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When it comes to kratom, the countries that first come to your mind are probably Indonesia or Thailand, or even Papua New Guinea. These countries are known for producing kratom that’s used in green vein, red vein, or white vein forms. However, did you know that there’s a type of kratom that’s predominantly known for being a yellow vein kratom strain? Enter Yellow Vietnam Kratom.
Yellow Vietnam Kratom is an interesting kratom strain to learn about. As the name suggests, the kratom strain comes from Vietnam, a country that, while also coming from the southeast Asia region, is not that well-known for producing kratom. The fact is, however, that kratom has actually been growing in the country for quite a while now, and the market has only recently caught up with them.
One other thing worth pointing out is that Yellow Vietnam Kratom is arguably one of, if not the most popular yellow vein kratom strain today. But why is that so? Read on to learn out more about the wondrous effects of Yellow Vietnam Kratom, and why it serves as the poster child for yellow vein kratom strains.
If there’s one reason why Yellow Vietnam Kratom is so famous, it’s because it’s extremely potent. In fact, it’s said to be one of the strongest yellow vein kratom strains we know of so far. This, of course, makes Yellow Vietnam Kratom quite popular, because it’s the best strain to try out for the full yellow vein kratom experience. For kratom enthusiasts, this is a must-buy and must-try for them.
Another curious property of Yellow Vietnam Kratom is its taste. As you may know, most kratom strains taste bitter. Sure, there may be a few that lean towards the sweeter side, but for the most part, every dose of kratom will leave you with that bitter aftertaste.
This is different with Yellow Vietnam Kratom, though. Unlike its bitter counterparts, Yellow Vietnam Kratom is said to be predominantly sweet – something you normally wouldn’t expect from a kratom strain. This makes Yellow Vietnam Kratom even more popular, as users who don’t like having to ingest bitter powder can rather enjoy a sweet aftertaste with Yellow Vietnam Kratom.
Finally, let’s talk a bit about the origin of Yellow Vietnam Kratom’s color. We covered in our yellow vein kratom article that the distinct yellow color is likely the result of a special drying process. That might not be the case with Yellow Vietnam Kratom, however. Yellow Vietnam Kratom grows in a unique environment, with a special combination of soil and climate. It is possible that this environment is what results in the distinct yellow color of Yellow Vietnam Kratom.
Yellow Vietnam Kratom is quite potent when it comes to its potential effects. The first potential effect is relaxation and a “chilled-out” aura. This effect is potentially more pronounced than the other strains in the yellow vein family.
One interesting thing to note, however, is that Yellow Vietnam Kratom may not work as a potential mood-enhancer. This is very interesting, as almost all kratom strains, whether it be red, white, or green vein, have a potential mood-enhancement effect. You may not experience any of that with Yellow Vietnam Kratom.
Because of how potent Yellow Vietnam Kratom is, it’s recommended that you take a bit less than you normally would with kratom strains. An initial dose of 0.5 to 1 gram should be enough, and you’ll experience the full effect at around 3-5 grams. You can try more, just be wary of any side-effects.
It’s difficult to recommend a kratom strain similar to Yellow Vietnam Kratom, as it doesn’t have any sedative effect, which is very unusual for kratom strains in general. You may find something that’s to your liking among other yellow vein kratom strains, though.