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DEA Kratom Ban Decision Delayed Until December 1

A potential U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency ban on the popular herbal supplement kratom will not go into effect as originally outlined. The agency has formally withdrawn its plan to place the plant on the list of Schedule I drugs under the Controlled substances Act. In August, the DEA announced that two active chemicals, mitragynine and... Read more ยป DEA Kratom Ban Decision Delayed Until De
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