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TOPIC: Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts

Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31467

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Day 4, this would not be possible without kratom, I still don’t feel great but I’m improving little by little.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31455

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Dostie wrote: I am using this to replace suboxone but I can’t seem to find the right dose. I have been on suboxone for over 10 years, any ideas? I have green maeng da


Sorry Dostie...it really is individual.

I would use a plain Maeng Da or a Red variety though instead of a green.

USE as much as as you need to keep withdrawal at bay. IF it doesn not last more than an couple of hours take some more.

You do not need to be worried about taking too much kratom it is very safe and MUCH MUCH safer than any drug you are currently taking. Too much can cause vomitting...not pleasant but not dangerous either.

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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31427

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Day 2, feel about as bad yesterday, maybe a little worse, but I’m up and able to eat, that wouldn’t be possible without the kratom.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31400

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Keep trying, Dostie.

It sorta IS rocket science, haha.

Try this. Try that. I still have challenges due to evolving health needs. I’m nowhere near “comfortable” yet today.
My morning so far: Add a tiny bit more of this one....wait...peri menopause is an as$ kicker!
It got WORSE when we tried synthetic hormones. My body could tell they aren’t healthy for me (they are gotten from horse urine! High Five to Scott Gottlieb for approving horse urine hormone therapy for the women in the US over age 50)
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31398

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Glad to hear, that’s where I’m trying to be at.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31397

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Another night passed with no opiates and almost no withdrawal symptoms. My head is clear for the first time in years.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31396

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Thanks, since I cut back on the suboxone I woke up feeling terrible, I took 8 kratom and the worst of the withdrawal subsided. I probably should be taking 10-12 but I don’t have that much kratom. Thanks for your input. Today is officially day 1.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31394

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Unfortunately, with something like this there are no real guidelines , but then again how many of us had any literature as to how much opiates to use,lol. Personally , I've been using about 5 or 6 capsules 3 times a day( sometimes more or less).
Three days with no opiates and am feeling surprisingly well. Had minor withdrawal symptoms last night but more than manageable. Shouldn't take long to figure out how much is right for you, I'm here to tell you it has worked like a charm for me. More research needs to be done on Kratom, It's really quite something.
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31393

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Thank you for the reply I will keep my progress posted
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Opiate withdrawal and kratom thoughts 1 year 5 months ago #31392

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6 capsules .5 grams = 3 grams which is a modestly lower dose for someone looking to get off of suboxone.
Since 3 grams is not working you need to increase your dose.
I cannot say what your dose should be if you need more feedback try Reddit Kratom Forum, we can definitely help you here as you need but they have 50,000 members as to our small but growing 5500. They cannot recommend sources for kratom like we can but sometimes you might need answers faster. www.reddit.com/r/kratom/new/
Also the- www.facebook.com/groups/PROACTIVE2/
Kratom Consumer Advocacy and Support (An AKA sponsored group) can be helpful. More rules on the other two forums but good to gather information.
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