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DEA Proposal To Schedule Kratom Stirs Wave Of Opposition

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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AHPA and the American Botanical Council are among the opponents of DEA's proposal to schedule the active materials in kratom while NPA supports it, saying kratom products and raw ingredients have not met "the strict standards products and new ingredients must adhere to in order to be marketed to the public."

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