Red Bentuangie Kratom
The first thing that strikes you about this particular red strain is the rich color of its leaves. Their enchanting shade and compelling texture would stop you in your tracks, were you to come across the Bentaungie Kratom tree on a hike and have you reach out and touch them, run your fingers across the soft, mesmerizing leaf and wonder to yourself what makes this tree so special? And you would not be alone in your query. Though fairly new on the Kratom scene, Red Bentuangie is already making quite a name for itself, though not by the interesting shade of its leaves, as few people who purchase it come into contact with the leaves themselves, but rather with this powder here.
What draws so many to this curious powder is the kumbaya attached to it. Like a note that’s been clipped to the package you receive that tells you to just close your eyes, ‘cause you haven’t done that in far too long. Red Bentuangie comes at you in the form of a subtle reminder that here your life is, now. That whatever it is that’s worrying you or weighing on your mind, you should just set it aside, because it’s only causing damage.
Red Bentuangie is one of the more chill members of the Kratom family. Not to lie to you or anything, we have our fair share of lunatics and erratic members who not only want it done, but want it done now, the sort of folk who can’t stand sitting down for too long ‘cause it feels like such a waste of energy. But Red Agie just ain’t one of those. Red Agie actually likes sitting down and feels good about the time others perceive as a waste, because it is in that time that Red Agie gets some of his best living done. All relaxed and sitting there, giving the impression he’s napping, Red Agie is in the present and feels most alive. Feels well, which is not something many can boast of.
Red Bentuangie maybe isn’t your run-of-the-mill go-getter, and if he’ll ever inspire anyone to do something, it won’t be by means of a cheery pep talk or a pat on the back, but by helping them regain their presence. By reminding them that the only present humanity has ever been given is the time of now. The moment they’re inhabiting. Not the future and not the past. By simply making you focus on your current breath, Red Agie reminds you of all the wonders life has to offer.