- Kratom Products
- January 21, 2019
SONGKHLA: About 250kg of kratom leaves and 800 bottles of cough syrup worth altogether almost 200,000 baht were seized at a warehouse in Hat Yai district on Wednesday.
The leaves and the syrup bottles were found hidden under a large sheet at the warehouse in tambon Khlong Hae. The authorities believed the syrup was to be mixed with the leaves to brew an addictive cocktail drink.
The value of the leaves and the syrup was estimated at 190,000 baht, according to local police.
Police said the raid on the warehouse followed the arrest of Dong Kaewsantia, 46, who was stopped at a roadside checkpoint as he was driving a pick-up truck carrying kratom leaves.
The leaves were ordered from a supplier in Sadao district on the Thai-Malaysian border.… Continue reading.READ MORE
A new store offering CBD-related products has opened in Cedar Park. Good Vibes: Health and Wellness, at 711 N. Bell Blvd. Ste. A, Cedar Park, opened at the beginning of September, according to co-owner Jake Allard. In addition to offering multiple forms of CBD—the non-intoxicating, anti-inflammatory chemical found in marijuana—Good Vibes also sells Kratom, which Allard described as a “very strong anti-inflammatory” typically taken orally. 512-761-3002. goodvibeshealthandwellness.comREAD MORE
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GODFREY — Village board members on Tuesday will take a closer look at vices Tuesday night, considering an ordinance regulating cannabis, discussions on expanding video gaming and a business license request to sell Kratom.
The cannabis and video gaming issues were discussed at the last board meeting. At that meeting, the board instructed attorney Phil Lading to prepare an ordinance allowing a 3 percent tax on cannabis, but took no other action to allow either sale or production in the village at this time.… Continue reading.
Thailand’s Bhumjaithai Party has announced that it will be proposing a bill that will allow the country’s households to grow up to six cannabis plants. Thailand has a long tradition of using cannabis and the kratom plant for wellness purposes. It was the first Southeastern Asian country to regulate medicinal cannabis in 2018, when a law was passed unanimously in favor of the policy change.
“The principle is for medical use,” said Bhumjaithai Party official Supachai Jaisamut. “You can have it at home for ailments, but not smoke it on the street.” Jaisamut estimated that the law could come to a vote in the next six months.… Continue reading.READ MORE