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Kratom 101 2 years 1 week ago #22631

  • kman9211
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just bought some Kaboom Kratom "Bali" AKA the red pack and was just wondering if anyone has tryed this or any other kratom? havent tryed any but the dude said take six and you will feel good and it is a 30 pill packet.

So basically anyone have any knowledge on Kratom.
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Re: Kratom 101 2 years 1 week ago #22638

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I've been using basic bali kratom on and off for about 2 years....10-15 g/day with days off here and there. I buy it by the kilo. No capsules.

I eat it with a spoon and chase it down with water. Best on an empty stomach.

A mild stimulant at the dosages I use. Easy to function while on it. No painkilling effects though (for me). Some say it's sedative but I've not seen that.

No hangover. No withdrawal in my experience but I've read different accounts of this. Over-reactive, neurotic people suffer withdrawals from kratom in my opinion.

I've tried all the enhanced versions of kratom but I prefer the basic stuff.
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Re: Kratom 101 2 years 1 week ago #22679

Tried many types of Kratom. Even 60x. That was a month ago. Still waiting for it to kick in...
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