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TOPIC: Kratom for pain relief of pets?

Kratom for pain relief of pets? 4 months 3 weeks ago #41707

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Lol, this is funny, I just now, out of curiosity, clicked the link for the Boswellia tablets I'd last bought (before I switched to powder).

The first review of it stated that it was used for the poster's dog! :)

Great for my dogs
February 25, 2018
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I have a couple of older dogs that are beginning to show signs of arthritis. I give them each Boswellia once a day with food to combat inflammation and stiffness and it has really helped. Much less expensive than prescription anti-inflammatories, and doesn’t damage their liver or kidneys like the prescription stuff can.


Maybe they're big dogs, in which case that dosage is merely on the high end, rather than questionable. Edit: Maybe he cut the tablets up.
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Kratom for pain relief of pets? 4 months 3 weeks ago #41708

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One can hope, right Babel-17?

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Have you started your agmatine experiments yet, Somethingsacred Brandon?

I’m guessing not yet. ...
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Kratom for pain relief of pets? 4 months 3 weeks ago #41710

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I stopped almost as fast as I started ... I’ll do a retry ... the first time I took its, felt verybeffective , the handful of times after ... not very noticeable.... but I’m still takkng 2 tsp for my dose... down from 3!..... so I’ve already dropped the amount I’m taking quite easily , no problem at all... I’ll give the agmatine another go around!! :x
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I was curious about whether you had the same side effects that I did: total munchies about 30 minutes after ingesting. Then I’d eat something and ruin the kratom effectiveness, repeat.

Seemed like I was “taking stuff” more frequently AND filling out from eating so often. I also noticed zero benefits after about 2 doses, so it seemed futile to continue. But. Other people have NOT had these results. Don’t start taking it merely because of my self-centered curiosity, please!
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Kratom for pain relief of pets? 4 months 3 weeks ago #41712

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This is funny, I had no idea Boswellia for dogs wasn't unusual. One of top Bulk Supplement reviews has the reviewer using it for their dog as well as themself.

No regrets! I mix 1/8 to 1/4 tsp with olive oil for myself and my dog for pain relief and it is stunning how well it works, how fast it works, and long lasting the pain relief is.

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Kratom for pain relief of pets? 4 months 3 weeks ago #41713

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I wouldn’t take it merely out of your self centered curiosity.... or would I ???

But honestly it’s been on my mind to try it again, never got the munchies from it , but I also didnt stick with the regimen only for a week .... when I do try agmatine again I will report back... the first time I dosed 1/2 or 1 tsp agmatine it felt like my kratom dose was definitely potentiated.... every time after that i took less agmatine and had blah effects ... always on a empty stomach 10-15 minuets before taking kratom.... cause I learned from someone .. cough “Laurie “ ... that it will turn into protein if taken with food of shortly after ....

I learn so much here :)

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