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Kratom will remain legal for days, possibly longer

Kratom users can legally buy, sell and use the popular Southeast Asian tree leaf product for at least a few more days in the United States. The product, typically brewed as tea or taken in pills, will not become an illegal Schedule I substance on Friday, the first day the looming designation could have taken effect pursuant to an emergency scheduling announcement that surprised users last month.
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