+1, you are not going to permanently straighten it without serious heat and a strong press. And if it was already kiln dried, even that won't work. Regardless, getting it perfectly straight is unlikely. You will have to mill it into smaller dimensions to straighten it.
EDIT to add: And when you mill it, it is very likely to warp some more as you release some internal tension.
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