The following are a list of kratom resources you can visit for more information.
The American Kratom Association (AKA): https://www.americankratom.org/
The AKA has 5 goals:
- Support Consumers. We believe many political and private entities don’t make the needs of the consumer and constituents a priority. Our goal is to change that.
- Educate. Kratom has many beneficial purposes and is an all-natural alternative. Our goal is to educate all Americans—from potential consumers to regulators and everyone in between.
- Amplify. We represent thousands of Americans that each have a story to tell. We believe the current environment in the United States often does not listen to individual voices and together we will make our voice heard.
- Global Awareness. We hope to demonstrate responsible use and practical knowledge other countries may study when considering Kratom legislation.
- Protect Natural Resources. Kratom is a precious natural resource. We support and advocate for sustainable harvesting techniques and reforestation efforts.
The Botanical Education Alliance (BEA) https://www.botanical-education.org/our-mission/
The Botanical Education Alliance (BEA) is an organization dedicated to educating consumers, lawmakers, law enforcement, and the media about safe and therapeutic natural supplements including Mitragyna speciosa, also known as Kratom. Our mission is to increase understanding in order to influence public policy and protect natural supplements. Our vision is to create a society where every adult has the right to access safe and effective natural supplements.
www.KratomScience.com The Authoritative Source For All Things Kratom
National Institute on Drug Abuse https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/kratom
PubMed is the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It is the best source for peer-reviewed academic research on any topic, including kratom. The following link includes reviews and meta-analysis’ which are a good place to start when researching kratom.