Kratom Maeng Da Powder

Kratom Maeng Da Powder

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Maeng Da powder is another true Kratom classic. Maeng Da originates in Thailand and had a huge influence on the growing popularity of Kratom in the early days. It was, and still is, one of the most potent Kratom strains available. Maeng Da's effect is intensely stimulating and deeply euphoric. Maeng Da is also famous for its outstanding soothing qualities. Maeng Da leaves no wishes unfulfilled. Always start with a low dose of Kratom Maeng Da Powder to test your sensitivity.

Background
Kratom or Mytragyna speciosa is a tree indigenous to Southeast Asia that belongs to the same botanical family as the Coffee tree. The leaf material or resinous extracts have stimulating and sedative properties. There are a wide variety of Kratom strains, usually identified by the colour of the leaf’s vein. The effect depends on the Kratom strain and the dosage. White Vein is generally considered the most stimulating, Red Vein the most sedating, and Green Vein a slightly stimulating strain. Kratom contains over 25 alkaloids. The most prominent are mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine.

Dosage: 3 to 5 grams. Mix the powder with some puree or low-fat yoghurt. Use the 'Toss&Wash Method', or mix the powder with water or fruit juice. An empty stomach helps to maximise the effect.

Effect:
Socially stimulating and energetic effect in low doses. In high doses, buzzing and relaxing.

Duration of effect: 4 - 6 hours.

Warning & Disclaimer
Not for sale to minors. Do not use in combination with alcohol or drugs. Kratom is not suited for frequent use (maximum twice a month). Keep out of reach of children. Do not use in case of pregnancy. Kratom influences the ability to react; do not partake in traffic or use machinery. Do no use Kratom in combination with MAO-inhibitors.

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