What Is Green Dragon?
Green Dragon Kratom comes from the leaves of the Mitragyna Speciosa tree located in Southeast Asia. This is an evergreen tree and is prevalent in areas such as Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Borneo, and much more. Green Dragon is a mixture of several green strains and tends to be an olive green color.
Where Does Green Dragon Originate From?
Since Green Dragon is a mixture of green-veined kratom it does not really have an area where it originated from. This blend is liked by those who are fans of green-veined kratom.
How Is Green Dragon Kratom Made?
Unlike other strains of kratom, Green Dragon does not grow naturally. Once harvested, the leaves will be crushed into a powder. This powder will then be packaged and sold to vendors. It can also be used to make other kratom products such as capsules and tinctures.
The American Kratom Association
The American Kratom Association is known as the main support system for kratom in the United States. They have been successful in their efforts, and as a result, many legislations that intended on banning kratom have been overturned.
Since kratom is an unregulated industry there’s a lot of room for fakes and scams. The AKA has designed GMP guidelines to help vendors offer kratom that is unadulterated and contaminants-free.
We are proud members of the American Kratom Association. This means when you buy from us you are getting the highest quality kratom on the market. In addition to offering support and placing guidelines for vendors to follow, the AKA is also working to get each state to adopt the Kratom Consumer Protection Act.
This Act will help regulate the industry and keep it from becoming outlawed. To learn more about the AKA and their efforts visit their website.
We offer a number of capsules and powders including Green Borneo, Green Dragon, Green Maeng Da, and Green Sumatra. Don’t forget to check out our range of capsules as well.
If you like Green Dragon Kratom you could also try these vein colors:
Check if Green Dragon Kratom is legal in your state.