Best Kratom Strains For Common Issues

November 12, 2019

Lets just cut to the chase and give you a list of strains that work best for common issues we deal with.

For pain:

Red Bali is a highly sedative strain loaded with 7-hydroxymitragynine. You can buy some HERE.

For energy:

Super white is an enhanced white strain that is known for delivering fast results for energy and mental motivation. Buy HERE.

For relaxing/sleeping:

Bentunangie. Bentuangie Kratom is known for being a mildly sedative but very relaxing strain. Buy some HERE.
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Remember, everyone is different. What works for one might not work for another. Try the suggestions but then figure out what works best for you. #kratom #kratomvendor

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