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Kratom and Maeng Da Dosage: How Can It Help you Lose Weight Fast & Gain Energy?

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Kratom is a powerful substance and one of its strains "Maeng Da" has grown in popularity. This fascinating substance has taken a life of its own and is among the more used strains in the world.

For those looking to lose weight and/or gain energy, it's time to look at Maeng Da in detail and all that it has to offer.

What is Maeng Da?


Maeng Da is a type of kratom strain, which has a unique subset of effects and is well-regarded as a "potent" strain. This red-colored strain is originally found in the heart of Asia and is a ball of energy with regards to its overall impact. It provides a wide-ranging list of advantages and is used for a number of medicinal purposes.

To take this the right way, it's best to start with 50-100 mg to see appropriate change.

Benefits of Maeng Da

1) Fast Weight Loss

When the right Maeng Da dosage is used, the weight is going to drip away rapidly. This is the true power of kratom and why it is openly used by millions of people worldwide. It is able to activate the body's metabolic response and can ensure everything functions properly over time. With this type of change, the weight starts going down.

When it is time to put together a comprehensive and personalized weight loss regimen, it's never a bad idea to start with Maeng Da.

2) Increase in Energy Levels

Along with the weight loss, people note an immediate change in their energy levels. Instead of dealing with chronic fatigue, they end up seeing a nice energy boost that lasts throughout the day and between dosages. Having this level of energy makes all the difference in the world for those fatigued.

A lot of people are unable to function due to this issue and that's where Maeng Da is able to get the job done. It provides a boost that is not only useful but is able to provide a meaningful change to how one feels.

3) Safe to Use

With years of continuous testing and meaningful natural properties, Maeng Da is a strong strain that gets the job done. Of course, it has been tested based on appropriate biological dosages and should only be used in those conditions. As long as the dosage is correct, your body is going to respond well.

This is what safety is all about when it is time to put things together and move towards a healthier life. Whether it is pain relief, weight loss, or simply a source of energy, kratom is safe to use.

4) Stress Relief

Stress can have a tremendous impact on one's life and it can start to seep into everything. Due to how kratom works, it is able to target those stresses at the chemical level and make sure things feel better. It is able to soothe the mind and that is when stress starts disappearing. For those dealing with bouts of pain, kratom is able to get rid of the pain, which helps eliminate stress.

Maeng Da is great for a number of reasons and one of them has to do with a general boost psychologically. People don't have to worry about their long-term mental health.

5) Pain Relief

Are you dealing with a constant burst of pain that refuses to go away?

This is a hurdle many people deal with and it can have a bothersome impact on their quality of life. Whether it is back pain, leg pain, migraines, or a combination of everything, you want a solution that is natural. This is one of the more efficient options available to people and it works like a charm.

The pain relief is both instantaneous and long-term ensuring you're able to move forward without a problem. This is why people enjoy using Maeng Da to their advantage.

Final Thoughts

There are many reasons to emphasize your Maeng Da dosage and it begins with these benefits. The strain is one of the most powerful and impactful options a person has and it can make a noteworthy difference. Pay attention to the Maeng Da dosage, make appropriate adjustments, and start noticing a change in how you feel.

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I Have Been Bullied Both At School and At Work. Here's What It Taught Me

Starting with a little background, I am an anti-bullying advocate and have recently graduated from The Parent Leadership Training Institute, where as part of our studies we were asked to come up with a community project close to our hearts and put it into action. My cause was bullying, and I began a blog and Facebook page to address issues pertaining to all forms of bullying. Implementing this project was followed by a thre- minute speech to my peers, and, after all this, here is what I have learned about bullying.


Bullying makes people feel bad about themselves, leading to feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem and even physical symptoms. The repercussions of bullying can cause people to miss school or work as well as countless other negative side effects.

I have been bullied both at school and at work, and I know of others who have suffered the same plight. It is not fun!

My first bullying experience was in seventh grade as a young teen. There was a group of three "mean girls" who harassed me and, I later found out, several of my friends; they thought it was funny to pick on others about their clothes, their looks or whatever else they could come up with (who knows). It felt awful at the time. Supposedly, I was chosen to get picked on because they claimed I bought my clothes at the Goodwill. That wasn't true, but really who cares? Why they were picking on me was never really the point. Luckily, after a while, the meanies went on to the next victim(s) like a never-ending cycle. I tend to think once a bully, always a bully, which goes to show how good a lifestyle that is, because those "mean girls" never amounted to much. In hindsight, I feel sorry for them. Watch the movie The Gift if you're really curious about what happens to bullies when they grow up.

And bullying was not just an issue when I was a teen, since then nothing much has changed. My own nephew was bullied in eighth grade, and he recently talked to me in depth about of how the bullying took a toll on him. Especially because I had the same experience, I could relate to him in ways that some others couldn't. Like reliving my own memories, I was incredibly broken up to hear how it made him feel.

Even worse than that, bullying does not end in the school yard. Employees are being bullied on the job at an alarming rate. When you are bullied on the job as an adult, it taken an even bigger toll. Further it doesn't just go away like those middle school "mean girls." Unless you can quit your job, you might just be stuck. There are all kinds of physical symptoms, stomach pains, migraines and even panic attacks. Beyond the physical, people's mental and emotional state is extremely sensitive to bullying, and as a result work performance might suffer. Furthermore, it might feel like there is no recourse, no one to believe you. You can hope that the HR Department is willing to listen and do something about it, but the whole process can be so disheartening. And in the hierarchical corporate environment, sometimes the bully seems to get ahead and you are left lagging behind in a subservient position. This is what happened to me as a victim of workplace bullying. It started with me being told by a co-worker that my boss was following me to the bathroom, staring down the hall whenever I left my desk to make sure I came right back to my seat. Then it was standing over me as I typed, ordering me to get in a car with them, not allowing me to sit somewhere if it wasn't within their sight. The list of offenses could go on endlessly. There were times I felt like I couldn't breathe. And then, the bully torturing me got a promotion. Like the character of Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada, the classic bully is revered by her peers, despite the fact that all of her employees are terrified of her. Yet, she is in a role of high stature and praised as a bully. We live in a culture that is not only complacent in the existence of bullies, but one that actively allows them to thrive.

It makes you realize how unfair life can be. Of course, no one said that life would be fair; maybe you just assumed that bad people would not get ahead. But, they do. Even now, I cannot help but to shake my head in disbelief. I often wonder what makes a person feel the need to laud their power over another. Are they insecure? Were they bullied themselves? They must feel bad about themselves in some way? Do they feel the need to do this to make themselves look good? Whatever the reason, it certainly isn't nice at all. I have found myself at different times in my life standing up for people who have been bullied around me. And I certainly do not allow anyone to treat me in any way that I find disrespectful. I truly believe in karma, and I tell myself that at some point in time, the bullies will get it back in some way. I have seen it happen, and in the meantime, I just say to myself "What goes around, comes around."

Bullying shows no sign of slowing down, and in this day and age, it's even worse than I have experienced in the past. Cyber bulling, rumors, fist fights, knifes, guns and other forms of both mental and physical cruelty, it truly sickens me. I know that I cannot save everyone, but I try to be an advocate as much as possible and encourage others to do so as well. NO ONE SHOULD BULLIED! It is disgraceful to say the least. You should always practice grace as much as you can. With every person who chooses to do so, the world gets a little bit better. I will be writing more on this topic on a regular basis; I feel it helps to talk about this subject aloud and spread the word. and, if nothing else, be kind.