Paul Schexnaydre fought in Afghanistan and after coming home says he “lost ten years of my life” to the alcohol, opioids, and methamphetamine he used to self-treat PTSD. He later discovered kratom, quit other substances, and now runs a business called Sacred Rivers Tea Company with his wife, Fallon, who joins him on the podcast today. Paul recently testified on two occasions to the Livingston Parish Ordinance Committee, a group of council members who were discussing a possible kratom ban. At the second meeting, Paul was followed home by police after leaving information with the committee that exposed Sheriff Jason Ard as being connected to a rehabilitation center that lobbied in favor of a ban in nearby Ascension Parish. On February 9th, a kratom ban introduced by councilman Shane Mack didn’t receive a second at the Livingston Parish council meeting.
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