Red Kratom



Red strains of Kratom have always been consistently popular and the most widely utilized Kratom powder. 

Learn more about the different types below.

500g and 1000g Splits
Buy 2 or more 250g bags of Kratom get $12.85 off per bag
Buy 4 or more 250g bags of Kratom get $15.30 off per bag


Active Ingredients: 100% Powdered Mitragyna Speciosa

  • Red Bali Kratom is one of Soap Korners longest selling favorites and is very popular product along with Red MD and Red Borneo. Both have alkaloid ratios that balance out for a great overall product.
  • Red Kapo Kratom is a fermented red strain other vendors may call Chocolate or Bentuangie. Our Red Kapo Kratom has been pasteurized to ensure the safety of the product.
  • Red Elephant and Red Thai Kratom are two of our most popular, best-selling reds. Both of which are specifically blended for the greatest end result.

The alkaloid results for the Red MD are shown below, and you can see the importance of using verified labs to do the testing. ABC Laboratories gives the Mitragynine for the RMD-042319 as 0.8205% while the results from WL show it as 1.69%. Either way this RMD is a great product to add to your rotation.

At Soap Korner, we believe in providing the highest quality and lab-tested Kratom products for our customers. We have worked hard since 2014 to ensure this quality and are proud to offer the best selection of Red Bali, Kapo, Elephant & Thai Kratom that you can buy online.

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Bali, Borneo, Bentuangie, Super, Thai, Red MD, Red Elephant, Red Jong Kong, Red Riau, Red Ketapang, Red Horn


250g, 125g, 1oz


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