The FDA posted a warning letter to the makers of the product, telling them to stop making medical claims and to stop selling it online.
Poppy seeds can be a source of opiates. They don’t contain opiates themselves, but the pod of the plant they develop
Kratom is a substance that often gets a bad rap in the media, but is it something that can be of use, specifically pertaining to combat athletes? Also, is kratom something that is perhaps being overlooked as a training tool by those in the MMA
Kratom, a tall skinny plant (Mitragyna speciosa) in the coffee family is indigenous to Southeast Asia. Kratom has been used by the people in that region for years as a stimulant and to manage pain. When sipped as a brewed tea, it has a stimulant
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration told 24 Hour News 8 it will “soon determine whether to place kratom under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. Schedule I drugs, like heroin and LSD, have no medically accepted use and high potential for abuse.
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The New York State Department of Health recently began urging doctors prescribing opioids for patients with severe pain to consider medical marijuana as an alternative. The guidance was part of an emergency regulation that went into effect July 12.
The national opioid crisis on average causes