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Free 10 grams Kratom SampleNo Longer AvailableExpired: Aug 7, 2017 1:01pm | Comments 1
Tuscon Kratom is offering up a Free 10 grams Kratom Sample with Free Shipping using code: free sample at checkout. Kratom is an herbal product used as an alternative agent for muscle pain relief, diarrhea, and as a treatment for opiate addiction and withdrawal. If you're interested in receiving a free sample to try for yourself, click here then choose the product you want, select the Sample 10 grams size for $4.99, add to your cart and apply the code: free sample to make your total $0.00. Shipping is free so no payment info is needed.
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Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is a tropical evergreen tree from Southeast Asia and is native to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Kratom, the original name used in Thailand, is a member of the Rubiaceae family. Other members of the Rubiaceae family include coffee and gardenia. The leaves of kratom are consumed either by chewing, or by drying and smoking, putting into capsules, tablets or extract, or by boiling into a tea. The effects are unique in that stimulation occurs at low doses and opioid-like depressant and euphoric effects occur at higher doses. Common uses include treatment of pain, to help prevent withdrawal from opiates (such as prescription narcotics or heroin), and for mild stimulation.
Advocates say the herb kratom offers relief from pain, depression, and anxiety. Scientists say it may hold the key to treating chronic pain and may even be a tool to combat addiction to opioid medications. Source WebMD.com