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Green Horn Kratom

The horned strain originates from Borneo and is one of the rarest strains to find. Most of the time a kratom strain is usually named after the place where it is found but this specific strain is named after a physical feature of the plant. The leaves have a strange shape that alters the basic symmetry of the leaf. The leaves are just like that of any other Meng da leaf except for this strain, the leaves have horn like protrusions from the leaf margin and each protrusion is unique to that specific leaf making the strain to be easily identifiable just at a glance. The horn strain has different variants just like the other kratom strains.


A dosage of between 1 to 4 grams is suitable, this may seem to be very little but the horn strain is really strong and also the dosage depends on the effect you want to experience. Mainly there are several factors that come into consideration when a person wants to determine the most suitable dosage, they are

  • Age
  • Weight
  • Your systems sensitivity
  • Tolerance level


Green horn strain has several medical uses. When ingested the Kratom takes 10 mins for its effect to kick in and they can last for several hours. Green horn Meng da has the following effects:

  • analgesic
  • cognitive support
  • Boosts appetite
  • Gets rid of anxiety and induces relaxation
  • Energy booster


There are different methods of ingesting the substance into your system.

  1. Ingesting capsule
  2. Smoking
  3. Through drinking tea
  • Using powder
  1. Pour water to a pot then add the powder and bring it to boil then sieve the tea into a cup
  • Home preparation
  1. Get some 50 grams of dried up red leaves from a kratom tree that have undergone further drying, crush them and place them in a pot then add about a litre of water and let it boil for 10-15 minutes.
  2. Sieve the tea into a container. Then repeat the first process again.

iii. Mix them together then boil it until the volume reduces to about a single tea cup. Remember having more water means having less the flavour.

  1. Consider adding sugar, lemon or ginger to bring the tea to taste.

Primary Effects

The green horn Kratom may also have its side effects when a person uses more grams than they are used to or amounts above recommended dosages. Symptoms may be:

  • Stomach upsets
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting

Secondary effects

The secondary effects of this substance arises when a person uses the kratom more than they are supposed to therefore developing a dependency over a period of time. When the person tries to quit they will exhibit withdrawal symptoms and experience severe side effects. The secondary effects are

  • Weight loss
  • Anorexia
  • Liver toxicity
  • Death
  • Respiratory collapse

Kratom has not been approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration therefore it has been classified as a control substance. In some countries in asia their governments have banned both the use and growing of the Meng da.