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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 11:32 am 
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Newbie here, so I apologize if this is old stuff...

I am taking 12 mg Sub daily. I also would like to try maeng da in some form--tea,maybe--
Will the Suboxone prevent the Maeng Da from having its desired effect?

I'm hoping for the purported energy boost, without caffeine side effects.

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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2014 8:40 pm 
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Hey Villie,

Never heard of the stuff. I get a bit concerned with any "natural herb" or stuff like that.

Did you try to combine the two yet?

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I don't know if the music group wang chung will help with your wd, but I guess it's worth a shot?

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Just to clarify, Maeng Da is a type of Kratom.

"By affecting the Mu and Delta opioid receptors much like opiates do, Kratom provides a calm and relaxing euphoria mirroring that of opiates. Kratom appears to affect the brain in the same way typical opiates do. However, it contains over 25 different alkaloids that have different effects, including stimulant properties. "


Depending on the strain (and there are many), kratom has varied effects, from energizing to sedating. Maeng Da is supposed to be the most energizing and the most potent strain.


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