• DEA to add kratom to same list as heroin

    DEA to add kratom to same list as heroin0

    The DEA has had Kratom on its list of drugs and chemicals of concern for several years. It’s illegal to import and, they said, law enforcement nationwide has seized more kratom in the first half of 2016 than any previous year. They said kratom has a high potential for abuse, and there is no accepted medical use for it.… Continue reading.

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  • Passage of bill makes Kratom a schedule one drug

    Passage of bill makes Kratom a schedule one drug0

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  • Kratom Tea Powder Review & Guide

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    Jun 30, 2020 (TS Newswire via Comtex) —
    Known as Mitragyna Speciosa in scientific circles, the Kratom tree is a member of the coffee plant family called Rubiaceae. . Similar to coffee it offers certain stimulant qualities.

    However, the Kratom plant has found its way to the West. Here, most people consume it in the form of tea. As a result, it’s very popular in the natural health community.

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    Kratom is legal to buy and sell in most states. It has been shown to have beneficial analgesic properties.

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  • €51k worth of drugs seized at Shannon Airport

    €51k worth of drugs seized at Shannon Airport0

    Revenue seized €51k worth of drugs during routine operations in Shannon Airport today.

    The first package contained over half a kilogram of the drug in loose powder form and is estimated to be worth roughly €10,400.

    The package was sent from Austria and was to be delivered to an address in Tipperary.

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  • Revenue seize €51,000 worth of drugs at Shannon Airport as part of ongoing investigation into illegal drug importation

    Revenue seize €51,000 worth of drugs at Shannon Airport as part of ongoing investigation into illegal drug importation0

    REVENUE have seized €51,000 worth of drugs at Shannon Airport today as part of an ongoing investigation into the illegal importation of drugs.

    After conducting some routine operations Revenue officers seized two packages containing Kratom in the form of both loose powder and vacuum packed blocks.

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    The first package contained over 0.5kg of Kratom in loose powder form and the second contained two 1kg vacuum packed blocks of the drugCredit: Revenue

    The first package with Kratom powder inside contained over 0.5kg of the controlled drug and had an estimated value of €10,400.

    It originated in Austria and was addressed to somewhere in Tipperary.… Continue reading.

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  • CDC flooded with comments on marijuana and kratom as alternative painkillers ahead of deadline

    CDC flooded with comments on marijuana and kratom as alternative painkillers ahead of deadline0

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    “Through this opportunity, CDC is seeking stakeholders’ perspectives on and experiences with pain and pain management, including, but not limited to, the benefits and harms of opioid use,” it said. “CDC invites input specifically on topics focused on using or prescribing opioid pain medications, non-opioid medications, or non-pharmacological treatments (e.g., exercise therapy or cognitive behavioral therapy).”

    While the notice published in the Federal Register does not explicitly reference cannabis or kratom, numerous individuals have taken the opportunity to submit their feedback on the therapeutic benefits of the substances as alternatives to prescription opioids in their pain management.

    More than 200 people wrote about either “marijuana” or “cannabis,” about 70 wrote about CBD, and more than 1,000 discussed kratom, a lesser-known herb that has also shown promise as a pain reliever.Continue reading.

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