Is Kratom Legal? – Can I get in trouble?

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Kratom is legal in the following countries (subject to change without warning – check your local laws before you order):

As A rule of thumb make sure to google ” Mitragyna Speciosa (place of residence) laws ” just incase as these are changing at an alarming rate right now

  • Kratom is facing a lot of stigma at this time in the United States of America so the following can vary AT ANY TIME:Arkansas, Indiana, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Vermont, Alabama (Learn how to Help Keep Kratom Legal [Read More])
  • Belgium
  • Austria
  • Canada (as of november 10 2015 it is classified as a class one narcotic and must be sold under regulations, hence botanical kratom) but note you cannot get in trouble for having or taking it in Canada
  • Brazil
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • United Kingdom

 

Kratom is or appears to be illegal in:

 

  • Australia
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Germany
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • New Zealand
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Sweden
  • South Korea
  • Thailand

 

The use of kratom should not be confused by drug use and in no way is part of legal drugs, kratom is a plant that was put here so that we could find her.

I very much believe that the world as we know it would be EXTREMELY different if plants were never derived and used beyond their purpose.

Kratom is in the coffee family and it is in its pure form nothing is done to it to become what you get. When you receive kratom powder it is the the leaf that was just picked off of a natural growing tree.

Nothing is added or taken from this plant in any way shape or form. The stems are removed from the leaf foliage and it is than powderized.

Opium on the other hand is derived from the seeds of a poppy. Opium contains opiates that has many compounds. We than derived opioids (heroine, oxycodone) from the opiates.

If kratom would have been founded before opium, the world would be a MUCH DIFFERENT place. Especially for your close relatives that suffer from all the pain kratom can help with.

The fact that people push this as drug use and legal drugs is absolutley going to ruin the reputation of kratom and does not give it the right persona for people looking at it for the first time.

Kratom is not a legal drug and should not be put into the category of drug use at all. Most people using the terms “legal drugs” and “drug use” usually intend to use the said substance in an abusive manner.

 

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