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DEA Kratom Ban Delayed: Herbal Supplement Will Still Be Legal On September 30

The DEA kratom ban set to go in effect on Friday has been delayed. While the news is certainly a win for kratom advocates as well as users, the agency still plans to put the herbal supplement on the list of Schedule I drugs, joining others like heroin and LSD. “What I can tell you... Read more » DEA Kratom Ban Delayed: Herbal Supplement Will Still Be Legal On September 30 is an article
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