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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 day 7 hours ago #52932

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I love InSense Chuchuhuasi, incarvilea sinensis and corydalis!! And their Kratom ofcourse , all around excellent and Rob/ crew bring a whole new aspect to customer service, next level all the way :)
Life is better with kratom !
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 day 11 hours ago #52922

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Although we don’t carry devil’s club bark, we do carry a good variety of botanical supplements of the highest quality you’ll find at these lower prices, so experimenting with samples is convenient and cost effective for trying something while placing your DISCOUNT PRICED kratom! :evil: . Especially while the Halloween promotion is going on! :-P

We can’t go any lower with the prices on botanicals than this sale. Lots of options during this :spooky: opportunity!

We are still self-powered due to power lines down as well as planned outages for fire prevention. But we are STILL WORKING and that includes all payment options!

Happy Halloween shopping! Here’s a handy link to help get you started on the sale: goldleafbotanicals.net/halloween-sale/


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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 day 13 hours ago #52921

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Growing anything is always great medicine, just the process of growing .... food, medicine ... something truly satisfying and then some when you grow a medicinal plant/ herb that delivers relief :-bd

Please keep us posted on your progress (c) (L) (c)
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 day 17 hours ago #52918

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depending on if you can get it to grow, devil's club bark is used for pain and inflammation you simmer it down and add it to some kind of stabilizer like beeswax and it is used with for arthritis by natives in Alaska. I just bought some seeds to see if I can get it to start in the wooded area in our yard this spring
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 5 days ago #52524

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It might be a little gentler but try using chamomile. It helps with anxiety.
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 1 week ago #52419

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Hi mindspace, Babel-17, friends,

Can’t thank you enough, Babel-17 for addressing the overlap with regard to the two websites and strain types!

We also got the more expansive payment methods for our customers by having two businesses, among other beneficial reasons. We are happy to explain in more detail over the phone. Just give us a call and ASK THE QUESTIONS. We are transparent and would prefer to be asked than for misconceptions to be assumed. If the two websites issue rubs customers the wrong way, we would appreciate knowing that so we can make changes to how we represent ourselves. We really NEED THAT INPUT.

InSense and/or Gold Leaf Botanicals offer a few different ways to sample the products at bargain bundled prices for your research purposes. Experimenting is, indeed, wise to do BEFORE kilo shopping.

I think everyone would agree, finding the right kratom for your metabolism, especially for a routine base kilo brand, takes time and work. Rushing the process doesn’t get the work over with properly. You are keeping that in mind. We appreciate your consideration and would be happy to discuss samples and any other questions you might have, one on one over the phone.
Sounds like you’re enjoying the kratom journey and getting helpful results along the way and that’s the goal!

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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 1 week ago #52417

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mindspace wrote: Thanks Babel. Makes sense. I just don't know which I want to buy if the same people have 2 sites and selling both... Or if one strain is better wild vs plantation and vice versa, etc. Not sure which I go with or if I essentially flip a coin.


There's some overlap with a few strains, both sites sell the exact same one, but imo it basically comes down to if you want the most of Kratom's two main alkaloids, you go for the plantation. If you're looking for an interesting "burn" and want to see what an alkaloid profile that favors some of the lesser known properties of Kratom, you can explore the wild grown stuff. Some amazing things can happen when wild grown Kratom gets dried and cured. Skilled growers know how to bring out a wicked aroma from Kratom leaves that were picked at the right time. Gold Leaf Botanicals has, for example, some White Hulu that earned a reputation for being a good example of that.

In Sense Botanicals has a Golden Benulu that combines both wild and plantation grown Kratom. I'm pretty sure that Gold Leaf sells the same version of that. I can vouch for that, and I use it as often as I can without having it lose its status of being a special treat. Timing is part of what makes it a nice burn. ;)
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 1 week ago #52416

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I'm going to order from BulkKratomNow. Thanks for that suggestion! It's so much cheaper to get the kilo but I really would like to try some of their strains first. I like their 5 strain sample pack. I'd end up paying almost the same price for half kilo as the kilo though...but I can't pick just 1 yet. I want to try a few!

Asked them for recommendations and I picked these 5 for the sample pack: Gold Bali, Red Elephant, White Borneo, Green Jong Kong, White Horn.
6.99 shipping or pick another 100g at 18.99 to get free shipping, so I'm also getting Green Maeng Da (so 600g at ~$60 vs a kilo at 60...but at least I can try 6 strains...)

Thinking about just getting cravingkratom now too while there's the $55 kilo deal or 40% off code. Same with BKN though that I'd rather try a few different strains than get a kilo of just 1. The $55 deal doesn't work on split kilos either.

I've had re-leaf and love his product, also really like Inland, and just want to try out a couple more vendors. I originally planned on trying Insense/Goldleaf this time but I guess that'll be for another time
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 1 week ago #52414

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Hi Gina !

Thx for adding to the thread :)

I will be sending good healing vibes your way for a smooth and awesome surgery. I’ve heard some great things about the recovery and relief afterwards . CBD is amazing , and I love combing with kratom . Take care my friend (L)
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Other Botanicals that Help Pain 1 month 1 week ago #52413

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Hi there! Aside from Kratom, I get the best relief with topical CBD cream. I'm scheduled to for a hip surgery in a couple months and it's been a miracle. Aside from that, I know there are a ton of other herbs that work great too, I just don't have personal experience with them. We do have a Certified Herbalist/ Holistic Health Practitioner on staff tomorrow and Friday from 10-6 PST. Feel free to give us a call and she can certainly make some herbal suggestions for you.

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