Harvested from the leaves of freshly picked Maeng Da Kratom from a plantation in South-East Asia, they’re ground down into a very fine powder and encapsulated and distributed into the United States and other countries around the globe.
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The name was coined a long time ago someplace far, far away. With many vendors trying to carve a stack of the Kratom industry or control it, a catchy name meant better exposure, and in tune, better sales.
Maeng Da means “pimp grade” or simply “pimp” in Thai. The vendor who coined the name of Maeng Da name strains did so to increase the exposure of their products and increase their Kratom sales. The title created a buzz with the connotation that it had above standard potency. As such, people believed it was far stronger, and therefore better.
This means that a vendor was scrounging the Kratom realm providing with new features that users could try. And it worked; the marketing work exceptionally well.
With that in mind, while marketing is necessary for any industry, even the kratom industry, it is essential for consumers to understand what they are purchasing. In this case, the term Maeng Da is just as marketing tool vendors used and still use to attract customers.
As is the case every other Kratom strain on the market, Kratom emanates from the red leaves of the Kratom tree. The only differentiating factor between the different strains is the drying process that harvesters use. However, all Kratom strains are derived from the red leaves.
The drying process creates the strain’s color, whether red, white, or green. To achieve the Kratom variations that we have come to know, some producers dry the leaves indoors or outdoors, thereby leading to vastly different strains. There are even variations occasioned by the fermentation process, the UV light the leaves are exposed to, and the lamplight present during indoor drying.
However, the most critical factor that causes variation is the location of the plant, the soil makeup, and content, and the amount of rain the plant received during the rainy season.
The growing conditions also have a tremendous effect on the strains you get. For instance, during the rainy season, the leaves yield less potent Kratom leaves. However, the venation color does not affect the potency of the final product — only the drying process.
The Kratom Production Process
The green leaves are dried indoors in air-conditioned dark spaces. After that, the leaves are dried outside for about an hour.
The white leaves are typically produced by drying the leaves entirely indoors – with no light at all. The reds, on the other hand, are made drying the leave under sunlight or UV light or through fermentation.
Yellow leaves are produced by blending the green and red strains.
The red leaves are created by drying the bagged leaves indoors. These conditions enable fermentation to take place. Since the kratom trees typically red vein leaves, there is not much else you need to do to achieve the red color.
A lot of the Red and Green Maeng Da are blends with white veins in them. Adding the white strain makes for a much stronger strain. As such, the main reason why producers use recipes with white veins is to increase the potency of their products. And this is why many people call the Red Maeng Da the “day-time red.”