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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12617

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I am also wondering as to what the exact definition of a fusion kratom product is, as to knowing how I can review it and better help consumers to understand what the product is & how to choose brands & suppliers. Let me know if anyone can help on this, thanks.
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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12628

So fusions are extracts?
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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12632

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Fusions are plain leaf blended with extract. There is a certain percentage of extract mixed with a certain percentage of plain leaf. I've never tried one because I'm a stickler for plain leaf, but I'm pretty sure I'm right as to what they are.
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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12647

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Hey all :-h

Thought I'd stop by to address the questions!

Cybin_Spores nailed it on the head. Our Fusions are carefully thought out mixtures of plain leaf strains combined with a specific extract. Our regular fusions are 10% extract and 90% plain leaf, and our Fusions Plus are 20% extract and 80% plain leaf.

I am very big on efficiency, and I personally believe that fusions are an extremely efficient way to use Kratom. When I talk to our customers, I always tell them that I would never recommend using pure extract but including 10% of it in a plain leaf mix and using less of it is a good way to switch up your routine. My personal favorite of ours is the Ganesha Fusion, it's very energizing, so much that I don't recommend it for someone new to Kratom!

I'll gladly throw some samples out for review zBest, and if you two would like them as well Cybin_Spores and Levonne I would love to see what you think of them. I'm an e-mail away ;)

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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12663

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Ah, okay great now I finally get it. It's confusing, even to experienced enthusiasts such as myself.

A few other terms which I am not certain the exact definition of, are:
What is OPS kratom?
What is PIMP kratom?

I think there are a couple more things I have always wondered about, but I can almost guarantee that the majority of kratom enthusiasts, aren't aware of all of these terms. For this exact reason, I am in the process of writing & publishing an extensive glossary/myths/misconceptions, etc page.
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Fusions, what? 1 year 6 months ago #12665

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I'm pretty sure those are just brand names. Maeng Da had been called "pimp grade" for years, but the words Maeng da don't translate to that, so it's kind of a marketing ploy. OPMS is a brand of kratom. I'm assuming they got the cleaver idea of OPMs, because it sounds like Opium. Just a guess.
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Fusions, what? 11 months 3 weeks ago #15422

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I haven't been able to find anything labeled "fusion"

Perhaps it was just a marketing term... ? Or are they just talking "blend" ?
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