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Is Kratom the CBD of Opioids?

Click here for reuse options! The DEA wants to ban it, but the Southeast Asian herb has valuable medicinal properties and can help with withdrawals from opiate addiction. It’s been used traditionally as both a medicine and a textile. It’s reportedly helpful for treating drug addiction, and its consumption has never resulted in a documented death from toxic overdose. But the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) considers it a dangerous drug with no medical value.
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