Kratom is a medicinal plant that has been used by people for centuries. It is legal in most countries and is also used by people for recreational purposes. The plant has been found to have a number of health benefits. Recently the FDA has asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to consider an international ban on Kratom. Senior Fellow on Public Policy for the American Kratom Association, Mac Haddow explains why there so much controversy behind this natural plant. Mac answer questions such as:
1. What is Kratom?
2. Where does Kratom come from?
3. What are the various forms Kratom come in?
4. How do people use Kratom?
5. What are some things people are using Kratom to treat?
6. What category is Kratom placed in by the FDA?
7. Why is it placed in this specific category?
8. What are the health effects of Kratom?
9. How Long Does Kratom Stay in Your System?
10. How does Kratom affect the brain?
11. Can a person overdose on Kratom?
12. Why is the FDA considering banning Kratom?
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