Lots of threads on various types of kratom
, but none directly addressing this simple question. My pet turtle Clover is in a conundrum.
Clover first experimented with kratom a couple of years ago. He knew very little about kratom at the time and had no clue about various types. He tried a variety of kratom and found a whole, dried leaf that was quite enjoyable. Clover's favorite way of taking this kratom was simply to chew the dried leaves, but sometimes he would make a tea. Clover also experimented with toss and wash, extracts, powders. Clover said the effects were somewhat mild, but he enjoyed them. Fast Forward to now....
Clover recently decided to try kratom again only this time Clover was armed with much more knowledge. He did even more research and decided to order some bali powder as it seemed to be the most commonly used. Clover now knows that he does NOT like bali powder, or at least not this particular batch.
Clover is a tramadol
addict and was going to use the kratom to assist with coming off of tramadol (something he does often in cycles to combat tolerance). This is NOT working out for Clover and he is very disappointed and upset.
Clover says this bali powder is way too stimulating for him
(he doesn't mind a bit of stimulation, but he finds that the stimulation from this is too intense for him and is interfering with any enjoyment.
Clover also says that this bali powder does not taste good and causes stomach discomfort. Clover loved the taste of the kratom leaf he had before and though this taste is similar, it doesn't taste the same at all. Clover and his friend have both reported stomach discomfort after using this both in tea and toss and wash.
Clover wants a kratom that gives him a warm, fuzzy feeling. If it's slightly sedating, I think he would like that more than being stimulating. He does NOT want something that will shoot his tolerance up as he has problems enough with that.
What kind of kratom is most like an opiate
? Clover thinks his bali powder is not at all opiate like.