Kratom Drug Ban May Cripple Promising Painkiller Research

A ban on kratom, a plant that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) says it intends to ban as soon as September 30, may stop promising painkiller research in its tracks, reports Scientific American. I’ve reported many times on the antiquated rules the DEA and Health and Human Services (HHS) are invoking to deny people from using safe, effective painkillers instead of pharmaceutical products such as oxycontin, which is linked to thousands of overdoses and deaths every year...

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