Saturday, April 11, 2020

Free Kratom for those working Essential Jobs

Do you work with the public? Are you working a high risk essential job? 

If so, have some Kratom on us. There's evidence that the alkaloids in Kratom boosts your immune system, fights viruses, reduces anxiety and depression, and gives you energy. 

Please share the following in the comments and receive 100grams of Green Horn or Red Sumatra: 

Age
Occupation
How you're doing

Who knows? Maybe Kratom can help you stay healthy despite the Coronavirus. 

Make sure you write your address in the contact form (on your right) after you post your comment. 

For purchases, please take an extra 10% off of Pandemic Prices. We'll email the discount code after your comment posts. 

Thanks to everyone responsible for keeping us going, particularly those at high risk. Where would we be without you? Keep up the good work and Godspeed to us all. 

31 comments:

DoubleD said...

I work as a bank teller get exposed to a lot of people everyday and have to handle lots of cash and we have very little hand sanitizer. I drink a lot of coffee but that's now adding to the anxiety and stress. Kratom would be a wonderful tool to stay calm and energized.

I am 25.

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Unknown said...

I’m 32 and I work as an order picker in a food distribution warehouse. Over he last few weeks we have seen our daily workload increase by anywhere from 15-30% and we’re working overtime every day. So far none of my coworkers have fallen ill, thankfully. Other than my physical and mental stress levels being elevated I’m hanging in there.

SteveO said...

Thanks for sharing. You're performing an invaluable service for the entire country. Keep up the good work and do your best to stay healthy. We're getting a little busy, but shipments are going out daily. Tracking will get emailed as soon as it ships. You guys are all amazing!

Banana Pants said...

You are so nice to do this!

I'm 43 and a frontliner. I'm an ED nurse in Virginia and I deal with +C19 patients every day I work. I've already been quarantined once and I 100% expect to contract this virus, especially seeing as how I have ONE issued N95 that I have to wear for two weeks at a time before I can get another.
Physically, I'm fine, no symptoms yet! Emotionally, I watched several people die this week, the youngest being 26. This is some hard stuff to fight!

Unknown said...

Hello ky name is luis2387 in double M, i work at USPS in dr Phillips orlando f[, im tired from all the work iust a couple of us per shitnamd crazy amounts of mail to be sorted daily...thanksnfor doing this for us

Mike from DoubleM said...

Hi, Mike, 39yr old volunteer worker for Lanakila Pacific's Meals on Wheels on Oahu, Hawaii. My dog and I delivered meals from 2011-2015, and now my dad and I have been working there for the past two years. We provide daily hot meals for those in a small radius and weekly frozen meal packs for the rest of the island. Our clients are the elderly and disabled. With sheltering in place, even more kupuna (elders) need our help, so we are doing this every day, wherever they need us to go.

johnnyb#BBN said...

Hello, I'm John, 35 years old from Double M. I work as a customer service rep for a low income cell phone provider and take cash payments everyday from folks that can't afford a debit/credit card. It may not sound important but these people can't afford to not have communication.

I actually went through Corona myself already, probably got it from work. It was scary but I was only hospitalized for a couple days then 2 weeks of quarantine. Now I feel empowered to help people beyond my job because of the anti-bodies.

Adam said...

Hello,

My name is Adam and I work as a supervisor at Starbucks. I don't see us as terribly essential, but since people can still come through for food we are considered so, and we are all out there basically being exposed so people can get their coffee fix. Worse atrocities have happened!

Adam said...

I'm 34 btw! I also work on the events industry, my main source of income, so I'm hurting rn financially while I wait on this evanescent government aid.

carson said...

I'm a me mechanic I'm 33 and we have been slammed. .I've been trying to stay aware of those around me.
I'm also my mothers caretaker so. not being laid off is really good for us .
I would be really struggling if my shop closed down..
cheers to you for thinking of us who are still out there grinding.
thank yall who have stayed home!

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Unknown said...

Hello, I'm 47 and I work as a jail guard for Dallas County Sheriff's Department and we have both inmates and my fellow officers positive for COVID-19.
I'm doing ok, I guess. I'm just trying to keep from bringing COVID home to my chronically ill wife and my autistic son.

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Unknown said...

I'm 47, a Hospice Admissions Coordinator Registered Nurse. I'm 30mins away from Albany, GA... the epicenter for my region. I've struggled with treatment resistant major depression, PTSD, and dissociative disorder most of my life. Hanging in and trying to find something to work, especially during this time in Healthcare. I'm new to all of this, would like to try the free samples, please let me know what to do next.

Unknown said...

How do I order?

Anonymous said...

