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TOPIC: Are you interested in buying a kratom tree?

Are you interested in buying a kratom tree? 5 months 2 days ago #41307

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Oh yeah, Don. I meant to say KratomEye has trees and I think other vendors are going that route now.

I am not sure if COB sells trees/rootings but he has some and I seem to recall he had some for sale.

Soon there will be a tiny plantation in every neighborhood! That’s my hope :-)
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Are you interested in buying a kratom tree? 5 months 2 days ago #41309

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I find a big, dark leaf and fold it in have a few times and put it in my mouth. I give it a couple chomps to break it down a little, then tuck it in my lower cheek pouch. Every so often, I’ll give the little wad another chomp. It is somewhat bitter, definitely an earthy taste, but I’ve come to like it. It stays together in the little wad pretty well. I probably keep it in for 30 minutes or so and then spit it out. Nobody has ever said anything about leaves in my teeth, and I haven’t experienced it either. Just a quick swish of water and you’re good to go.

I read that if you have a sunny corner, you can easily grow the wonder leaf in your home. It just requires some pruning so it doesn’t get 100 feet tall! A guy that lives a couple miles from me planted his tree in his back yard and it is literally taller than his one story house!
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Are you interested in buying a kratom tree? 5 months 2 days ago #41312

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Craig....
Do you live in a subtropical state??
I live on the California coast .... maybe will need a greenbhouse ... but maybe not !!!!!
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Are you interested in buying a kratom tree? 5 months 2 days ago #41313

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I live on the gulf coast of Florida where it is humid all the time. A greenhouse may help, but like I said earlier, I’ve read that it’s not difficult to grow them indoors if you have a sunny window space and you keep it pruned down.
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