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We are losing too many people to overdose - more than deaths from motor vehicle crashes or deaths from firearms!
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Dana Larsen Aug 31
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
The way to is to have legal, safe dosages of drugs available. The is the cause of overdoses, not the solution. When booze was banned, people died from poisoned alcohol all the time. The solution was to legalize and regulate alcohol. Same with opiates.
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tyler896 Aug 31
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
Prohibition = Suffering
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The Cold Poet Aug 31
I just lost a dear friend to an Overdose in Chicago three days ago. I wish there was a contact number for because I know some corrupt doctors offices that NEED TO BE SHUT DOWN.
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Melody Hope Woolf Aug 31
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
Kratom is helping tens of thousands with pain and/or addiction. Kratom doesn’t suppress respiratory system. Not addictive like opiates. Gives me 75% pain relief. I don’t need opiates. International Kratom expert Dr Christopher McCurdy. .…
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Melody Hope Woolf Aug 31
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
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OhPleez Sep 1
Kratom has destroyed two people I know. The only two that I know that were hyping kratom. Good luck.
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
Well if you hype anything it can destroy you. Can’t protect people from themselves
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OhPleez Sep 1
Sure thing. The two I know are just trading addictions to get off opioids. Addicted to kratom seems better, but still sad.
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
I have fibromyalgia, spinal stenosis, frayed meniscus, adhesive capsulitis, sciatica, osteoarthritis my whole body including my back. Was prescribed fentanyl and dilaudid and still bedridden. With Kratom 0 pain meds. That is NOT sad. That’s MIRACULOUS
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
I was bedridden using a walker and wheelchair. If I loose Kratom I go back to a walker and wheelchair. With Kratom I bike several miles a day through a nature preserve. My family has a mom and wife once again.
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
Let’s see why family members, of loved ones that take Kratom, have to say. My husband, a retired teacher, of 31 years and my adult son Jonathan who is in college. Taken when we fought the DEA in 2016 and WON.
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
Last year we did a tent camping road and from Michigan to Wyoming for the solar eclipse. I went rock climbing with my son too. This year a tent camping road trip from Michigan to Nebraska for a dark sky star party. ALL BECAUSE OF KRATOM
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Melody Hope Woolf Sep 1
There aren’t any family pictures of me and my kids or husband for the 8 years I was bedridden. That is sad. It’s sad that I suffered needlessly when Kratom was there all along.
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Richy Rich Sep 4
TRUE. KRATOM is a harmless natural PLANT. I know people who are addicted to COFFEE. Should we then ban coffee for the rest of the country? How STUPID is that?
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Richy Rich Sep 4
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS
We are losing too many people to overdoes under the policies of the DEA. The DEA is the problem, not the drugs or even the dealers. DRUG POLICY in this country is causing the death and destruction. And we actually WASTE $7,000,000.00 A DAY on this FAILED agency!
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Mission Grizzly🤮 Sep 4
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
The DEA is certainly doing its part to kill more people with your hatred of science & love of boneheaded law enforcement solutions.
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Eddie  Gift Sep 4
Replying to @DEANEWORLEANS @DEAHQ
Well if everyone wasn't so greedy 🤑and in the back pocket of bigpharma...more people would know about and how it would put a big dent in the opioid epidemic and help many people suffering from
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