Red Horn Kratom is one of the most sought-after types of kratom.
However, cultivating it is a lot more difficult than other strains. To achieve potent powder, it needs to be harvested from mature trees.
Because of this, this red strain is not always available. It’s normally produced in small amounts, and it’s not always possible to satisfy the high demand for it.
What Is Red Horn Kratom?
Red Horn Kratom is a rare red strain which is native to Thailand and various regions in Indonesia.
The mature leaves of this kratom have spiked points that resemble horns. They also have red stems and veins.
What Should You Expect From This Powder?
Only get superior Red Horn kratom from our powder.
- High Alkaloid Content: We only allow our growers to harvest large mature leaves. Larger leaves offer stronger kratom properties.
- Finely Ground: All of our Red powder is ground and sifted.
- Fresh and Clean: All our kratom shipments undergo a series of laboratory tests. It is a part of our standard quality measures.
- Quality Assured: Our farmers organically grow trees. Then, they dry leaves indoors to prevent any contamination.
What You Don’t Know About Red Horn Kratom
The Red Horn is a unique strain that we bring to you. The strain is best known for it’s ruby red colors, a clear sign of it’s originality compared to the other strains we have. It originates in Borneo where our harvesters check to make sure to pick the best leaves, naturally grown with spiky tips that look similar to horns on a dragon. This strain breathes fire and sits itself in the sedating category of kratom.
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