Red Thai Kratom has a long-lasting, relaxed performance. Much like other red-veined varieties, Kratom farmers claim that Red Thai’s leaves are more resilient than the leaves used to make Green Thai and White Thai. The red-veined leaves produce a larger yield as well, making Red Thai relatively easy to find.
History of Red Thai Kratom
Red Thai grows naturally in Thailand, hence the name. To get the very best Red Thai, it’s necessary to harvest mature leaves. Red Thai loves a humid, moist environment, along with nutrient-rich soil. Our farmers have found that this particular combination occurs in the heart of central Thailand’s woodlands. Nature started this process thousands of years ago, but farmers can enhance it with the usage of air bubblers in the soil.
The Average Price of Red Thai Kratom
Red Thai isn’t hard to find, which helps keep the prices low. Those who want to try this strain with a 28g (1 oz) pack can expect pricing to range from $6.99 to $14.99. When you bump up to a 100-112g (4 oz) bag, you’ll find prices between $19.99 and $51.99.
Of course, the best value comes from buying bulk Red Thai Kratom. Here at The Golden Monk, we offer fantastic discounts for bulk purchases. For example, you can grab 250g (8.8 oz) of high-quality Red Thai for only $49.99. Or save even more by getting 1 kilo (1,000g/35 oz) for $99.99.
Red Thai’s properties are unique enough that it’s difficult to directly compare it to another Kratom strain. In terms of popularity, it falls between Red Borneo and Red Bali. Each red strain has some commonalities, but the only way to truly understand the Red Thai experience is to know it for yourself.
What Makes Red Thai the Right Choice?
Red Thai offers a different type of red strain performance. This strain has a very unique alkaloid blend making it a popular red variety. If you enjoy red strains but want something a bit unusual, be sure to check out Red Thai Kratom.
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