• Justice Minister vows to hurry kratom legalisation

    Justice Minister vows to hurry kratom legalisation0

    “I will proceed with this project as soon as possible because this [legalising kratom] will truly benefit society,” said the justice minister.

    He said a medical research team of Thai and Japanese researchers had already registered four patents two in Japan and others in the US.

    Mr Somsak yesterday said the ministry had formed a committee to consider the legalisation of kratom-based medicines.

    He cited research where kratom has been used as a traditional medicine to treat some illness such as pain, fever, dysentery and diarrhoea.

    Kratom is not classified as a narcotic drug by the United Nations and kratom-derived products can be freely imported and exported in many countries except Thailand where it has been treated as a narcotic, he said.Continue reading.

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  • Top Kava and Kratom Drink Recipe

    Top Kava and Kratom Drink Recipe0

    There is a significant difference between kava and kratom. Many people prefer to use them together to reap effective benefits, which also happens to be safe.

    Both are wonderful herbs that have the potential to help people in treating issues such as chronic pain, PTSD, muscle tension, depression, anxiety, and opiate addiction naturally.

    Before getting into the preparation of the magical kava and kratom recipe, let’s take a look at each one of them in a little detail.

    Understanding the similarities and differences between the two are significant. It will help in ensuring that the two are combined in a way that is effective as well as safe for consumption.… Continue reading.

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  • UF Research Could Help Settle Kratom Controversy

    UF Research Could Help Settle Kratom Controversy0


    His mother believes Ian Mautner’s death nearly five and a half years ago at an Interstate 95 overpass can be traced back to his consumption of kratom tea at a Delray Beach kava bar.

    Mautner began drinking kratom tea recreationally when he was 17 years old. He was told the product was natural, safe and would help him to think clearer and relax. However, he soon became addicted, Linda Mauter said, and the substance that he hoped would help him instead sent him down a path that eventually resulted in his suicide.

    Kratom is a legal substance that can be bought at gas stations, smoke shops, kava bars or online.… Continue reading.

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  • Kratom Controversy

    Kratom Controversy0


    His mother believes Ian Mautner’s death nearly five and a half years ago at an Interstate 95 overpass can be traced back to his consumption of kratom tea at a Delray Beach kava bar.

    Mautner began drinking kratom tea recreationally when he was 17 years old. He was told the product was natural, safe and would help him to think clearer and relax. However, he soon became addicted, Linda Mauter said, and the substance that he hoped would help him instead sent him down a path that eventually resulted in his suicide.

    Kratom is a legal substance that can be bought at gas stations, smoke shops, kava bars or online.… Continue reading.

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  • CBD Kratom opens in Frisco

    CBD Kratom opens in Frisco0

    CBD Kratom offers various CBD products. (Courtesy CBD Kratom)

    CBD Kratom opened in November at 6700 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 105, Frisco. The CBD shop offers CBD oils, edibles, hemp products, strains of Kratom, CBD pain creams, tinctures, caramels and bath products. 972-704-3359. www.cbdkratomshops.comContinue reading.
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  • Kirkwood leaders question plan for store selling kratom

    Kirkwood leaders question plan for store selling kratom0

    KIRKWOOD — A proposal to allow CBD Kratom to operate a store at 11220 Manchester Road prompted concern from some residents and city officials during a public hearing Thursday.

    A vote on the proposal is set for the council’s meeting Dec. 19.

    Jonathan Raiche, city planner, told Mayor Tim Griffin and the council that the 1,989-square-foot building, on the south side of Manchester west of Geyer Road, is across the street from North Kirkwood Middle School.

    He said products to be sold by the new store would include lotions, oils and food, specializing in dietary supplements and other products that contain CBD/cannabidiol — an oil extracted from the hemp plant — and kratom, a plant that grows naturally in Thailand and some other Asian countries.

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