Why Isn’t Kratom On Social Media? Answers From Kraken!

By Jacob / September 8, 2022 / 0 Comments

If you have a favorite local shop that stocks Kratom or a trusted brand you buy from online, you may have noticed that they don’t have a significant social media presence. Despite social media being one of the most popular ways to connect with and find customers, many Kratom businesses refrain – or are restricted – from using these platforms.

Why isn’t Kratom found on social media much, and what do laws and regulations have to do with this restriction?

Today, we’ll explain more about how Kratom businesses are limited in advertising, publishing, and posting on social media. Find out why what we say is tightly controlled and what you can take away from this knowledge.

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Oregon Passes KCPA For 2nd Time: What’s Next?

By Jacob / March 28, 2022 / 0 Comments

For the last several years, Kratom advocacy organizations have been working together to establish Kratom Consumer Protection laws at the state level. The goal of creating a network of these regulatory acts is to ensure the industry’s safety while also providing legal protections to Kratom consumers, vendors, and suppliers.

Sometimes, however, things don’t go exactly as expected. Last year, the Oregon governor vetoed a KCPA bill that was almost unanimously approved by both chambers of the legislature.

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KCPA (Kratom Consumer Protection Act) Update:

By Jacob / December 6, 2021 / 0 Comments

Every year, the legal status of kratom changes as new laws and ordinances are passed regarding how it can and cannot be sold in the US. Each state has its own rules on this subject, and that is why there are some states where kratom is regulated and protected while it is completely illegal to sell or use in a few other states.

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