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Looking into Kratom 1 year 3 months ago #42713

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If I had the Money I would be trying all sorts of Herbs & Botanicals but I am A PO Man. Nothing compares to Kratom so far. I would rather spend Money on something that I know will Work Rather than on Something that I am Unsure of.
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Looking into Kratom 1 year 3 months ago #42679

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Laurie,
Thanks for the heads up about a discount. :-bd :cheer:
My Grandkids say I’m a cuckoo head. ;)
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Looking into Kratom 1 year 3 months ago #42677

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Wild lettuce is on my wish list from them. The owners are awesome, but I’m partial to kratom vendors because they get started on the heels of having changed their own lives like so many of us.

Their packaging is my personal favorite for convenience of the end user (me).

Don’t hesitate to inquire about an ILK discount if you can wait for an email exchange prior to ordering (we haven’t gotten together on this, but it’s in the works).
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Wow, they have all sorts of botanicals that I never heard of. It's research time :-? :cheer:
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I can Recommend Blue River Wellness & Natural Ether.

Mulungu has a bad taste but the effects are very calming & sedating.

It works Best when made into a Tea rather than Toss N Wash.
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Looking into Kratom 1 year 3 months ago #42586

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Mulungu Bark sounds very interesting :-?

As Babel-17 asked, what is a good place to buy some from?
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madmaxnightrider wrote: You can't go Wrong with Incarvillea Sinensis for Pain Relief. The only thing is it will Sedate you if you take a good dose of it. Another Great Herb that not many people know about is Mulungu Bark. Mulungu is Fantastic for Anxiety as well as Insomnia. Mulungu is so good that it could Replace Benzodiazepines for Anxiety or Insomnia.


I gotta ask, can you point to me to any good sites for buying Mulungu Bark? I found two just by using Search, but they weren't ones I've heard of. Thanks in advance for anything you can say regarding buying it.
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You can't go Wrong with Incarvillea Sinensis for Pain Relief. The only thing is it will Sedate you if you take a good dose of it. Another Great Herb that not many people know about is Mulungu Bark. Mulungu is Fantastic for Anxiety as well as Insomnia. Mulungu is so good that it could Replace Benzodiazepines for Anxiety or Insomnia.
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Don,

I’m so happy you’re ABLE to take on all of these projects that were difficult or impossible for you before (headaches, aging, allergies) you discovered kratom and other botanicals. You are a testament to how much more productive we become with some basic symptom relief from a powdered leaf (or root, or vein..etc..)!

It’s fun to hear about you cutting the grass now AND doing the remodel you felt was too much due to your discomfort from allergies and simple aging. You knew it would drive you nuts to hire out to do the bathroom you KNOW HOW TO DO. Now you’re DOING IT. And cutting the lawn (serious allergies) each week now! Wow!
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I'm with you, the IS is excellent for pain. :-bd
Last weekend after I cut the grass I felt like someone had beat on me. :S
Everything ached but I still wanted to do some work on the bathroom renovation.
So I took 1.2g of the 20:1 IS and within an hour I was ready to go. :-bd
The pain was dramatically reduced and I also added a gram of white ketapang for an energy boost. I spent about 3 hours cutting out the garden tub after that. :woohoo:

I'll likely do it again tomorrow because I have to cut the grass and I want to cut out the shower stall.
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