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The drug opioid addicts use to to wean themselves off narcotics may become illegal

Kratom, the drug opioid addicts use to to wean themselves off hardcore narcotics, could become illegal Friday. The Drug Enforcement Administration plans to move kratom to its Schedule I drug list — making it illegal to possess and sell. Online dealers are reportedly scrambling to sell their stocks, and users are rushing to buy it before the designation is official. SEE MORE: The FDA Wants To Create An App That Could Save Opioid Users' Lives Drugs in the Schedule I category have no accepted medical use and are considered to be extremely addictive with a high frequency of abuse.
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