Green Borneo is allegedly named after the Borneo island of Southeast Asia.
Most users describe Green Borneo as strongly stimulating and moderately euphoric. However, the strain also seems to offer a blend of sedation and stimulation. For some users, Green Borneo is more relaxing, while others find the strain more stimulating. Overall, its balanced nature might make it suitable for daytime use.
Green Borneo does have some notable downsides. The strain could be less pain-relieving and more nauseating than other strains. Thankfully, if you do decide to try Green Borneo, you should have plenty of time to enjoy it. At moderate doses (2.5-5g), the strain’s effects seem to last upwards of 3 hours, which is longer than average.
Due to the subjective nature of kratom and personal variations in body and brain chemistry, your experiences with this strain might differ from the average user.
Green Borneo may be confused, labeled, or marketed as Kalimantan, Ketapang, Jongkong, or Hulu by suppliers and users.
- Could offer a blend of sedation and stimulation
- Possibly mood-boosting
- May last longer than average
- Potentially nauseating at higher doses
- Could be less pain-relieving than other strains