About White Indo Elephant Kratom Powder
White Indo Elephant, commonly referred to as White Indo, Indo White Vein or White Thai, is grown deep in the rain-forests situated throughout Indonesia including the islands of Borneo, Sumatra and others. This strain received the nickname “Elephant” as this title is indicative of the large size of its leaves. This strain is grown naturally (i.e. in the wild) by specialized kratom farmers who can easily differentiate mature leaves from those that are immature. Our White Indo Elephant is a coarse ground powder with a garden fresh aroma.
What's Unique About White Indo Elephant?
White Indo Elephant is produced purely from white vein kratom leaves. White vein leaves are the most scarce of all the kratom veins as it is the most difficult to locate. This strain has quickly become a favorite among kratom consumers due to it’s unique composition and high alkaloid levels. What distinguishes this white strain from other white vein strains is a higher concentration of the 7-Hydroxymitragynine compound. Moreover, as a white vein leaf, this strain contains a higher ratio of the Mitragynine alkaloid compared to red and green strains, making it a very well rounded kratom strain.
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This product is sold as bulk botanical and aromatic ingredients and we provide no direction for use nor make any claims regarding them. Keep out of reach of children. Must be 21+ to purchase. This product has not been evaluated and approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Any minor attempting to make a purchase will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Due to state laws, we are unable to ship Kratom to Rhode Island, Indiana, Wisconsin, Vermont, Arkansas, Alabama, Washington DC, Alton, Sarasota County, Columbus and San Diego.