Kratom users stock up over worries on DEA decision

Kratom, a Southeast Asia plant used as an alternative to opioids, was set to join the DEA’s Schedule I list Sept. 30, although the timeline seemed in question Thursday. Customers in Tacoma, though, were taking no chances and stocking up.
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Kratom, a Southeast Asia plant used as an alternative to opioids, was set to join the DEA’s Schedule I list Sept. 30, although the timeline seemed in question Thursday. Customers in Tacoma, though, were taking no chances and stocking up.

Users of drug kratom stocking up before it becomes illegal

September 30, 2016 07:00 AM