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Kratom in the State of Washington

People in Washington state have discovered kratom and our  constantly asking us for referrals to vender who offer quality products. Here is our list of the best online kratom retailers on the web

Kratom is currently legal to buy and use in the state of Washington. That means residents of Washington can purchase Kratom online or at smoke shops where available. While Kratom remains legal at the federal level, a few states have prohibited the sale of Kratom. Fortunately, Washington State currently has no legislation pending regarding the prohibition of Kratom.

What is Kratom?

Kratom (mitragyna speciosa) is a bush-like tree native to Southeast Asia. For thousands of years, rural Southeast Asians have chewed on Kratom leaves or drank Kratom tea because they believe Kratom's phytochemicals possess good qualities. Today, Kratom is still considered an beneficial herb by SE Asian farmers who continue chewing Kratom leaves or using Kratom for culinary purposes.

Online Kratom vendors receive the best grade of Kratom since they deal directly with experienced Kratom cultivators in Asia. Kratom purchased in Washington state smoke shops may not be as fresh as Kratom bought online because smoke shop owners focus primarily on selling tobacco products. The Kratom you find in smoke shops may be overly aged or of a cheaper strain due to the emphasis on selling tobacco in smoke shops.

What are the Different Strains of Kratom?
When you visit an online Kratom vendor's website, you will notice a variety of Kratom "strains" available of purchase. In some cases, a Kratom's strain name is based geographically on where the Kratom was cultivated. Other strain names are based on a Kratom tree's physical qualities or alkaloid content. Sometimes, the name of a Kratom strain is meant purely for the purpose of commercial branding. The fact that Kratom distributors do not adhere to one standardized labeling practice makes it important to users of Kratom to choose online vendors offering higher quality Kratom.

Is Is Difficult to Buy Kratom Online in Washington State?
No. You only need to claim you are 18 years old, choose your selection and pay with a debit or credit card. Online Kratom vendors ship orders usually within 72 hours of receiving payment in well-wrapped packages to prevent Kratom leaves, powders or capsules from being damaged in transit. The best online Kratom vendors will offer a money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with your shipment of Kratom.

Since Kratom is legal to buy, sell or consume in Washington State, users do not need to be concerned about experiencing any legal issues. Washington is one of many states that continue to provide legal access to Kratom.

 Kratom was officially discovered in the early 1800s by a Dutch settler who stumbled across the plant which grows wild in the jungles of Southeast Asia.  Kratom is widely used in Thailand and is still commonly available.  To the indigenous people where the plant grows naturally, its use is accepted as common place with no stigma or discriminatory connotation attached. 


On August 3, 1943, the Thai government passed the Kratom Act 2486 making it illegal to plant the kratom tree and requiring that all existing trees be demolished.  In a second attempt to institute government regulation upon the majority of the Thai population who regularly use kratom, the Thai government scheduled kratom as a category 5 (the least punitive category) substance in the Narcotic Act of 1979, grouping it with both cannabis and magic mushrooms.

Today, Thai officials consider attempts at restricting kratom use, which has been a part of Thai culture without negative consequence for hundreds of years, both unnecessary and faulty. A 2010 proposal from the Thai Office of Narcotics Control Board was released in an effort to both formally and publically decriminalize kratom throughout all of Thailand recognizing it as a traditional part of Thai heritage and culture.  Among one of the most interesting revelations of the ONCB’s report was something that most students of kratom history have long suspected – kratom was banned in Thailand not for health or public safety reasons but for economic reasons. In the decades preceding the 1943 Kratom Act (the government’s first attempt to control the plant), the Thai government was collecting substantial tax revenue from the abundantly lucrative opium trade. The following statement is from the ONCB report:


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