Kratom Legality Map

Kratom Legality Map and information. States, Cities and Counties where Kratom products are prohibited

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Green: Kratom is legal and no restrictions
 Yellow: States with banned Cities
 Red: banned states schedule 1 for Kratom
Blue: These states have adopted the Kratom Consumer Protection Act bill
Banned. As of May 10,2016, SB226 makes Kratom a schedule 1 controlled substance. The AKA (American Kratom Association) has retained a lobbyist in Alabama and discussions are actively ongoing on replacing the current ban with KCPA
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom Consumer Act Passed! The Legislature passed the KCPA unanimously in both the House and Senate

Banned. As of February 1, 2016, Kratom was added to the controlled substance list by Director of the Department of Health under authority granted in AR code § 5-4-201 (a)(1)(A)(i). Advocacy and education efforts are underway with the regulators and legislators of jurisdiction and Legislative leaders have expressed an interest in having the Kratom Consumer Protection Act replace the current ban.

  • Arkansas Controlled Substances Directive View Here
Legal with exceptions. Legal, except in the City of San Diego and the City of Oceanside. The City of San Diego passed ordinance 20657 to ban Kratom on June 15, 2016, during the then emerging spice controversy. San Diego County convened a hearing on a proposed ban, and they are currently considering options for a more reasonable regulatory scheme that mirrors the KCPA concept.

The Colorado KCPA was signed by Gov. Polis in May 2022 and will take effect in July 2023.

Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.

 Kratom is currently legal in Florida at this time although there are specific county ordinances referencing kratom (Mitragyna speciosa).

The AKA has lobbyist reyained in Florida and we expect filling of the KCPA in the next Legislative session. In 2017, HB183 and SB424 were proposed to ban Kratom. Thanks to the very hard work of kratom advocates, these bills died in committee. The same was true in 2016 when two proposed bans (HB 73 and SB 11) did not pass and died in comittee.

H0073 failed bill herease send a letter to Broward County Representatives and make your voice heard.

At this time kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is legal in this state, but is pursuing changing state law. GA: H783 passed the House 163-2. It is not over yet but lets all say thank you for Georgia removing kratom from HB783 and let them know that they have made the right decision. http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/en-US/Display/20152016/HB/783 removed from line 268 and 269 View Bill

Kratom is currently legal at this time. A proposed ban in the current Legislative session died in Comittee, and the ban sponsors invited the AKA to provide more information on the KCPA during the interim.
Kratom is currently legal at this time. The proposed KCPA for Idaho was contested by the Idaho Freedom Fundation because it imposes registration fees and regulations on kratom vendors. The AKA is working with the Foundation staff to clear up misunderstandings about the intent and effects of these proposed regulations, and we expect the KCPA will pass in the next Legislative session.
 Legal with exceptions. The AKA has a lobbyist working with the Legislature currently. The KCPA has been filed and is awaiting Hearings in the current Legislative session. the FDA forces have been active and several local goverments have imposed bans becouse of the disinformation that has been circulated. Jerseyville passed its ban in April 2017

At this time kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is illegal in this state. SB0305 incorrectly identifies Kratom as a synthetic drug and thus schedule Kratom as part of synthetic controlled substances legislation. Advocacy and education efforts are underway with the regulators and legislators of jurisdiction to correct this mischaracterization of kratom. The AKA plans to have the KCPA filed in the next Legislative session to remove the ban on kratom

The accompanying legislature can be viewed here.

 Kratom in Iowa is currently legal at this time. HSB640 and HF2355 are currently aiming to make the plant illegal. Now is the time to contact local and state governments to get these bills stopped before they mistakenly make kratom illegal in the state of Iowa. Please sign this petition on change.org and send this letter with your information to help us keep kratom legal in this state

Kratom is currently legal at this time. The KCPA passed unanimously out of the committee on federal and State Affairs on February 24, 2020. Previously, it was proposed that Kratom be added to the controlled substances list in Senate Bill SB282, but Kratom was stripped from the list prior to its being passed and signed by the Governor.

Kratom is currently legal at this time. Bill did not pass and session has ended because of the hard work of Kratom advocates.

