There is a relatively new Red Dragon kratom on the market called Superior Red Dragon. Reviews are mixed as to whether it’s really any better than the Red Thai powder.
Superior Red Dragon definitely costs more. It’s been branded as the “pricey version”. It’s available in capsules or powders. Suffice it to say, there are a lot of mixed reviews as to its potency and effectiveness.
One company hawks its product as being from deep in the jungle on a plantation exclusively operated, planted, grown, harvested, and processed by them.
If you take an aerial map view of Thailand, you’ll see a vast spread of mountainous terrain covered by thousands upon thousands of trees.
Who can really say how long they have been there or if their particular strain is truly any better than someone else’s?
Based on user reviews from respected kratom forums, the strain is most likely from Thailand. Its effects seem to mimic those of Red Vein Thai leaf.
Some go so far as to say, “There’s no difference between the Superior Red Dragon and Red Thai leaf except for the brand name.”
Some of the effects sustained with using this variety seem to be stimulation and the experience of enhanced mental focus.
Others suggest it enhances your performance level and numbs the feeling of discomfort and pain at the same time.
In higher dosages, the typical sense of euphoria and calming feelings will start to kick in and you’ll find positive ideas being reinforced, and worries slipping away.
User reviews on this product have been mixed with some saying it to be a bad kratom while others raving about its properties.
It’s a little difficult to judge the legitimacy of such reviews since some buyers deleted their comments or account shortly after trying the product.
I guess it’s fair to say that the jury is still out on this one.
Further Reading: Benefits of Red Dragon Kratom
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