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How is Kratom Made?

Kratom is a natural herb that is native to Southeast Asia. The Mitragyna speciosa tree grows in the wild here along river banks and in the forest. You will find these trees in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. If you are new to this herb you may be wondering, “How is kratom made?” In this guide, we will give you the inside look at the kratom market and how these products are brought to life. 

How is Kratom Made

Kratom Background

Before we get into the process of how kratom is made there are some things that you need to understand. Kratom comes in various vein colors. 

All vein colors will come from the same trees. It will be a matter of their maturity level as to when they are harvested. In addition to the vein colors, a user will also have a multitude of strains to choose from. The most popular strains include Maeng Da, Borneo, Bali, Hulu, Horn, and Malay. 

Kratom Harvest

Skilled farmers will know the right time to harvest kratom. Harvesting will occur according to the type of kratom they are producing. It will widely go off the maturity levels of the leaves. Most kratom farmers will grow their trees in a controlled environment. This will allow them to closely monitor their crop and produce kratom that is consistent in its potency levels. 

Kratom also grows in the wild, but these crops are much harder to monitor and harvest. Top producers will always grow their crops in a controlled environment. Once the leaves are harvested, they will go through a specialized drying process. It is during this time that the alkaloid profile will be locked in. 

Various drying methods can be used to produce different types of kratom. Most leaves will be set out in the sun to dry. However, there is a fermentation process that can be conducted to produce a unique strain of kratom known as Bentuangie. This type of kratom is rare and not offered by all vendors. 

Another drying method is done through light deprivation. All these different techniques are conducted to create unique kratom strains that are highly sought after. The harvesting of kratom is highly important to the finalized product. It will determine the alkaloid content which is offered in each strain. Just be certain you understand that not all kratom strains are created equally. This is what makes them unique. You will want to find a strain that suits your specific needs. 

We always ask that you consult with your physician before trying kratom. They will be able to guide you in selecting a strain. If they feel kratom is not right for you, they will be able to make recommendations of other supplements that may be a better fit for you. 

How Is Kratom Made?

Once the leaves are harvested and go through the drying process, they will then be crushed into a powder. This powder is ultra-fine and has the consistency of flour. Kratom powder tends to be the top choice for users. However, this powder can also be used to make other products such as capsules, extracts, tinctures, and tablets. 

Making kratom is a skilled profession that should only be conducted by skilled farmers who have the right know-how. They will be able to produce products that are high quality and safe for consumers.  

A lot of users will choose to buy kratom powder and make their own extracts or capsules. This can save them some money, as these types of products tend to be pricier when bought through a vendor. This is because extra manufacturing goes into making these products. 

So, if you would like to create your own kratom products, you could check out our guides here on Oasis kratom:

  1. How To Make Kratom Soap
  2. Making a DIY ‌Kratom‌ ‌Tincture
  3. How To Make Kratom Extracts At Home
  4. How Much Kratom Is In A Capsule?

Oasis Kratom

Here at Oasis Kratom, we offer top-quality kratom powderscapsules, and extracts. You will find popular strains such as Maeng DaBorneo, and Dragon. If you are looking for something specific reach out to us. We would be happy to help you! Thanks for stopping by and we hope you understand more about how kratom is made.

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Written by Jen Reaney

Published on October 7th, 2021