RADNOR TWP., Pennsylvania (WPVI) — Residents in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania are expressing some concerns over the opening of a new business.
The controversy centers around a new CBD Kratom store and self-identified cannabis dispensary located on East Lancaster Avenue in Wayne.
CBD is a compound that’s found in cannabis that won’t get you high.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Kratom is often marketed as a treatment for muscle pain and cramps. The plant, generally grown in Southeast Asia, is also promoted as an aid in overcoming opioid withdrawal.
Radnor Township resident John Riccoutti says this isn’t the right location for the store.
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