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  • Fri Dec 23 2022, 4:00pm–7:00pm


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Founded in 2014, is a non-profit organization that works to promote safe kratom use. The organization aims to educate consumers, lawmakers, and regulators on kratom and its many uses. It also offers a program to educate kratom suppliers and law-making bodies on how to handle kratom in a safe and ethical manner.

As a nonprofit organization, is not required to pay federal taxes. However, it does accept donations for legal fees and promotion costs. accepts donations via PayPal and wire transfer. Donations are also welcome for scientific research and maintenance costs. It is a good idea to contribute to the organization if you want to see kratom continue to be available to consumers. is dedicated to making the plant medicine available to consumers around the world. It also strives to increase global awareness of Kratom. It has also formed the American Kratom Protectors, a group of consumer advocates who work to protect the plant medicine from local and state bans. The organization's mission is to protect consumer rights in the United States, and aims to be the model for other countries. has launched a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) program to ensure that Kratom is safe for human use. The program includes lab testing to make sure that the Kratom is free of contaminants and has been processed correctly. Manufacturers must meet these standards before distributing their Kratom products.

The Kratom Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) is a series of regulations that govern the production, sale, and trade of Kratom products. Its aim is to eliminate disreputable vendors and provide consumers with a transparent and high quality kratom product. Four states have already passed the KCPA: Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and Georgia. The law also ensures that kratom is manufactured and sold by conscientious vendors. In addition to this, the act also highlights vendors who have committed to ethical and safe manufacturing practices.

Another initiative of is its code of conduct. The code of conduct ensures that the organization's policies are followed, and that it is a professional organization. Specifically, the board of directors has the authority to determine the organization's goals and direction. The board of directors also oversees the daily activities of the organization. is led by executive director Peter Candland. Candland supervises contractors and ensures that the organization remains in compliance with the IRS. has also developed an email newsletter to keep its members and supporters informed. It has also launched a petition against the proposal to ban legalization of kratom in Ohio. The petition outlined scientific evidence about the benefits of kratom. The organization has also been involved in various research projects, including trips to Indonesia. The organization has also provided support for promoting contracts between Kratom vendors and consumers. has a website with many helpful resources and a pre-written letter to send to your representative. is also looking for captains for each congressional district. A captain is an individual who promotes the organization's events and meetings. He or she must also agree to the organization's code of conduct.

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