Published: Sep 22, 2021
Three pet dogs in Nonthaburi province have reportedly become addicted to kratom, a plant previously banned as a narcotic in Thailand, leading to the owners being warned that they could be charged with animal abuse.
Published: Sep 10, 2021
Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin said on Thursday that people are allowed to consume, grow and sell kratom (Mitragyna speciosa), but cannot process the leaves into food, beverage or herbal concoctions for sale.
Published: Aug 26, 2021
The Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) has urged Thai farmers to grow hemp, cannabis and green chiretta (fah talai jone) using high technology to boost their incomes. The study of kratom would also be conducted with the aim of achieving sales of THB8 billion from exporting these herbs.
Published: Aug 25, 2021
How does the legalisation of kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) affect the people in Thailand? What are the benefits of the herb and how you can use it legally. The legalisation of the herb on Tuesday saw thousands of prisoners released and cases against more than 10,000 people were dismissed.