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The DEA will soon have even more blood on its hands

The imminent kratom ban will exacerbate the opioid crisis to new levels.
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DEA Plans to Ban Kratom

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Kratom is a plant that, according to users, relieves pain, reduces anxiety, and aids withdrawal from opioids like heroin. The Drug Enforcement Administration, however, believes kratom is dangerous and has no valid medical use. So th...

DEA Kratom Ban Takes Effect Friday, Lawmakers Ask Agency To Reverse Decision

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A Drug Enforcement Agency ban of the herbal supplement kratom will likely go in effect on September 30. However, a bipartisan group of U.S. representatives is requesting DEA Administrator Chuck Rosenberg reverse the kratom ban to al...

DEA Kratom Ban Starts Tomorrow, Advocates Still Hopeful Agency Will Delay Decision

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A Drug Enforcement Agency ban on the herbal supplement kratom will likely begin on Friday. Last month, the federal agency made a surprise announcement that the plant is to be reclassified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Su...

51 U.S. House Members Urges DEA To Delay "Hasty" Ban On Natural Herbal Supplement Kratom

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51 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed a letter to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) urging the federal agency to halt an emergency push to ban the coffee-related herb kratom by as early as tomorrow. A rela...

Top Kratom Researcher Discusses Potential Medical Use In Opioid Withdrawal

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Ole Miss medicinal chemist and pharmacologist, Dr. Chris McCurdy, is concerned that the DEA's pending ban on kratom will prematurely discard a potentially useful medicine.


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