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Kratom: All Questions On Pre-DSHEA Ingredient Evidence In One Package

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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"Kratom illustrates the promise and the peril of dietary supplement regulation," says Jack Henningfield, Pinney Associates consultant and an expert on abuse liability of various substances. Kratom firms agree NDI notifications are needed for ingredients made from separate kratom alkaloids, but say the botanical itself has decades of safe use in the US.

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