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American Kratom Association Demands a Recall on Scheduling Recommendation

FDA Death Data On Kratom Linked To Adulterated Products, Not The Kratom Plant Itself American Kratom Association Demands a Recall on Scheduling Recommendation and Complete FDA Re-evaluation of Kratom Science. WASHINGTON, DC – September 24, 2018 – The American Kratom Association (AKA) today called upon the U.S….

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FDA’s “Trick Play” to Paint Kratom as Opioids to Influence Ban

By American Kratom Association Our Response to the FDA “Trick Play” Announcement Today – Today’s FDA’s “Trick Play” to Pressure DEA to Schedule Kratom Commissioner Gottlieb’s Statement Shows the FDA is Desperate to Influence Ban The American Kratom Association’s Response from Dave Herman, Board Chairman…

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Sessions Goes After “Dangerous” Marijuana, Grants Opioid Maker Rights to Synthetic THC

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Here is a tragic joke: Why is synthetic THC deemed safe but natural marijuana is considered dangerous? Punchline: Because the government said so. It would be funny, if this new nightmare scenario weren’t true and if the “war on drugs” didn’t result in…

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Top DEA Official Just Exposed How Congress Works With Big Pharma to Hook America on Opioids

By Jack Burns On Sunday, 60 Minutes interviewed several former U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) employees who came forward to blow the whistle, accusing several Fortune 500 drug distributor companies for the epidemic opiate overdoses. For many years, Joe Rannazzisi was the head of the…

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Sessions Is Using the Opiate Crisis as an Excuse to Disrupt Medical Marijuana

By Carey Wedler Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been vocal about his archaic opposition to cannabis. Before and after becoming the nation’s top cop, he expressed his ill-advised distaste for the plant, suggesting “good people don’t smoke marijuana” and bemoaning the possibility that cannabis shops…

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New Studies Confirm The Effectiveness Of Ibogaine In Stopping Opioid Addiction

By Dylan Charles The opioid crisis in America has reached epidemic levels and overdose deaths continue to rise. While the destructive effects of heroin and pharmaceutical opioids ravage communities and destroy families, the federal government is considering harsh new mandatory sentences for opioid crimes, demonstrating a heart-breaking…

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DEA Quietly Removes Damning Report on Marijuana “Dangers”

By Brandon Turbeville The recent removal of a 45-page document from the DEA’s website now has many pro-cannabis activists claiming a small victory. The document entitled “The Dangers and Consequences of Marijuana Abuse” listed various nonsensical claims such as that marijuana causes addiction and is…

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