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    Fine Kratom Powder as Pain Reliever

    I am taking Fine Kratom Powder (beginners pack) as Pain Reliever. I know that Kratom leaves are rich in analgesic properties and can quickly relieve pain throughout the body by impacting the hormonal system as well.

    Is there anything else I can do to relieve pain and Immune System Booster as well?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Yeah, a good Pain Reliever!

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    Need something more!

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    A few essential oils help with inflammation .
    ostarine for mobility
    600mg ibuprofen helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomb_r2 View Post
    A few essential oils help with inflammation .
    ostarine for mobility
    600mg ibuprofen helps
    Helpful one!

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    I should try it later.

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    Vitamin B6 is vital to supporting biochemical reactions in the immune system. Vitamin B6-rich foods include chicken and cold water fish such as salmon and tuna. Vitamin B6 also is found in green vegetables and in chick peas, which is the main ingredient in hummus.

    So Kratom & Vitamin B6 would be a great stack for the pain reliever & Immune System Booster. Good Luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllesT View Post
    Vitamin B6 is vital to supporting biochemical reactions in the immune system. Vitamin B6-rich foods include chicken and cold water fish such as salmon and tuna. Vitamin B6 also is found in green vegetables and in chick peas, which is the main ingredient in hummus.

    So Kratom & Vitamin B6 would be a great stack for the pain reliever & Immune System Booster. Good Luck!
    It's a great addition! I have read some good points about Vitamin B6. Thanks anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Wilson View Post
    I am taking Fine Kratom Powder (beginners pack) as Pain Reliever. I know that Kratom leaves are rich in analgesic properties and can quickly relieve pain throughout the body by impacting the hormonal system as well.

    Is there anything else I can do to relieve pain and Immune System Booster as well?

    Thanks in advance!
    I'd like to know about this too; how does it work is there effect on liver or kidney? I'm not supposed to take NSAIDS because my kidneys don't like them. It's the shits too because NSAIDS work so well to reduce inflammation.

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    Solidassears depending on what is swollen I?d suggest researching essential oils . And rubbing some on . You can pick up decent ones from any where for like $3-9 . A lil bit goes a long way
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    Quote Originally Posted by solidassears View Post
    I'd like to know about this too; how does it work is there effect on liver or kidney? I'm not supposed to take NSAIDS because my kidneys don't like them. It's the shits too because NSAIDS work so well to reduce inflammation.
    We all know that One level teaspoon of fine kratom fine powder is equal to 2.5-3.5 grams. Most people will take 3-7 grams of kratom powder depending on their desired effects. For the toss and wash method, you should never take over 1 teaspoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomb_r2 View Post
    Solidassears depending on what is swollen I?d suggest researching essential oils . And rubbing some on . You can pick up decent ones from any where for like $3-9 . A lil bit goes a long way
    Yes, it's a good suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomb_r2 View Post
    Solidassears depending on what is swollen I?d suggest researching essential oils . And rubbing some on . You can pick up decent ones from any where for like $3-9 . A lil bit goes a long way
    Nothing swollen, just lots of aches and pains any time I get up or move after I sit or lay still for awhile. Everything from elbows to lower back, heels etc. The doc says I'm getting old, but everything I read says it's not normal. If I don't lift or work out, it settles down, but I really don't want to sit on my ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidassears View Post
    Nothing swollen, just lots of aches and pains any time I get up or move after I sit or lay still for awhile. Everything from elbows to lower back, heels etc. The doc says I'm getting old, but everything I read says it's not normal. If I don't lift or work out, it settles down, but I really don't want to sit on my ass.
    Quit being lazy if it hurts sitting or laying you're doing it wrong lol. Heels could be your shoes. Elbows and lower back could be cortisol levels. Are you having mobility issues or just when you chill

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomb_r2 View Post
    Quit being lazy if it hurts sitting or laying you're doing it wrong lol. Heels could be your shoes. Elbows and lower back could be cortisol levels. Are you having mobility issues or just when you chill

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    It's only when I try to get going again after sitting or sleeping.. Once I'm moving, it's fine, sitting or laying down, no problem... I work on an office, so I sit at a desk, getting up to walk around feels like real sore muscles after overworking them, except it goes away after I get moving. Same when I get up in the morning.. Just don't get old!

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