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The failed “Colorado Marijuana Report” by Kansas AG Derek Schmidt.

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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt released the “Colorado Marijuana Report.” Schmidt collected data from district attorneys, sheriffs and chiefs of police around the State of Kansas. The Colorado Marijuana Report showed there was actually less cannabis confiscated in 2015 than there was in 2013. The survey showed that multiples counties are having problems finding jurors…

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Patents on kratom alkaloids prove the federal government is lying to us.

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Pharmaceutical company Smith Kline & French Laboratories obtained a patent for a main alkaloid in kratom in 1964. Patent 3,324,111 is for the alkaloid in kratom known as Speciofoline. A 2010 patent application claims kratom can be used to treat opioid addiction. Americans are using 80% of the worlds total opioid supply. The federal government…

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DEA claims kratom to be an “imminent hazard to public safety.”

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The DEA wants to temporarily place kratom in the Schedule I drug category. The DEA has claimed kratom to be a “imminent hazard to public safety.” 660 calls were made to the poison control center over 5-years in regards to kratom exposure. According to the CDC there were over 28,000 overdoses from prescription opioids in…

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What does 6630507 mean?

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Pictures are surfacing on social media of hands with 6630507 written on them. The number represents the patent held by the US government for medical cannabis. The patent was filed by the Department of Health and Human Services in 1999. Despite the patent, the DEA recently claimed cannabis would remain a Schedule I drug due…

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The DEA has refused to remove cannabis from its Schedule I listing.

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The DEA has refused to remove cannabis from the Schedule I category. The FDA claims that cannabis has no medical benefits. Schedule I is the strictest drug category we have, placing marijuana along side heroin and LSD. Schedule II contains known to be dangerous and highly addictive drugs, such as, methamphetamine and oxycodone. The DEA…

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