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PDObotanicals' Real Green Malay & White Vein Malaysian Review 1 year 4 weeks ago #39788

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Ive been honored to try Jeffery’s white Malaysian as a gift sample with my order a while back, strong in a soft and potent way, special leaf beyond any doubt ,

I’d like to try his green Malaysian, also the mixing of the two has me intrigued with the blending of qualities they possess..

Much respect to you and Jefferey , thx for what you do Paul !!! (L)

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PDObotanicals' Real Green Malay & White Vein Malaysian Review 1 year 4 weeks ago #39732

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I want to post my thoughts on this Green Malay MD and White Vein Malay MD here. These two strains are, to my knowledge rare, because it is illegal to export kratom from Malaysia. So, why does every Indonesian kratom farmer and his sister claim to be selling Green or Red Malay?

As I point out in my blog this morning ( tinyurl.com/cknnqps ), the alkaloid profile is very different than the Thai or Papua New Guinea strains that apparently predominate in Indonesia, where more of the world's kratom comes from.

So, it's a rare treat to get to sample the "Real Deal" from Malaysia, secured by our friends at Pharmacy Drop Out. Watch out for that White Vein MD they have -- it can be scary when you're not used to a white that's so strong! But the two strains from Malaysia, taken together, make for a nice balanced blend of mellowness, alertness, and tireless energy.

Check it out, while this small batch is available. (My blog -- linked above -- will be moving down my list of posts, as the days pass, so catch it now or be prepared to scroll down to find it. After 15 posts, it's gone!)

Real Green Malay from Malaysia is worth trying. I have had a unique product, grown in Indonesia from a Malay-sourced tree, but I suspect this true Malay phenotype is rarely grown in Indonesia. So get it while it lasts -- it's strong and uniquely different when combined with White Vein Malaysian.
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