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Hmmm...DARE CHANGED a it's mind on cannabis! Kratom next... 3 years 5 months ago #9014

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Hmmm...DARE CHANGED a it's mind on cannabis! Kratom next... 3 years 5 months ago #9087

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Hey Jeanniekini,

That's a very interesting angle you're taking from this, I like it a lot. I feel that people are getting more and more accepting of alternative medicine and this is a good sign of that.

Thank you for posting!

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Hmmm...DARE CHANGED a it's mind on cannabis! Kratom next... 3 years 5 months ago #9103

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Wow, I am flabbergasted to hear that D.A.R.E. took this... "daring" a step, but it's not really much. D.A.R.E. has an unsurprising reputation for being a joke, and perhaps their quiet removal of cannabis from their list of "gateway drugs" is a step for them to come across as less ridiculous to the more well informed.

Call me a skeptic, but on the contrary I'm a little afraid Kratom will become a new scapegoat for this "heroin epidemic" Debbie Wasserman Schultz referenced. It is in fact true the United States has seen an exponential increase in heroin use largely due to regulation of pharmaceuticals (pill poppers are moving to the dirty as an alternative while heroin becomes progressively less socially unacceptable in the opiate subculture).
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