Maeng Da kratom is noted to be one of the most potent types of kratom, having a high alkaloid content, maeng da literally translating into ‘pimp grade.’ It has unique effects of being energizing whilst remaining pain relieving. In this article, we will be detailing the effects and side effects of maeng da kratom, as well as dosage and information regarding the effects of each vein color maeng da.
Maeng Da Kratom Effects
Maeng Da is slightly ‘jittery’ and very energizing. It is excellent for pain relief. It has a very strong effect, however, this effect does not last as long as other strains.
Red Maeng Da Kratom
Red Maeng Da is an interesting combination, as reds typically sedate and maeng da’s are more energetic. A fan favorite, this strain will crush pain with its high alkaloid content, while not being too sedating.
Green Maeng Da Kratom
Green Maeng Da is a personal favorite. It helps me immensely with my general and social anxiety, while also keeping me pain-free. I like it because I find it more euphoric than red maeng da kratom.
White Maeng Da Kratom
Amongst one of the best kratom strains for energy, white maeng da kratom will have you up and moving! Users note that it’s like drinking a couple cups of coffee with a strong mood boost!
Yellow Maeng Da Kratom
Yellow maeng da kratom is mellow yet energizing. While one of the less popular versions of maeng da kratom, don’t pass up the chance to at least try yellow maeng da kratom!
Maeng Da Kratom Dosage
Because maeng da kratom is generally more potent in alkaloid content than regular kratom powder, you’re going to need less to get to where you’re trying to be. Here are my recommendations for Maeng Da Kratom dosage:
- Beginner Kratom User: 2-4 Grams
- Intermediate Kratom User: 4-7 Grams
- Experienced Kratom User: 7-10 Grams
Maeng Da Kratom Side Effects
As with any other kratom, Maeng Da kratom can cause nausea, especially in higher doses (while this is true, making kratom tea with your kratom powder will reduce this side effect). It can also make you jittery and hyper. Higher doses may cause GI issues, such as constipation.