White Bali Kratom offers a long-lasting, smooth, and balanced performance. Between these desirable qualities and its frequent availability, White Bali has long held a top spot as one of the most beloved Kratom strains.
History of White Bali Kratom
Just like Green Bali and Red Bali, the White-veined version doesn’t actually trace its origin to Bali. You’re also not going to find any Bali Kratom trees growing in Bali. Instead, this strain’s name comes from the largest Kratom export area in the world.
White Bali stands apart from other white strains due to its particular makeup. In fact, this strain comes from exceptionally large Kratom leaves. The trees grow in Borneo near natural water sources such as the Kapuas River and the Sibau watersheds. We work with local farmers who have grown up around Mitragyna speciosa trees to ensure the highest possible quality.
The Average Price of White Bali Kratom
If you’re looking for a small package of White Bali Kratom powder, you can expect to pay between $7.99 and $15.99 for 28g. Some vendors sell White Bali capsules too, and the typical starting price is around $18 for a 25-count bottle. In larger quantities, vendors tend to package 100-112g for anywhere from $19.99 to $54.99.
If you’re looking for bulk White Bali, The Golden Monk has got you covered! Our 250g to 1 kilo (1,000g) packages range from $49.99 to $99.99.
White Bali has its own specific qualities. However, some do compare it to White Borneo and White Sumatra. This makes sense when you consider that Bali Kratom trees were created as a hybrid between Borneo and Sumatra trees.
What Makes White Bali the Right Choice?
White-veined Kratom enthusiasts tend to really enjoy White Bali. Anyone who has been pleased with other whites – or who is considering buying a white strain for the first time – should strongly consider checking out White Bali to find out why it has so many fans.
Disclaimer: This product is not used to treat, cure. or mitigate any disease, illness, ailment, and/or condition. Please see FDA import alert 54-15. We make no representations as to intended use or suitability for use. View the full product disclaimer and terms of purchase.
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