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Keep Kratom Legal in Kansas


Let Kansas Legislators know there’s no reason to ban kratom!

SB 282 has already passed through the Senate, unanimously, and without the removal of language around kratom, it WILL BAN OUR PLANT. The bill is now sitting in the House Committee on Health and Human Services, and we need you to contact members of that committee!

Please use the form below to urge Kansas legislators to keep kratom legal!

Kansas Call to Action - February 2018

  • Email Kansas Legislators

    Your input from the form below will be sent to all members of Kansas's House Health & Human Services Committee. Use our sample letter as a guide, and be sure to personalize it with a unique subject line as well as your own perspective and experiences. Your story matters - share it!
  • Please be courteous

    We are asking the recipients for their assistance, and we hope to educate them about kratom. These are your representatives; they are NOT the enemy! Please keep this in mind when drafting your email and present your case with the utmost respect.
  • Your Message

    Please add your message (see suggestions below this form). It is IMPERATIVE that you include an original subject & add personal anecdotes. We need legislators to understand that these are authentic stories from real people.
  • Please send your unique message in the form above - Your legislators want to hear YOUR voice and YOUR story. Here is a sample letter (please DO NOT copy and paste; our efforts are more effective if they are individualized):

    I am writing in regards to SB 282, which is attempting to schedule constituent alkaloids in the plant leaf kratom: Mitragynine & 7-Hydroxymitragynine. I urge you to remove all kratom language from SB 282.

    University professors and scientists, world-renowned addiction experts, and the nation's leading toxicologists came together to produce not one, but two 8 Factor Analyses totaling 383 pages of factual scientific data highlighting the positive safety profile, non-addictive potential, and overall low abuse profile of kratom. The most recent information collected by the U.S. National Poison Data System and published in the journal Clinical Toxicology shows "no deaths whatsoever from dietary supplements across the board or any other dietary ingredient." Scientific study has proven that mitragynine, a natural constituent of the kratom leaf, will not cause respiratory depression, which is how most opiate overdose deaths occur.

    Given these facts, there is more than enough research and evidence in support of kratom being a safe herb that millions of Americans use to support their health and overall well-being. We understand your legislature's desire to uphold public health and safety, and we share the common goal of seeing unsafe products removed from the market. However, we politely ask that the you remove from kratom from SB 282 as it does not meet the qualifications for a Schedule I substance. The peer reviewed science and research that was requested by our elected officials and the DEA is still fresh from last year.

    In light of the above, I am asking that you please reconsider banning kratom in Kansas and remove all kratom language from SB 282.
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