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Czech Government Rejects Prohibition: Ban On HHC and Kratom

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Ban On HHC and Kratom: The Czech government opts against banning kratom and HHC, reflecting a shift towards more progressive drug policies.

Summary: The Czech government has decided not to ban kratom and cannabinol HHC, focusing instead on safeguarding the well-being of users. This decision reflects a shift towards more progressive drug policies and a move away from prohibitionist measures.

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No ban on HHC and Kratom: Czech government opts for progressive drug policies

In a recent development, the Czech government has decided not to impose a ban on kratom and cannabinol HHC, two substances that have sparked controversy in recent times. The decision was motivated by the government’s belief that a prohibitionist approach would be impractical. Instead, their focus will be on safeguarding the well-being of both children and adult users.

A strong move against hemp-derived THC

Kratom, obtained from a tropical plant, and HHC, derived from hemp, have been sought after for their medicinal properties but have also been subject to abuse. These substances are available in various forms such as oils, tinctures, tablets, or powders. While the government’s resolution not to prohibit kratom and cannabinol HHC was not reached unanimously, it has stimulated ongoing debates concerning the most effective means of regulating these substances.

Some experts suggest the establishment of clear guidelines for their sale and control, while others advocate for an outright ban. The government’s decision echoes a growing inclination toward more progressive drug policies, particularly in Europe. Numerous experts and policymakers argue that prohibitionist measures have proven ineffective and have led to unintended consequences, including an upsurge in crime and violence.

A good sign for the future of medical psychedelics

The Czech government’s stance signifies a move toward a more rational and evidence-based drug policy. By prioritizing harm reduction and public health over prohibition and punitive measures, the government is taking a significant stride towards mitigating the adverse effects associated with drug use.

[Source: Prague Morning]

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