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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 1 month ago #30791

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Hi guys,

just an update on my situation. I traveled through China no problem with a lot of kratom. I'm still doing my mix of agmatine sulfate, turmeric, and Red MD.

Has anyone looked into low dose naltrexone? I've been reading that it helps with tolerance and pain.
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 3 months ago #29754

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SS88 wrote: So I'm traveling to China end of this month and still really unsettled about what to do with my kratom. There is nothing online about legality in China, and everything from Reddit appears to suggest people have flown with it. I was going to put in my carry-on, and just be honest if security does ask what it is.

Has anyone traveled recently with it?

My biggest issue is the labeling saying "Not for human Consumption"


I would suggest buying a Capsule Machine & Capsules & making Capsules & putting it in a big Vitamin Pill Bottle.

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Buy some Matcha Tea or some Greens Super Food & Empty the Container & fill it. Kratom should look very similar to Matcha.
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 3 months ago #29740

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Also, keep in mind the “ounce” restrictions (for liquid only, I think) and don’t have over 3 ounces (unless that rule has changed to a different number of ounces) to be on the safe side. I know it’s not a liquid. But for safety sake, use separate bags every three ounces.
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 3 months ago #29737

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I would love to have this problem.

Honestly I do not think I would be well enough to travel even now with all the improvements in the last 3 years....***sigh***

BUT I think I would just repackage it and label as green tea.
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 3 months ago #29725

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Hi, just a suggestion. Maybe you could put it in another container like a fiber container, that would not have the labeling of not for human consumption. Just a thought, BB

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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 3 months ago #29719

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So I'm traveling to China end of this month and still really unsettled about what to do with my kratom. There is nothing online about legality in China, and everything from Reddit appears to suggest people have flown with it. I was going to put in my carry-on, and just be honest if security does ask what it is.

Has anyone traveled recently with it?

My biggest issue is the labeling saying "Not for human Consumption"
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 4 months ago #28519

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I forgot where you got it to check, BB (on what to do with your s & v)?

AWESOME NEWS, BB. You are GETTING IT DOWN now. That means the oxy is no longer interfering!

Congratulations!
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 4 months ago #28517

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Stem and Vein is not usually labelled by color.

Generally the concentration of alkaloids in S&V is much less so some people find it good for tapering down their doses or for days when a lot of pain relief is not necessary.

Some say that using S&V for a week or so can help to lower tolerance? I have never tried it.

Very glad to see that things are getting more stable for you BB...it is a process of learning and experimenting isn't it?
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 4 months ago #28486

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Hey BB
Never been able to get my hands on any yet.
Laurie posted a very good video about S&V. I think that folks just use it along with a decreased ratio of their regular dose.
Need to search her posts here on it.
Sorry that I am unable to help in that dept. I have read that it helps decrease tolerance.
Do let me know how it works for you.
Glad that you are feeling better
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Trying to figure out the necessary dose for nerve pain relief 2 years 4 months ago #28483

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Teeswaran wrote: BB,
Thanks for the ankle condolences, but that sprain happened about 13 years back.
Problem is that I have had so many other injuries since - two more sprains, 3 breaks - all in the same leg/foot/ankle.
The anecdote was to illuminate to not obliterate ALL pain, as reinjury is likely with total relief.
Glad that you found a working formula - for now - BB.
I am sure you know this, but it bears repeating - keep all of your Kratom. One day strains that did not work may perform miracles upon revisit.
Did you try COB's Red Stem & Vein?
I tried to order some - no dice.
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Tee I do still have the stems and veins but it does not say what color they are. I have no idea what to do with them or how they relate as far as strength. Got any ideas? BB.

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