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Bali

kratom-leafBali kratom is one of the most popular strains.  It is recognized by the rich green of the leaves.

What is interesting to note about Bali is that in actuality, there isn’t much kratom grown there.  The name seems to be derived from the fact that Bali is a major port area and a lot of shipping takes place there.  Early on it is surmised that if it came from the general area it was all called Bali.

The characteristics of these plants can be found in many strains throughout the region. It is known for it’s quick growth making it a growers favorite but this quick growth also promote a think cell wall so it takes time for the aromatic effect.  This quick growth makes it a cost effective solution that provides plenty of results.

The aromatic effects are primarily for pain reduction and slight mood elevation.  If you are looking for something stimulating others are better suited.

Bali is an island of Indonesia. Located eight degrees just south of the equator. It does not experience much of an annual range in temperature. It has two season periods, wet and dry, which differ in characteristics. The wet season of Bali is highly experienced in December and January ending in April. Bali’s humidity averages at 85%, which makes the weather unbearable.

Throughout the rainy season the heat is at its peak. The rain brings a cooling effect, but with increasing humidity. It consists of daily downpours with April being the hottest month. With the rainfall, the leaf fall is abundant and new growth of Kratom leaves is plentiful. Kratom is preferably grown in wet, rich soils, often swampy areas. Bali Blast Kratom trees are sensitive to drought and without the rainfall, the Kratom leaves will not be rich in phytochemical compounds.  As a side note, Kratom could be sensitive to frost if not grown in its natural habitat.

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