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  1. Another Happy Kratom User Relays His Incredible Story — July 27, 2015
  2. Florida Bill Proposes Research For Kratom — May 29, 2015
  3. Kratom Escapes Ban In Florida Legislature — May 1, 2015
  4. New Florida Bill Requests More Research On Kratom — March 31, 2015
  5. A Brief History On The Use Of Kratom — January 30, 2015

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Jul 27

Another Happy Kratom User Relays His Incredible Story

Despite the fact that many people do not approve of the use of Kratom, people cannot deny the fact that it does have healing properties. There have been many stories of people who used Kratom and have experienced a miraculous healing. One of the people who was able to experience a miraculous healing after using …

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May 29

Florida Bill Proposes Research For Kratom

Kratom is a type of plant that is native to Asia. It is a part of the coffee family and has been used for many years for its recreational and medicinal purposes. Kratom has become very popular in America in recent years. The Florida House of Representatives proposed a bill that would give Kratom a …

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May 01

Kratom Escapes Ban In Florida Legislature

An ambitious bill by representative Kristin Jacobs to ban the common shrub kratom has been temporarily defeated. Thanks in part to the Botanical Legal Defense fund, a lobbyist group paid for by donations from the Kratom community. After pushing hard to stump for legislation to ban the kratom plant in Florida, her bill was effectively …

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Mar 31

New Florida Bill Requests More Research On Kratom

Those who enjoy a legal high have turned to kratom, which is a Southeast Asian plant in the coffee family. While kratom has been used as medicine for centuries, it is not clear what it does in the body after ingestion or what the long-term effects are after the intial high. Use of kratom has …

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Jan 30

A Brief History On The Use Of Kratom

Kratom is a deciduous tree in the coffee family that is indigenous to Southeast Asia. The leaves of the tree have long been used for both medicinal and recreational purposes. Despite widespread consumption throughout Southeast Asia, the cultivation and possession of the tree’s leaves are now banned in Thailand, but remain available in the United …

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