Green Malay, with its light green hue, is named after the official language of Malaysia where it is indigenous from. Green Malay is known to be one of the more classic and well-known of the green strains and a classic strain of Kratom in general.
How to enjoy Green Malay
Kratom tea is a favorite among Kratom users, especially those who want a warming and lasting experience. Kratom tea must be gently simmered rather than boiled, as this protects the alkaloids (e.g. mitragynine). Heating the tea too much risks burning off the alkaloids, and destroying Kratom’s effects.
Mixing Green Malay powder into a cup of hot water is an effective trick to get “instant” Kratom tea. If you find the Kratom has an overly intense, bitter taste, stir in some sugar, honey or any other sweetener. This will make the Kratom go down much more easily!
You can also “toss and wash” Green Malay powder, for faster delivery of Kratom’s effects into the body. This method works by scooping powder into the mouth and swilling it down with water. “Toss and wash” is also good if you simply don’t have the time or opportunity to brew tea.
However, not everyone likes the naturally bitter Kratom flavor, which really powers through with toss and wash. If this is you, sticking to the tea may be best for you!
If you’re looking for a Kratom powder that gets the job done without any fear of the strength being overwhelming, then Green Malay is the strain for you. This strain may be of interest epically for those who are taking Kratom as beginners and first time users.