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Yellow indo 1 year 5 months ago #29433

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Hi I’m new here and I have a question I have never taken kratom before and I got some capsules and powder of yellow indo from mi botanicals is anyone familiar with them orknow anything about yellow indo?
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Yellow indo 1 year 5 months ago #29435

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Can you tell us, what brought you to try kratom? It would help for us to know a bit of background info, in order to let you know if yellow indo is the right strain for you?
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Yellow indo 1 year 5 months ago #29458

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Yellow indo can either be on the energetic side or relaxing depending on the farmer calls a yellow. Some farmers call a white vein dried a certain way a yellow and this would usually be more on the stimulating side. Some farmers may call a red or green/red combo dried a certain way a yellow.
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