Kratom is an illegal herbal drug that is used to treat pain, appetite loss, insomnia, and headaches.
It is also often used as a supplement to other traditional medicines.
In the United States, about 1.3 million people are addicted to kratom, which is sold as “Kratom.”
The drug is often smoked and sometimes eaten, though people have also used it recreationally.
The United States Drug Enforcement Agency has been monitoring the drug since August 2017, but it hasn’t been labeled a Schedule 1 drug by the US Food and Drug Administration.
The agency says it can’t regulate it under federal law, which requires drug makers to label drugs as “dangerous” and “uncontrolled.”
But some advocates of the plant are concerned that DEA agents may be abusing their discretion by classifying kratom as Schedule 1 drugs.
The DEA said the agency’s actions were not based on scientific evidence, and the agency has declined to provide more information.
The Drug Enforcement Administration declined to comment.
The US Food & Drug Administration has not made a ruling on kratom.
But it has said it will take a close look at it if it does.
The Food & Drug Administration’s website lists a number of kratom-related issues: • Kratom, a plant with a variety of medicinal and recreational uses, has been implicated in many serious conditions.
• Kromide, a synthetic opioid that is often used in kratom supplements, can be fatal.
• Other drugs have been implicated.
The FDA’s website notes that it is reviewing the risks of kromide to humans.
The company that makes kromides, Synthetic Kromate Inc., is based in Texas, but its manufacturing plant is located in a small manufacturing facility in Michigan.
A former employee of the company told NPR that the company was aware of the risks and was working with the FDA to ensure it complied with its obligations.
• In August, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order that blocked the DEA from enforcing the law against kratom products.
The ruling came a month after the DEA announced that it was investigating the company for failing to comply with the ban.