Kind Leaf Naturals Green, White, and Red, MD early impressions review
They're good, even very good if you like "Olde Skoole" Maeng Da Kratom.
I get the sense that choice leaves were used, with just a bit of bones in the Green and White, and they were dried and cured to the peak of their potency. The Green and White are pretty fast, with their speed being their most prominent feature, though they have enough of the other feel good effects so as to not seem lacking in them.
The Red MD has been heavily cured, but not smoke cured, and ground down to a fine flour like consistency. I could totally melt it in my mouth and there was a faint chocolate taste to it which reminded me of some of the best Red Bentaguie I've had in the past. It's more than just a blunt force Red, but I don't get a lot of energy from it, which could be a good thing depending on when it's used.
The Green and White have a nice bite to them if you try to get a sense of their taste, and that taste has the kind of profile that suggests a superior batch of Kratom will be getting to work. 🙂
I'll update this with another post later. I want to test it out some more, and I also want to get a feel for how it hits after using different batches of Kratom, and how different batches hit after using this.
P.S. I have a hunch that these blend really well, even with Stem and Vein, and that's on my list of things to try.
Lol, and now that I mentioned it, that's up next. 🙂
P.P.S. I had meant to mention that the Green and White are potent enough to keep you up, and to leave you next morning eagerly anticipating some "hair of the dog". I've been using these three batches almost exclusively, and while using them in moderation I think under normal circumstances I'd space out servings of them with more medium speed Kratom, and/or I'd blend them sometimes.