White Vein Kratom, a unique variant of the Southeast Asian Mitragyna Speciosa tree, is distinctive for its harvest timing and drying process. The kratom plant thrives in the region’s rich volcanic loams and humid climates, and can also be grown elsewhere under ideal conditions. Harvesting involves handpicking young leaves with white veins and is conducted all year round due to the tree’s evergreen nature. The leaves are then cleaned and dried indoors to maintain their alkaloid content, using a leaf rotation technique that avoids damage. Once dried, the leaves are dispatched to manufacturers for grinding into a fine powder. The final product, ensuring the highest purity, undergoes rigorous third-party laboratory testing for potential contaminants.