Kratom physiology

Here you can share your experiences with substances that are ingested, inhaled, or otherwise consumed for the purpose of relieving RLS/WED, other than prescription medications. For example, herbal remedies, nutritional supplements, diet, kratom, and marijuana (for now) should be discussed here. Tell others of successes, failures, side effects, and any known research on these substances. [Posts on these subjects created prior to 2009 are in the Physical Treatments forum.]

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Re: Kratom physiology

Postby Oozz » Thu May 17, 2018 1:57 am

I bought some of the Red Maeng Da, but it is incredibly stimulating. Wondering how you all are able to fall asleep on this.

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Re: Kratom physiology

Postby jul2873 » Thu May 17, 2018 2:20 am

Red Borneo is supposed to be the most sedating, but I sleep fine with Maeng Da as well. Perhaps we just react differently to each strain.

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