VENDOR: Kraken Kratom

PRODUCT: Bali Kratom Powder (OG/PC)


Let’s talk about another product from Kraken Kratom! 

This time, I’m going to be reviewing their OG/PC Bali Kratom Powder. I’ve already tried their Ultra Enhanced Kratom Powder and Red Maeng Da (Thai) Kratom Powder, both were good, so I’m assuming this will be of similar quality. 

Before we begin, I have to say that (from my experience) Kraken Kratom has pretty consistent product quality. So far I haven’t been disappointed with anything I’ve ordered from them. In general, I’ve been using Bali Kratom Powder fondly for many years and I’m super excited to try this! 

What is Kraken Kratom’s OG Bali Kratom Powder all about? 

Although it doesn’t state this in the product description itself, Kraken Kratom’s OG Bali Kratom Powder is a Green Veined variety. I was able to find this information in the reviews/questions section.

The “OG” in OG Bali Kratom stands for the original. The “PC” means premium commercial. Again, I was able to find this information by browsing through the reviews section. 

Side note: I’ve mentioned this in previous articles – Kraken Kratom’s website can be confusing. Their product descriptions are vague and typically leave me asking questions. However, tediously reading through the reviews has helped me answer most of them. Again, I wish they would take the time to write up more detailed product descriptions! 

OG Bali Kratom Powder Product Details:

  • 28g, 56g, 112g, 225g, and 455g bag sizes are available
  • Recommended serving size is 1 tsp
  • Harvested from mature Kratom trees
  • Tested at an average of 1.5% 
    • It looks like this percentage is an average across all Kratom strains on their website – you can probably reach out to Kraken Kratom’s customer service to get more specific lab results) 

Overall Product Quality

Like most Kratom I’ve tried from Kraken, the powder was smooth and it mixed very well in warm water. I love how fine and fluffy their Kratom powders are, it helps it dissolve so much quicker. Plus, it’s easier to get down if you’re doing a toss and wash. It’s easy to appreciate a super-smooth powder. 

I tried the OG Bali Kratom Powder at a serving size of 2 grams. The resonation started out motivating, but gradually eased its way into something more calm and tranquil. Once the relaxation settled in, I could feel generous discomfort relief. That took me by surprise! I pulled a muscle in my leg while running a few weeks ago. It’s been sore and achy all week. It doesn’t seem to bother me as much anymore, so that’s a GREAT sign! 

Overall, the resonation was very balanced. It definitely leaned closer to the calming side – but the surge of energy I felt, in the beginning, was wonderful. It made the relaxation elements feel more all-encompassing. 

Pro-tip: Combine the OG Bali Kratom Powder with a VERY small amount of the Ultra Enhanced Indo for a more stimulating experience. I did 1 gram OG Bali Kratom Powder with 0.3 grams of the Ultra Enhanced Indo. When mixing strains, always be careful not to take too much. Be mindful of your serving size at all times.

Between the OG Bali Kratom Powder and the Red Maeng Da (Thai) Kratom Powder, this one definitely takes the cake.


The prices are listed with an additional strike-through price displayed next to them. 

OG Bali Kratom Powder Pricing:

  • 28 grams = $8.45 $8.15
  • 56 grams = $16.95 $15.60
  • 112 grams = $27.95 $25.44
  • 225 grams = $53.95 $51.95
  • 455 grams = $107.95 $103.95

The Final Verdict 

This Bali is certainly an OG. I have nothing bad to say about it. It’s worth the money, Kraken Kratom’s prices are reasonable. If you’re a fan of Bali Kratom Powder, I recommend trying this out. The quality and consistency of Kraken Kratom have been remarkable so far.  

Kraken Kratom is an AKA (American Kratom Association) certified vendor. This means that they follow GMP standards and follow other necessary procedures that keep consumers like us safe. I cannot express how important it is to buy from AKA certified vendors. You can find a list of all certified vendors on the AKA’s website.

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