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Is Kratom legal?
Kratom is legal almost everywhere in the world including most of the 50 states of America and in all of Europe. However, Kratom is not legal in Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, Denmark, Finland, Grenada, Lithuania, New Zealand, Romania, Poland, Myanmar, Bhutan, Latvia, Norway, and Sweden. We do not ship to any countries or states where kratom is illegal.
Don't forget to write your Governors, Congressmen, and Senators and explain how ridiculous it is to include all natural and organic plant material in their Synthetic bans. Below is a template you can use when writing to your state. Please feel free to use it. You can get the addresses from the link above when clicking on the state. Just look around for the "sponsors" of the bill to get their full information including address, email, and phone numbers.
TEMPLATE WHEN WRITING TO YOUR CONGRESSMEN:
Honorable [“enter name of congressman/congresswoman here”]:
I want the removal of Mitragynine & 7-hydroxymitragynine from ["enter bill name here”]
Kratom, also known as Mitragyna Speciosa, is a native Southeast Asia botanical tree that is related to the coffee family species. Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are two of the primary alkaloids of this plant. These two compounds are not synthetic; quite the opposite, they are a natural component of the Kratom plant leaf. This truth itself shows that the two compounds are not valid candidates for the banning of as 'synthetic substances' as you have in your bill.
Kratom is being sought as an alternative management form for various salubrious reasons by many people. Adding these compounds to a list of ‘synthetic substances’ is not only a misrepresented debarment, but a loss with prejudice against many people already seeking its usage as a form of therapy.
I hope you realize the threat this bill causes people seeking legitimate therapeutic use of this botanical plant. With no known deaths and many possible benefits, Kratom should not be banned in its natural form as part of any bath salts bill. I ask you please do your research and learn for yourself how beneficial this botanical plant is to so many people before making any rash decisions to ban it.
Thank you for your time.
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