Green Bali Capsules
Green Vein Bali Capsules are one of our most popular products up to date. In high demand from newbies and experienced customers alike, Green Vein Bali, much like all Bali strains, hail from the South East region of Asia. Though funnily enough, it is not actually grown in Bali, Indonesia, as one might expect.
The Green Vein Bali Capsules actually hail from a region of the Borneo island, which is a really popular place for cultivating Kratom. There, they use a unique grafting process to get the Green Vein Bali strain. It’s interesting to note that Green Bali Kratom has one of the highest alkaloid contents out there.
A lot of people ask “what does Green Vein Bali do?”. To be fair, they ask that about all our products, but we’re usually adamant to answer them. We don’t like to brag, we won’t tell you oh, it will make you do this or it will make you feel that, like our competitors tend to.
Here, at Green Leaf Kratom, we’re not about empty promises, but rather, we’re all about that creativity.
Green Vein Bali is a creative strain, one that inspires us (and, we hope, you) to be more, to think outside the box. It’s both a thinker and an entertainer. It’s a veritable Renaissance Man of the Kratom universe, meaning that it can do or be just about anything. Kinda like Leonardo Da Vinci.
We know it sounds full of it to even compare a bit of plant-based powder with the greatest thinker of all time, but it’s not that bad, really. See, Da Vinci was an inventor, an all-round talented chap, one possessed with more than human devotion to his craft and who would have stopped at nothing to achieve his goals.
But he needed a clear head to do all that, right? He couldn’t have painted the Mona Lisa or invented the first airplane (or whatever that flying thingy was called) if his thoughts were all jumbled up. He had to relax and focus on his goals in order to achieve them. And we think it’s fair to say that if Leo Da Vinci would have had access to this particular Green Vein Bali Kratom, he would have finished a lot more of those projects he left unfinished.
See what we mean? And do we really need to say more?