How You Can Avoid An Indo Kratom Tolerance

Are you noticing that it take longer for your vein to kick in? The strain’s effects aren’t lasting as long if at all?

You may be experience a tolerance, a case of bad dosage management, that can results in what is called, “Stagnant Strain Syndrome.”

What is Stagnant Strain Syndrome? How can you avoid building up a tolerance? We’ll answer these questions, and get you back on track, and noticing results with these tips on avoiding an Indo Kratom tolerance.

Stagnant Strain Syndrome And Tolerance

Stagnant Strain Syndrome is when you’ve taken too much of a particular strain and now the results are inefficacious. This is the same with tolerance, while tolerance and Kratom dependence isn’t as bad as it would be with an opiate like heroin, it can have negative impacts.

When your opiate receptors no longer respond to the alkaloids and signals being sent by your body, your receptors become “stagnant,” or in other words, out to lunch, and down-regulated. The amount of receptors are reduced. Thus, it’d take more and more compounds to cause a reaction or a message to be received.

Avoiding A Tolerance

If this is your first rodeo, you really should be starting off slow and building up your doses gradually. It’s understandable, when you’re in chronic pain to take more of a dose because certain Indo Kratom veins have better analgesic responses.

But if you do a few of these suggestions below, followed by a schedule, you’ll have better long-term results, and you won’t have to worry about stagnant strain syndrome.

Change How You Take It

There’s a reason why Indo Kratom comes in different forms. Capsules and powders make it easier to interchange. You can also mix it into a tea, a coffee, into a salad, or rotate how you consume. Powder to capsule, capsule to powder.

The good news is… if you don’t want to switch from Indo Kratom, try incorporating each vein into your schedule.

Different Strains Different Days

l  Monday: Green Indo Kratom: A day to relax, build up your confidence and take it slow.

l Tuesday: Day off

l  Wednesday: White vein Indo Kratom: Start off your day right with energy and better focus. Build up your cognitive state and better concentration.

l  Thursday: Day off.

l  Friday: Red vein Indo Kratom: It’s the weekend, time to unwind, and stimulate your body, mind and soul with a more aggressive euphoric effect.

l  Saturday: Day off

l  Sunday: Combine in intervals:

For Sunday, try a three grams, but one gram of each. That way you can return to Monday with a slow green Indo Kratom and repeat your weekly schedule.

Combinations

A lot of users have started doing this to experience different effects and to avoid stagnant strain syndrome. You can mix your green and red vein on one day, and then your white and green on another.

Try incorporating a different white vein like Borneo or Sumatra, which have different effects than white Indo Kratom.

The Final Say

None of these are bullet-proof, ultimately, this means that you will have to experiment and see what works. That’s the fun of it. The one thing you shouldn’t do is “overdose.” Don’t take too much Kratom to try and chase a result. Take some time off, if you have to.

Tolerance can be problematic, because you are losing the benefits Indo Kratom has. The great thing about Indo Kratom is the variety of veins available. If you use those options right and to your advantage, you’ll have problem avoiding a Kratom tolerance.