32
Social Worker
I work with a vulnerable population, so there's a lot more stress at work than normal, and constant changes to how we do our jobs. But, I'm fairly young, don't have any health conditions that would put me at a high risk of mortality if I were to catch covid-19, and I have some hobbies that are solo activities, so I could be doing a lot worse.

SteveO said...

Thanks for all of your hard work. Im still sending 100 gram bags via First Class Mail, without tracking. So, if you used the contact form to submit your address, then it's getting shipped to you. It might take a week with the USPS backlog, but any longer, you should contact me.

Anonymous said...

33
Fire protection systems
Thankfully my company is able to keep us busy in these trying times. I'm in and out of alot of cities week by week. We do our best to wear proper PPE when we cant quite social distance. I struggle with depression on a regular basis well before this pandemic. Just trying to keep my head above water at this point.

Unknown said...

29
Ride share/Food Delivery driver.
I have been delivering food almost every day of the pandemic to families across Los Angeles. Kratom has been a major positive force in my life and I am grateful for such an amazing plant!

Anonymous said...

26
I work in the construction industry. We have been busier than ever since this pandemic has started. I've been working 50-60 hour weeks and it has really started to wear on me. It's very hard to adhere to social distancing in the field that I work in. Although, I do consider myself fortunate to still be able to work. I just worry about my risk of infection.

Brent said...

32
IT for School District
I work technology for a local school district. We've been making sure the kiddos have the ability to learn from home while all of this is going on. Needless to say it's been pretty crazy, but the reward in seeing them still able to succeed and bring some sense of normalcy to their life is worth it.

I love my job and am grateful that I still have a job, and it feels good to know that we're making a difference in the lives of thousands of kids.

Anonymous said...

28 year old male and work at Target. Everyone take care!!;

Unknown said...

Forgot to use address

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm 38 and work as a cashier in the only grocery store in our little town. There are only 5 of us that are able to work right now and that's including the manager, so I am constantly working! Thankfully other than being tired and very stressed out I am doing fine. Thank you for thinking of all of us out here trying to keep day to day life as normal as possible. Hope your all staying safe!

mailman said...

My name is Steve.I'm a 49 year old letter carrier in Pittsburgh. Delivering to over 800 places a day (in addition to delivering to residential homes, I deliver to all types of places on my route: apartment buildings, office buildings, restaurants, gas stations, hotels,etc). I come in contact with people all day and have to touch all sorts of doorknobs ...so needless to say, I'm using ton if hand sanitizer everyday.

Anonymous said...

Hi my name is Chris and I am 32 years old. I am an essential worker as a mail carrier for USPS. We have been really busy delivering essential items to people all over upstate NY. It has been hectic to say the least but I am doin my best to stay safe dealing with people and working alot of hours by wearing masks and using sanitizer. I am doing the best I can but it can get stressful at times. Thank you for doing the free kratom and I am looking forward to trying your product. Take care everyone.

Anonymous said...

Hey everyone,

I work in the produce section of a grocery store. Corona has put us through our paces, but we're emerging from the worst of it both a little stronger and relieved that we managed to survive the past two months.

Kratom has really helped me deal with the stress and physical fatigue of working long hours under such chaotic circumstances. White strains before work are not to be underestimated :).

Anonymous said...

I am 32 years old and just graduated from pharmacy school about a week ago. Prior to my graduation, I began working as a pharmacy intern at a local hospital back in 2018 and have continued working in that position throughout the crisis. I'm personally doing pretty well, as I'm just happy to still have a job when so many people are now out of work.

hayden said...

Hi :) my name is Hayden, I'm currently working as a cashier at a grocery store with pretty much only a N95 to keep me safe. I normally use kratom daily, but due to the virus my hours have been cut in more than half, so I'm not really able to afford it unless get lucky with some extra hours. Not much else to say other than thank you 7ohm for what you're doing :) hope everyone stays healthy and safe <3

Anonymous said...

I'm 24 yo, employed in the produce section at a grocery store, and suffer from a laundry list of autoimmune and neurological issues. Kratom and CBD have allowed me to minimize my dependence on pharmaceutical medications while keeping me healthy enough to keep up at work.

Doing any sort of job is obviously difficult in my circumstances. Grocery stores have been absolutely stampeded by hordes of panicked customers for the past 2.5 months. We're trying to hold it together despite rampant shortages, employees getting sick, and working longer hours than we ever have before. I don't know if I could still function throughout all this without my morning cup of speciosa tea. It helps tremendously with my autoimmune symptoms (esp fatigue and soreness).

Kratom is critical to my ability to continue working even during the heightened stress of this crisis. A good cup of white or green and a few puffs of vaporized CBD lets me have the stamina and physical energy to keep up with my coworkers. That's important to me.

-A.

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