Red Borneo kratom leaves are picked in primary and secondary forests in central Borneo, Kalimantan, Indonesia. This means that they are largely picked in places where ecological processes are not disturbed.
The island of Borneo in Southeast Asia, which consists of the countries of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei, is the third largest island in the world. In addition, Borneo is considered the second oldest rainforest in the world. According to estimates, this rainforest is about 140 million years old. The old, 100% organic, Red Borneo kratom leaves contain a lot of alkaloids, making it more potent than many other kratoms.
This Kratom is often sold as Bali Kratom. However, Bali Kratom does not exist because there are absolutely no Kratom plantations in Bali.