Stanford University Chimes In On What They Think About Kratom

March 22, 2018 Kratom Research

“Kratom should be legalized. Many previous studies have found that kratom is less harmful than other illegal drugs and alcohol. More research on the benefits of kratom as a medication for some diseases (such as diabetes, cough, diarrhea, etc.) and as a substitute for alcohol and other narcotic drugs should be conducted.”

Read the detailed conclusion from Darika Saingam, Epidemiology Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Prince of Songkla University, who is apart of the Working paper series on health and demographic change in the Asia-Pacific with Stanford University.

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Substance Abuse Policy in Thailand: Current Challenges and Future Strategies
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"Kratom should be legalized. Many previous studies have found that kratom is less harmful than other illegal drugs and alcohol. More research on the benefits of kratom as a medication for some diseases (such as diabetes, cough, diarrhea, etc.) and as a substitute for alcohol and other narcotic drugs should be conducted."

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