White Borneo Kratom Reviews

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White vein Kratom strains are most popular for their mild sedating and medium energetic effects. Its main effects are:

  • Great energetic effect (medium-to-high)
  • Moderate mood enchanting effects
  • Moderate pain relieving effects
  • Mild sedating effects
  • Nootropic effect

Same applies to white Borneo Kratom, which is the perfect strain for you to feel all the strength of the pain relieving, tiredness relieving, mood enhancing and energetic effects to keep you up and running all day.

Reviews:

Most users like this specific strain due to the fact that its effects take place very quickly and offer great effects. But the bad thing about it is that it is a mild strain and you need to take a bit higher dose than usual in order to achieve any effects (or strong effects). But this does not mean you need to overdose it. Users who overdosed white Borneo (more than 17-20gr) complained about dizziness, nausea, headaches etc. So these are possible side-effects that you need to keep away from. All users who left reviews usually started from moderate doses (5-7gr) and found the dose that had the most effect on them.

People who used white Borneo stated that the energetic effects are great: after coming home from a hard day work or after stressful event and things like that that made them tired and gave them a bad mood, they used white Borneo in moderate doses and all of that went away. People state that they are full of energy and ready to continue their day very actively.

Another great effect is the nootropic effect it can offer you, meaning you will be able to do a more productive work with your mind (studying, office or paper work, solving tests etc.) and will help your memory into being better for the time the effects last. Along with that white strain “strengthen” your concentration and keep you more focused that usual. This is one of the best ways to start your day energetically, with a good mood and ready for the adventures life can bring you! Although users claim for white vein to have a nootropic effect, many discussion and arguments are made over that topic. The problem is that while one’s experience this effect and claim that they study and work a lot easier, other claim that they do not experience effect like that. So it really can either be a placebo effect or an organism and dose dependent effect as a matter of fact.

Although white vein strains, including Borneo, are not popular about their side-effects, users note to be careful with high doses. White vein side effects can be much alike all other Kratom effects and bring: 1) dizziness; 2) headaches; 3) nausea; 4) vomiting; 5) in some cases disorientation. The difference between this particular strain with its strongest relative “red vein” is that red vein does not really depend on one’s individual brain chemistry, while white vein can do that, resulting into bringing you opposite effects from what you expected which may be stronger or weaker (again that depends on you individually). The good point is that white vein strains do not increase tolerance to Kratom as rapidly as red vein ones. As it is a stimulating strain, it can have increased heart rate and excessive sweating with redness of the face as a side-effect, so if you have heart issues, don’t even think about it (or any other strain). Well, at least that is what user’s say, which sounds absolutely logical.

The intake methods are the same as when taking any other strain: capsules, tea, powder etc. Some users claim that making a strong extract or tincture out of white vein Borneo and taking it in high doses gives you effect that look like red vein effects, as it gives stronger sedating effects and milder energetic and nootropic. But there are many users and many points of view, so you should try that for yourself. As white vein Borneo is a comparably mild strain, users recommend to create tinctures, strong extracts and resin, as the powder itself may not last for long and you may save a lot of money buying kratom online it all the time (although it is fairly cheap).

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