ALERT: DEA to Schedule 1 Kratom – Comment Board Can Stop Them!

ALERT: DEA to Schedule 1 Kratom – Comment Board Can Stop Them!





The DEA was about to institute a Kratom Ban a few months ago, but a public outcry stopped them in their tracks. Now, a forum is open and the DEA is taking comments – currently 17,000+.
Andrew Pontbriand | December 1, 2016

If you don’t know about Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa), now may be the time to learn about it.

In layman’s terms, Kratom is an Herb that is part of the coffee family. When it is taken, it can produce a euphoric feeling some describe as being similar to an opiate high. Chemically, Kratom’s molecules attach to the same neuro-receptors as morphine, heroin, and codeine.

The difference? It has been clinically proven to dramatically reduce, and in some cases stop opiate withdrawals.

To many, Kratom is nothing short of a life saving herb. Not only is it great for treating opiate withdrawals, it also combats pains from menstrual cramps, headaches, as well as many other types of pain.

With a nationally recognized Opiate Epidemic that is killing millions of people, it would be an assault on the well being of a suffering generation to ban or criminalize another naturally occurring substance. The regulation of Kratom could have disastrous effects, and cause a huge price increase among other negative consequences.

After December 1, 2016, Kratom could be temporarily placed under Schedule 1 classification as a controlled substance.

The DEA Comment Board

At midnight tonight, the DEA comment board will close. The more people who comment and give testimony to the positives of Kratom, the more likely Kratom may be saved from government capture.



Take a moment to visit the DEA Comment Board and leave your feedback, especially if you have used Kratom and experienced its’ benefits.

Please take a few moments to share this article on social media, with the #IAMKRATOM Hashtag!

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