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Apr. 15th, 2008 | 03:32 pm
posted by: glitterophelia in untreated_pain

Anyone here use Kratom or Phenocane for pain?

I haven't used Phenocane in ages due to cost. I just got some Kratom off a seller on ebay for a reasonable price, and am using it today for the first time in a year. It's not a prescription med, but it helps. I was able to clean the house up a bit without the usual pain that I normally have, and even called my dad (I felt much calmer for some reason too, I think it was another effect of it).

I can't afford to get this much but I love it when I can. Plus, if it weren't for kratom I would have had a HORRIBLE time quitting vicodin. It made going off vicodin so much easier.

If any of you want more information there's a great forum for information here.

On another note, sadly, I think there are some states where it's illegal or they are trying to make it illegal...So you may want to find out the laws in your state, too.

If you have any questions let me know!

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glitterophelia

Re: kratom or phenocane for pain

from: glitterophelia
date: Sep. 3rd, 2010 11:07 am (UTC)
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I am aware that kratom can be addictive. however, if you stick only to the pain leaf like I do, the addiction possibilities are pretty rare as far as I know, it's when you get into the extracts and the stuff that's more powerful that you can easily get addicted (and it's a LOT more expensive too). I can take kratom for a month or two and take a month or two off with absolutely no consequences. It works well for me for the most part. Thank you for the other information! I didn't know about the cherries or Saliva (that's not salvia is it?) or white willow bark. good to know. I can't find that other painkiller I mentioned in this town so I haven't gotten it in a couple of years now. Only the kratom, which I order online from time to time when I have a little extra money or the pain is just excruiciating.

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