiences of previous users, here’s an estimated dosage guideline of Green Malay kratom:
- 2 to 4 grams for focus and concentration
- 4 to 6 grams for moderate discomfort alleviation
- 8 to 10 grams for pain relief and relaxation
Depending on where you buy kratom from, and depending on the quality of the source you buy it from, you may have to take more or less. With a high quality source, a lower dosage will be more powerful than a higher dosage of junk.
Green Malay Kratom Side Effects
Any strain of kratom can have nasty side effects if you take too much. It’s especially important to note that the stronger strains such as Red Maeng Da have a higher likelihood of giving you side effects.
That being said, I’ve been taking kratom for years (including Green Malay) and the only time I ever have side effects is when I take way more than the recommended dosages or mix kratom with other drugs or alcohol (which is a big no).
Here are some potential side effects of kratom:
- Upset Stomach
- Dry Mouth
- Loss of Appetite
Overall, Green Malay is a very mild strain of kratom, so you probably won’t run into any side effects unless you take way more than you should be taking. Always start with a small dose of Green Malay, and slowly work your way up.
Remember that you can always take more, so there’s no need to take a whole bunch at once. Most importantly, DO NOT combine kratom with other drugs or alcohol, as this can increase the likelihood of side effects.
Green Malay kratom offer multiple benefits when ingested in moderate amounts. They include pain relief, higher energy levels, lower anxiety levels and fewer bouts of depression, and more. It also increases blood flow to the brain, increasing your focus and concentration levels.
However, if you start overusing this natural product, it might result in the side effects mentioned above. You’d thus do well to follow the correct dosage guidelines based on your weight, age, metabolism, and tolerance level.