- Kratom Products
- March 12, 2019
Express Transportation, a company that transports senior citizens to and from places like the doctor’s office, is working with businesses in East Texas to collect essential items senior citizens might not be able to find at the store.
David Shelton owns Kratom King in Tyler and Longview. He is one of the business owners partnering with Express Transportation.
“As you see in the stores lately, the essentials are bare, if not gone,” Shelton said. “So we wanted to have a way that people could help bring their products up there and us get that out to the elderly across East Texas.”
Shelton says he is involved in this program because he simply wants to help people in need.… Continue reading.READ MORE
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Found in smoke shops and some corners of the internet, this leafy natural remedy is growing in popularity to self-treat a host of conditions.
Kratom is a tropical tree native to South Asia. Its leaves or extract from its leaves are harvested and made into a variety of forms (think tablets or drinkable doses) to help with chronic pain, opioid dependence and withdrawal, and — since you’re here — symptoms of depression or anxiety.
Although some evidence exists about kratom’s effectiveness, there’s also plenty out there about the dark side of this natural remedy.… Continue reading.
A tweet by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins caught the owners of CBD oil and vape shops off guard Wednesday.
“Vape shops and sellers of CBD oil are not essential businesses,” Jenkins wrote.
The shops were declared nonessential because their products can be purchased online, county spokeswoman Lauren Trimble said.
Vape shops and sellers of CBD oil are not essential businesses.
— Clay Jenkins (@JudgeClayJ) March 25, 2020
Many CBD oil and vape shops were deciding what to do next. Some were unaware of Jenkins’ declaration and still offered curbside service Wednesday morning. Others had closed their shops and were only selling online.… Continue reading.READ MORE
The coronavirus outbreak is temporarily changing our lives. Drastic measures are being taken to slow down the spread of the rapidly spreading deadly virus. So, if you are starting to experience changes in your life, you may already be making adjustments to the new lifestyle, such as the way you shop for essentials.… Continue reading.READ MORE