They’re Trying to Ban Another Harmless Plant That Helps People

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Source: Truthstream Media

November 27, 2017

Melissa Dykes

Excuse my language but this really pisses me off, to the point that, at 6:38 I accidentally said “opioid” although I meant “alkaloid” but it wasn’t worth rendering the whole video over again to fix it. Kratom is not an opioid. It’s a plant that has been safely used by the majority of humans for thousands of years that people take for pain relief to end their addiction to opioids (and help with depression, anxiety, PTSD, high blood pressure, diabetes, sleep disorders, etc. etc. etc.) “Pharmaceutical companies don’t create cures, they create customers.”


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