Location / History
White Horn Kratom is a strain that a lot of people may not have heard about before due to its source being limited. The strain White Horn is grown and harvested from spiked leaves of the Mitragyna Speciosa tree in the tropical rain forests of West Kalimantan in Indonesia. This is a native strain that has a limited production rate because the cultivation and harvesting of this strain are more difficult than other types of Kratom strains.
White Horn Kratom has a long history where local inhabitants of Thailand, Indonesia, and Borneo have been producing high-quality Kratom for thousands of years. The Kratom trees in these hot and humid regions thrive among other vegetative crops, plants, and wildlife. Southeast Asia is the world’s largest producer of Kratom and the native home to White Horn Kratom.
Potency / Chemical Structure
A White Horn Kratom review on a science news website revealed that “spiked leaves” of the Mitragyna Speciosa plant contain more alkaloids per mass when compared to traditional strains. Meaning, White Horn Kratom has high levels of alkaloids 7-Hydrocymitragynine (7HG) and Mitragynine (MG), making this strain more potent than some of the best-selling white-veined strains currently on the market. White Horn Kratom has a unique chemical structure due to the alkaloid content of the harvested spiked leaves.
Physical Appearance / Effects
Unlike most strains with oval-shaped and rounded leaves, White Horn Kratom is sourced from spiked leaves. The leaves have the same green-colored characteristics with 12-17 pairs of veins but develop spiked tips. The plant in these regions has an average height of 50 feet with some growing much taller.