The third largest island in the world, Borneo is situated in Southeast Asia and is made up of three territories – Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei (which the entire island is named after) – and spans a massive 287,000 square miles.
With an equatorial climate, Borneo offers the perfect growing conditions for Kratom, with year round and relatively stable temperatures of 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Couple that humidity with the nitrogen rich soil and you have a powerhouse for producing quality Kratom trees; in fact, Kratom is overtaking the production of rubber and palm oil as Borneo’s number one crop.
Borneo White is thus named because of the color of the veins found on the leaves, which are dried and ground to make a fine powder. Unlike Borneo Red, however, the White is more associated with alertness and stamina, not a million miles from its cousin, the coffee tree. The color of the veins and stems of Kratom are sometimes thought to relate to the maturity of the leaf – red being the most mature, while white has had the least amount of time to age, although nobody really knows why the colors and strengths differ.
A highly popular and freshly aromatic strain, our Borneo White has been grown, harvested, and processed by highly experienced farmers, ensuring that the end user receives a product of the highest possible quality. By sourcing directly from the rainforest areas in which it is grown, we are able to keep a close eye on the entire process, from growing right through to the finished powder, and what’s more, our Borneo White is independently lab tested at every stage to make sure that no heavy metals are present, including Cadmium and Mercury, and that it is also free from contaminants and bacteria such as E.coli and Salmonella. We also ensure that our Kratom is mold and years free. In short, you can rest assured that you are buying Borneo White of the highest quality possible.
IMPORTANT: All of our products are always tested by a third party for heavy metals content (Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury), aerobic plate count, yeast, mold, E. coli, Listeria, and Salmonella. It is important to note that all the information provided is strictly for informational purposes. While Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) is recognized in many cultures, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) strictly prohibits internal use of this botanical.