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Allyson Tocco

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Biologically, kratom acts enough like an opioid that DEA considers it a threat to public safety. The firm planned to use a regulative mechanism called emergency scheduling to place it in the very same restrictive category as heroin, LSD, and cannabis . This classification, Schedule I, is reserved for what the DEA considers the most dangerous drugs-- those with no redeeming medical value, and a high capacity for abuse.

KRATOM: THE BITTER PLANT WHICH COULD BENEFIT OPIOID NUTS-- ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT THE DEA DOES NOT BAN IT