 Kratom is currently legal in Louisiana but HB19 aims to change that. Please contact your local and state governments in order to stop this bill before it mistakenly becomes a law. A petition at change.org can be signed here to further voice our opinions.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
 Kratom is currently legal. The AKA has a lobbyist working with Senator Bizon who had previosly proposed to ban kratom completely but is now expected to the file the KCPA. A previously proposed ban (HB 5707) was defeated during the 2014 lesgilative session.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Legal in Mississippi except for Union County and Columbus.
There were 3 bills proposing to ban Kratom in the current legislative session, but all of them failed. The Senate ban proposed by Senator Younger was rejected by the Senate Drug Policy Committee, and the Committee unanimously voted to replace the poposed ban with the KCPA. Previous attempts to ban Kratom statewide were also defeated. Anti-kratom zealots, backed by FDA disinformation campaign, have convinced some local jurusdictions to impose local bans, and the AKA continues to oppose these efforts
Kratom is currently legal at this time. Passed the KCPA out of the House on a 139-6 vote on February 20, 2020 and is now awaiting action in the Senate.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time. Kratom Consumer Protection Act passed unanimously in the Senate and overwhelmingly in the House
Legal with exceptions. Legal 18+ per (SB540). Senate unanimously passed the KCPA (that was a substitute for a proposed ban offered by the sponsor), and it is aeaiting action with the legislature reconvenes. Thanks to advocacy and education efforts of AKA members, the late State Rep. Shem Kellogg and Kratom users across the state of New Hampshire secured an agreement to stablish an age restriction of 18+
 Kratom is currently legal in New Jersey at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
At this time kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is legal in this state. S 6104 – the KCPA has been filed. Various bills have been introduced over the past few years, including S 168 (bans sales to minors under 18); S 5531 (bans sales to minors under 21); A 8249 (bans sales to minors under 21). Previous bills to ban the sale and distribution Kratom have failed.
Kratom is currently legal with an age restriction for 18+. Previous legislation to completely ban Kratom in 2016 failed.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time. HB 2846, the KCPA. Oklahoma’s governor signed the KCPA May 2021, making Oklahoma the 5th state to enact protections for Kratom consumers.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
i class=”fa fa-ban” style=”color: #dd3333;”> Banned. In 2017 the Director of Public Health added Kratom to the Controlled Substances list. SB 2687 and HB 7289, the KCPA, have been filed and will replace the ban when they pass the Legislature. The Department of Health has been objecting to making Kratom legal, but their arguments are based on outdated science.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.

Legal with exceptions. An initial ban on Kratom was imposed but the State Attorney General ruled that the language in the ban applied only to synthetic products. The state enforces an age restriction of 21+.
Accompanying legislature can be viewed here.

Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time. Kratom Consumer Protection Act passed.

In Vermont the alkaloid 7HM has been made illegal at this time. The Vermont Statutes Online states that the Vermont Health board has the power to “adopt such regulations which in its judgment may be necessary or proper to supplement the provisions of this chapter to effectuate the purposes and intent thereof or to clarify its provisions so as to provide the procedure or details to secure effective and proper enforcement of its provisions. These rules, regulations, and determination, when adopted, shall, until modified or rescinded, have the force and effect of law.” Based on section 8 of Vermont Board of Medical Practice of the December 5, 2012 Board Meeting Gifford Medical Center, Randoplh, VT kratom is currently added to the Regulated Drug Rule in Vermont. Title 18 V.S.A. § 4205. Acts prohibited states that “It shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture, possess, have under his or her control, sell, prescribe, administer, dispense, or compound any regulated drug, except as authorized in this chapter.” This allows us to conclude that kratom/7-HM is illegal in Vermont at this time.

Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Kratom is currently legal at this time.
Banned. However, the Senate Health Committee voted unanimously to open a Committee Bill to replace ban with KCPA. Wisconsin classified the primary alkaloids in Kratom, Mitragynine and 7-OH (Hydroxymitragynine), as Schedule I (Wis. Stat. § 961.14), effectively banning Kratom in the State of Wisconsin.
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