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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    damn!!!! Look at that! U must have a lot to harvest still. lol. How was your thanksgiving? 

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    Started harvesting this morning. Pulled off 8 bags. How quickly do you think they will drop their leaf? It looks like i took 0 leaf. 

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    From now until cyber monday get 20% off with promo code: Love20. 100% of your purchase goes to Support American Kratom. https://www.kratomleaf.us

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    @peteypyron Idk about you but i'm not looking forward to the branches turning into sticks. 

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    @patrickc That's great man! Glad to see you back on. :) 

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    American Kratom Veterans Day Coupon  - As a thank you to all the men and women and their families that sacrifice for this country. We are running a 25% off sale with promocode: HERO. Ending Nov 14th, 12:00am. Thank you for your service. https://kratomleaf.us/

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/09...

    (CNN Business)Oklahoma Supreme Court justices have reversed a district court decision that ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $465 million to the state for its role in the opioid crisis.

    In the justices' decision filed Tuesday, they wrote that the district court "erred" by holding Johnson & Johnson liable under the state's public nuisance statute for its opioid prescription marketing campaign.

    "We hold that the district court's expansion of public nuisance law went too far. Oklahoma public nuisance law does not extend to the manufacturing, marketing, and selling of prescription opioids," Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice James Winchester wrote in his opinion.

    The opinion states that the manufacture and distribution of products "rarely causes a violation of a public right" and that a manufacturer generally does not have control over a product once its sold, and that if the public nuisance law were allowed to be used to hold a company liable for its products "a manufacturer could be held perpetually liable."

    "In reaching this decision, we do not minimize the severity of the harm that thousands of Oklahoma citizens have suffered because of opioids," the opinion states. "However grave the problem of opioid addiction is in Oklahoma, public nuisance law does not provide a remedy for this harm."

    In a statement to CNN, Johnson & Johnson called its actions relating to the marketing and promotion of the prescription pain medications "appropriate and responsible."

    "We recognize the opioid crisis is a tremendously complex public health issue, and we have deep sympathy for everyone affected," the statement said. "Today the Oklahoma State Supreme Court appropriately and categorically rejected the misguided and unprecedented expansion of the public nuisance law as a means to regulate the manufacture, marketing, and sale of products, including the Company's prescription opioid medications."

    Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor said he was "disappointed" by the state supreme court's decision.

    "The Judgment holding Johnson & Johnson accountable for their deceptive actions was a huge victory for Oklahoma citizens and their families who have been ravaged by opioids," O'Connor said in a statement to CNN. "Our staff will be exploring options. We are still pursuing our other pending claims against opioid distributors who have flooded our communities with these highly addictive drugs for decades. Oklahomans deserve nothing less."

    One state supreme court judge wrote in a dissenting opinion that the district court's decision should be reversed and the matter sent back to the court for a "correct" determination of damages.

    Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the sum of the penalty.

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    New Video of moving American kratom tree coming!

     

    New Video of moving American kratom tree coming!

     

     https://kozykratom.com/new-video-of-mov…atom-tree-coming/

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    HAHAHAHA could you imagine a toss and wash? 
    I'm not sure if they would eat it straight. I would imagine honey balls to be the best method. 

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    Can horses take kratom? - Kratom for Horses

    Can horses take kratom? - Have you met a kratom horse? Recently I spoke with Oliver Wendell Douglas and his kratom horse. Mr. Douglas says that his horse was in great pain, suffering from Laminitis (also termed founder) is inflammation of the laminae of the foot – the soft tissue structures that attach the coffin or pedal bone of the foot to the hoof wall. ... Once a horse has had an episode of laminitis, they are particularly susceptible to future episodes.

    "My little mini, only had him a year...Vet said if he didn't improve we should humanely euthanize him. I wanted to do everything possible to prevent that. I've had 4 major back surgeries and was seriously addicted to opiates until I found kratom".

    Can horses take kratom? -kratom horse Fonder

    Kratom For Horses

    Mr. Douglas, a avid kratom user and began giving it to his horse. "I gave it to him twice a day. I add 9 grams of powder sprinkled over his feed." Mr. Douglas was unsure of dosages but " figured I'd give him what I take and see how that went. I'll definitely be treating him when the time comes. I know kratom saved me too! I had no idea if it would work or how much to give but had to try something"

    "He was laying down way too much and not very active. I gave him a dose around 7am and he was out in the field walking around and grazing before noon." His horse a dose every breakfast and dinner. Mr. Douglas says he sees "No noticeable difference in anything except activity. He likes kratom better than crushed ibuprofen... I even bought him boots for 200 a pair so I'm doing everything I can. I also have a 9 year old Rottweiler who's starting to slow down. Can't imagine losing him but will do anything too keep him out of pain."

    Can horses take kratom? - Kratom for Horses

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