Kratom Legality / Terms and Conditions
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Is Kratom legal?
Kratom is legal almost everywhere in the world, including almost all of the 50 states in the U.S and in all of Europe. Kratom is not legal in Malaysia, Thailand, Lithuania, Australia, Finland, Denmark, Grenada, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Latvia, Norway, Myanmar, Bhutan, and Sweden. We will not ship to any countries where kratom is illegal.
UPDATE: (July 1, 2013)
Tennessee is adding both “Mitragynine” and “hydroxymitragynine” plant alkaloids into their new “SYNTHETIC” bill. They are making the kratom plant illegal. You can read their bill here:
Contact Gov. Bill Haslam and the Senators below to get this natural plant off their “synthetic” ban. Please feel free to use our template below when contacting them:
Governor of Tennessee
Phone: (615) 741-2001
Senator Mae Beavers
301 6th Avenue North
Suite 6, Legislative Plaza
Nashville, TN 37243
Phone (615) 741-2421
Email – email@example.com
Rep. Tony Shipley
301 6th Avenue
North Suite 114 War Memorial Bldg.
Nashville TN 37243
Phone: (615) 741-2886
Fax (615) 253-0247
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of this law, we now can’t ship to Tennessee. We are sorry! Write your Governors and Congressmen and explain to them how ridiculous their Synthetic ban is to include an all-natural and organic plant.
TEMPLATE TO USE WHEN WRITING TO YOUR CONGRESSMEN:
I would like the removal of Mitragynine & 7-hydroxymitragynine from the TN HB0012 Kratom, also known as Mitragyna Speciosa, is a medicinal tree in the coffee family and is native to South-East Asia. Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are two of the primary alkaloids of this plant. These two compounds are not even synthetic; they are a natural part of the leaf of the Kratom plant. This in itself shows that these two compounds are not valid candidates for the banning of ‘synthetic substances’.
Kratom is being sought as a treatment for various medicinal conditions by a great many people. Adding these compounds to your list of synthetic substances is not only an unjustified prohibition, but also a great loss to the many people already seeking its usage as a treatment.
We hope you realize the threat of this synthetic bill causes the people using it legitimately to have to seek out alternate substances to alleviate their conditions. With no known deaths and many possible benefits, kratom should not be banned in its natural form as part of a bath salts bill. Thank you for your time.