Arizona, the home to the Grand Canyon is one of the most notable states in the US. And a product that is similarly known, not just in Arizona, but all over the country, is kratom. Before we discuss how you can get kratom in Arizona, as usual, we will first explore the subject of its legality. After all, there would be no point if kratom wasn’t legal. However, relax your mind; kratom is legal in Arizona. Find the detailed explanation below.
The Legality of Kratom in Arizona
As efforts to see through a nationwide adoption of KCPAs are ongoing, the state of Arizona is one of the few states that have adopted a version of the KCPA. As such, taking kratom is legal in KCPA, though within certain restrictions, which apply to both buyers and sellers. Many of the restrictions are critical for safety purposes. The Arizona KCPA, which is the House Bill 2550 was adopted in 2019. Some of the rules enacted by the bill are explained below.
If you read this blog regularly, you most probably already know our stance on adulterated kratom. We hold strongly to the naturalness of kratom and only sell organic kratom products. It is because the use of chemical additives with kratom products may be dangerous to the health of the consumer. Even without the law, it is not a safe practice to purchase adulterated kratom. In any case, the Arizona KCPA dictates a law against selling adulterated kratom products.
The bill says a kratom product that is adulterated with a dangerous non-kratom substance. a kratom product is adulterated with a dangerous non-kratom substance if the kratom product is mixed or packed with a non-kratom substance and that substance affects the quality or strength of the kratom product to such a degree as to render the kratom product injurious to a consumer.
Contaminated Kratom Product
Contamination is different from adulteration. Some vendors adulterate their kratom with substances that are normally safe in order to ‘enhance’ the effects of the kratom. However, the interaction of these substances with kratom chemicals is the main concern. With contamination, the substances are entirely dangerous. To avoid contamination, we process our kratom products in a cleanroom and with state-of-the-heart equipment to preserve the integrity of the products.
Regarding contamination, the Arizona KCPA dictates thus: A kratom product that is contaminated with a dangerous non-kratom substance. A kratom product is contaminated with a dangerous non-kratom substance if the kratom product contains a poisonous or otherwise deleterious non-kratom substance, including any controlled substance prescribed by chapter 27 of this title.
Kratom is composed mainly of alkaloids, of which there are more than 40. The major ones, though, are Mitragynine and 7-hydroxy mitragynine. In fact, that is why kratom is scientifically known as Mitragyna speciosa. However, according to the Arizona KCPA, the percentage of 7-hydroxy mitragynine cannot be more than 2% of the alkaloid composition of the product. A condition that our products fully meet. The baseline of mitragynine in all our kratom products stands at 1.3%.
The Bill says a kratom product containing a level of 7-hydroxy mitragynine in the alkaloid fraction that is greater than two percent of the alkaloid composition of the product.
Still, on the subject of the naturalness of kratom products, the KCPA of Arizona explicitly prohibits the use of synthetic alkaloids in any kratom products. Of course, we cannot reiterate enough that all our kratom products are entirely organic and have been cultivated and processed using sustainable techniques and practices.
The exact wording of the bill goes thus: a kratom product containing any synthetic alkaloid, including synthetic mitragynine, synthetic 7-hydroxy mitragynine, or any other synthetically derived compounds of the kratom plant.
Kratom Product Labelling
People have the right to know what they are ingesting into their bodies. All our kratom products are well labeled with the contents of the product and the amount of each chemical contained in the product. Further, you can request a certificate of analysis on each product. The COA proves that the kratom product has been lab-tested and it also provides details on the chemical composition of the product.
The kratom bill of Arizona outlaws the sale of any kratom-containing product that does not include on its package or label the amount of mitragynine and 7-hydroxy mitragynine contained in the product.
Where can I Buy Kratom in Arizona? – WayMoreNaturals!
At WayMoreNaturals, your wellness is our priority, and kratom is only a means by which we fulfill the wellness needs of our customers.
As an Arizona resident, all you need to do is visit our online store, make an order, pay securely, and wait for your kratom product to appear at your doorstep. The process is hassle-free and risk-free too, as there is a 30-day money-back guarantee for returns if you are not satisfied with the product. However, we are absolutely certain that, like all our numerous satisfied customers over the years, you will find our kratom products completely satisfying.
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