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Experiences - Super Green Malaysian Kratom

Discussion in 'Kratom' started by sturdychinfilms, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. sturdychinfilms

    sturdychinfilms Mercury Member

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    Anybody have experience with Super Green Malaysian Kratom? I hear good things. Mr Bean has only used Bali and love it. for his next batch he wants to try something more stimulating. Would Super Green Malaysian be a good choice? Also lookin into thai.
     
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  2. DXMBunny

    DXMBunny Silver Member

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    supers seem to be varying between vendors, I has heard that kind can be bad sometimes... most supers are good but not usually for the money... cept super indo... it seems to be good with all vendors and good value with most...

    unfortunately asking people if a certain kind is good can wield incorrect results for these reasons

    1. batches can vary greatly between vendors or even orders!
    2. one can like a type and another hate it.
    3. there is no naming regulation in the kratom world so what they call it make not be the same as what another calls it... they can call it whatever they like... it could be shitty kratom and be called super deluxe will not fail you kratom... lol
     
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  3. finchers

    finchers Newbie

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    I just ordered a batch of green malay n its dark compared to all the pictures n descriptions I've researched. Any thoughts? Haste in this matter would be greatly appreciated as I ordered a huge amount. Thank you.
     
  4. Li2CO3

    Li2CO3 Silver Member

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    i'd try it first before making any conclusions based on pictures. green malaysian is noticeably more stimulating than red strains, and the stimulation seems to last longer than any other strain i've tried. have you tried any other strains that you could make a comparison to?

    anyways, it's definitely my favourite strain overall. :)
     
  5. vervain

    vervain Titanium Member

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    Anything you order (whether kratom or a t-shirt, online or from a catalogue) isn't necessarily going to match the photo color-wise. And as Li2CO3 implies, it's probably more advisable to start with multiple small samples of a few strains to figure out your own preferences before going all-in on a "huge amount" of one.

    However I'd also agree with Li2CO3 - green malay seem to have a more stimulating effect. In my experience good for getting creative work done, makes you more conversational and doesn't seem to dull the intellect to any great degree.

    Case in point, I had been using super green malay for the above effects. I often work from a home office and it can help as a pick-me-up and when I'm working on a project that requires some imagination. Just this afternoon tried some maeng da instead - questionable idea as I'm now pretty stoned & foggy with a fair body load, not exactly unpleasant but sure as hell am not getting much work done today. Possibly took a little too much as the maeng da is apparently stronger, but the effects are *very* different.

    In all I'd say the green malay is a good choice, provided you ordered from a good vendor with a decent product.
     
  6. Li2CO3

    Li2CO3 Silver Member

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    i'd have to agree with you about green malay's positive effects on the creative process/how it doesn't dull your intellect. rather, for me it has always relieved any anxiety related to the creative process - e.g., if preparing to jam with other people, it loosens musical inhibitions and allows ideas to flow more easily. i find this with all strains of kratom but green malay's stimulation promotes actually doing things rather than just lying around...
     
  7. finchers

    finchers Newbie

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    Thanks for all the responses. I found it to be stimulating but not a shaky or "upper" feeling.I feel alert n way more personable than usual. I'm not sure if its allowed for me to state vendor names but I ordered from [source discussion is against the rules]. Again I greatly appreciate all the fast responses. This is my favorite site to research anything in this realm. Stay safe ;)

    finchers added 3 Minutes and 15 Seconds later...

    Oh and I've ordered smaller amounts a few times before ordering a much larger amount. Green malay is def a favorite now. :)
     
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  8. Sassy88

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    Yes...

    Actually, it's my favorite, and cheaper than Maeng Da. Never had much luck with Bali, either.
     
  9. Happy Camper

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    Probably one of the most "balanced" strains. Smoother than most Thai strains. Highs, mid-range, and bottom, covering most of the kratom spectrum. Pretty good "aroma" (u4ea) too. An "anytime of day" strain. Also, fairly long-acting.
     
  10. ianzombie

    ianzombie Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Hi HC. Please dont use terms like 'Aroma' or 'Burned' here, it only confuses people. We speak openly about drugs here and their effects and routs of administration. Keep in mind too that this is an international forum and not everyone speaks English as a first language so avoid text talk and abbreviations. :)
     
  11. Happy Camper

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    Sure thing, Ian.
     
  12. pillsner

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    1:19 here in USA and my spider monkey just ate 3 grams of super green Malay..his first time. I hope he likes it. I'll post more on his experience..

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    Am.119 am. It was just a 3 gram sample that came with his oZ of superior among da
     
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