• The Easy Kratom Powder Guide

    The Easy Kratom Powder Guide0

    For centuries, the Kratom tree has been revered as a powerful plant capable of being used to significantly enhance health and wellness. 

    This plant grows natively in regions of southeast Asia, and it’s earned a reputation for being incredibly effective at improving health and wellness across a broad spectrum. Even though Kratom has a long history of use, it has only recently become popular in places like the United States and Canada. 

    Proponents of Kratom love the effect it has on mood, motivation, and overall well-being. This has prompted a lot of interest for those looking to bring more balance to their lives via natural means.Continue reading.

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  • Kratom users react to new opioid classification by the FDA

    Kratom users react to new opioid classification by the FDA0

    “And it’s an opioid that’s associated with novel risks because of the variability in how it’s being formulated, sold and used recreationally and by those who are seeking to self-medicate for pain or who use kratom to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wrote.… Continue reading.

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  • Apple Rush Company, Inc. announces letter to shareholders and update on distribution of Element C

    Apple Rush Company, Inc. announces letter to shareholders and update on distribution of Element C0

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    TITUSVILLE, Fla., Aug. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Apple Rush Company, Inc. (OTC PINK: APRU) (the “company”) is proud to update its loyal shareholders with a letter to shareholders.

    Tony Torgerud, CEO of Apple Rush, said, “The Apple Rush Company, Inc. is continuing to grow and our commitment to our shareholders is unwavering. We have instituted many initiatives over the last few months in order to make sure the company would remain on solid ground. Our conversion to bottling hand sanitizer was successful and we have everything in place should we need to continue.

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  • Miracle or menace? Experts and users weigh in on kratom

    Miracle or menace? Experts and users weigh in on kratom0

    Like millions of people nationwide, Nieves says she fell victim to the opioid crisis. She says 8 years ago, she was homeless and using. After a friend died from an overdose, she says she was introduced to kratom as a way to stop abusing opioids. “Not only does it immediately halt the cravings for the opioids themselves, it also immediately halts the withdrawal symptoms,” said Nieves.… Continue reading.

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  • Hacker leaks data for U.S. gun exchange site on cybercrime forum

    Hacker leaks data for U.S. gun exchange site on cybercrime forum0

    A hacker has released the databases of Utah-based gun exchange, hunting, and kratom sites for free on a cybercrime forum.

    On August 10th, a threat actor posted databases that they claim contain 195,000 user records for the utahgunexchange.com, 45,000 records for their video site, 15,000 records from the hunting site muleyfreak.com, and 24,000 user records from the Kratom site deepjunglekratom.com.

    Databases posted to a cybercrime forum

    All of these sites are based out of Utah, USA and samples of the databases shared by cybersecurity intelligence firm Cyble show that each database was hosted on the same Amazon AWS server 

    The latest date on user records in each database is July 16th, which indicates that is when the data was stolen.… Continue reading.

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  • Letter: Kratom distribution poses risks to people who use drugs

    Letter: Kratom distribution poses risks to people who use drugs0

    Western North Carolina has experienced a surge of drug overdose deaths. COVID-19 increases overdose risks for people who use drugs; isolation leads to using alone; pandemics disrupt treatment and support; and PWUD (people who use drugs) suffer determinants of health that compound vulnerabilities. Overdose prevention strategies endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include naloxone distribution and syringe access programs. Harm reduction goes beyond, encompassing practical ideas to reduce negative consequences of drug use through advocacy, social justice and inclusion of PWUD in decision-making — with respect for the rights of PWUD.

    Serving populations at increased structural risk for overdose without adequate information is dangerous. When entities without a proven history in community-based harm reduction use the language of harm reduction to describe work not guided by its principles, it threatens people they purport to help.

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