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Question on blending 3 years 1 month ago #21741

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Make a few blends of each suggestion, and if you like one more, make another batch of it
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Question on blending 3 years 1 month ago #21738

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The only time I blend things is if I have a small amount of the same strain left from different vendors...then they all go into the same container to save space. I only do this if I am familiar with each vendors strain and how it works for me. I have not noticed much difference between the different vendors I use so I feel safe with that.

Always best to keep the different strains separate I think. This allows you to really get a "feel" for each strain and then you have a better knowledge of how to blend them if you choose to do so, just before you take it.
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Question on blending 3 years 1 month ago #21736

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The only time I consolidate kratom in one bag is when they are the same strain, different vendor. Even THAT could be to my detriment, but I've done it a couple of times and not built up a tolerance because I just don't use that bag exclusively, but rather as part of blending for the day. Like Red Borneo and Red Borneo in one bag. They are still slightly different. Hope that helps.
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Question on blending 3 years 1 month ago #21734

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I wouldn't do it just because you would be stuck with one blended kratom. You would probably develop same strain syndrome where you get used to one strain or one blend. Keep them separate and blend as needed. One day you could blend all three. Next, the Green Bali mixed with red borneo or Red Dragon mixed with Red Borneo. Or just one strain per day.
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Question on blending 3 years 1 month ago #21732

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I have three strains on me which two are red and one is green. I was thinking of just mixing them all to save on storage space. I’m assuming this wouldn’t be a terrible idea but would it be wise to keep them separate? They all seem to have very similar affects so I thought what the heck, why not mix them. I worry that if one is weaker would that in turn make the other two less potent? Any thoughts? Thanks

Green Bali OG (definitely more subtle)
Red Dragon
Red Borneo
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