@jlove definitely worth it! Please research information on it. There are some limits on amounts. No known drug interactions, but I am not giving or licensed to provide any medical advice. Just want you to know about it!
Be prepared FOR THE WORST TASTE EVER... LOL!!!!!!
Be sure to have a little bit of chocolate on hand after using it. It's the ONLY way to get the taste out of your mouth 🙄😂😂🤣😯😂
Have you considered a red strain enhanced with CBD? CBD Isolate Enhanced Red Bali is popular with foiks that have similar stories to yours and is getting more popular with many vendors (not medical advice nor am I claiming it will treat or cure any of your conditions). I can send you a free sample if you private message your shipping address to see if it's something you enjoy :)
What I suggested is good for both pain and anxiety. It's also good for keeping Opiod cravings away. But if you're actually detoxing/quitting from an Opiod habit, you will need more….much more. If that's the case, let me know.
> Yeah, will do, it's been abut 2 weeks. And I've noticed how productive and cheerful he has been even compared to after one week. I'll get back to you in a couple more and let you guys know. ( And yes, once a day is his intake) Mailing him another package this morning. trying to keep him out of the smoke shops so I don't mind helping him out till he gets over his discomfort with using his credit card online lol Old people. Whatayagonna do?
You are a very good friend to have, Rip, he is very fortunate :shy:
And yes, smoke shops are not always the best place to buy Leaf, especially for a new kratom consumer.
I look forward to your updates on him :cool:
> IMO Gabapentin is hit or miss as far as effectiveness, and it definitely can be addictive and produce withdrawals if used regularly. Use with extreme caution or don't use at all.
Thanks Biz and everyone who took the time to answer my question! I actually missed this last part until now because I forgot to subscribe to this thread! So I did decide to stop using it last Monday after a few days of no noticeable improvement. And glad I did. I believe my neuropathy stems from years and years of having my feet pressed hard into my stirrups to maintain balance ( the saddle kind, not the OBGYN kind :blush: and I began noticing a lot of pain and numbness in my feet a few years ago. It got so bad that I'd have to get off and walk it off when on a long trail ride, then mount again for a while, then walk again. I know my doctor has my best interest at heart but never once mentioned the possibility of dependance. And although at first kratom didn't do much for my neuropathy, it seems to be working well now. Thanks again :D