The proposed legislation would prohibit abortions anytime after a pregnancy is detected, and its supporters suggest this may be a good option to take before the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. In other states, lawmakers are looking at problems in the Minnesota Department of Human Services and protections for the supplement kratom in Ohio.
WASHINGTON–(Business Wire)–More than 1000 Americans have signed a petition calling on journalists to start covering the coffee-like botanical kratom in a fair and balanced fashion. The petition was sent over the weekend by the Kratom Information & Resource Center (KIRC) to nine leading U.S. news media trade groups.
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At first glance, kratom doesn’t seem like anything special: a light green plant with red veins, about two meters tall. Kratom falls under the tree family and is considered an endemic tropical plant only found in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Papua New Guinea.
There are no historical records indicating when humans began consuming kratom, but the plant’s benefits have been widely known for ages. Its leaves are edible and can be ground into a powder and brewed into a tea. The only downside? It’s extremely bitter.
Kratom is a magical leaf of sorts, having a calming and painkilling effect.… Continue reading.