American Grown Kratom Blog

How to cure Mitragyna Speciosa leaf harvest for red, green, and white strains.

How to cure Mitragyna Speciosa leaf harvest for red, green, and white strains. How to cure Mitragyna Speciosa leaf harvest for red, green, and white strains.Β  – REMEMBER STEM VEIN COLOR DOES NOT EQUAL END MATERIAL COLOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!With that out of the way curing is a drying method. ————————————————————————————————————–(ADHD version of this guide) 1. Place clippings in brown paper bag first to remove majority of moisture. The dry material will be cured GREEN. Do not stack leaves ruffle them up spread them out. 2. Take your dried green cure out in a few days and put it in a clear plastic […]

@BotanicalQueens Collab! – Explaining American Kratom Leaf

@BotanicalQueens Collab! – Explaining American Kratom Leaf For this video we are partnering with @BotanicalQueens on Youtube ( https://www.youtube.com/c/BotanicalQueens/featured ). Thank you so much Emily from for allowing us to come on and talk about American Kratom. And highlight one of our 11 year old 40ft pink vein kratom trees. It is one of the tallest and oldest kratom trees in the United States. In this video, we go over what our American Kratom nursery looks for in picking fresh organic American Kratom Leaf. How to shape your kratom trees growing at home for a long term viability when picking. […]

Picking 10ft kratom tree before transport

Picking 10ft kratom tree before transport Picking 10ft kratom tree before transport- We are picking this 2 year old 10ft tall kratom tree before we transport it. We do this so that the leaf does not get damaged during transport. 40mph winds can damage kratom leaf. It is best to wrap them up if you can. You can see us drive the tree here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zC6HwWBL2os&t=1s and you can see the tree vertical where I failed to move it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V70Iv9xrNR4&t=3s . This tree is one of 3 that we have to move and I will post the other moves when […]

Another successful kratom tree pickup! 7/29/2021

Another successful kratom tree pickup! 7/29/2021 I was told this tree was about 2 years old but I am highly skeptical only because it looks more like a 5 year old tree. Although it is possible. Martha was the previous owner of these trees and she said that she bought them from My trees of life. Thankfully Josh helped us out with his truck and engine lift. Without the engine lift we would not have gotten it into the tuck. The tree ripped apart both our my shoes and will have to be replaced. took us from 10 am to […]