**CALL TO ACTION to Help SAVE #KRATOM! #IAMKRATOM #KEEPKRATOMLEGAL #TEAMAKA #KRATOMCHANGESLIVES

AN VERY IMPORTANT NOTE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE AKA:

If you want Kratom to STAY LEGAL, Then you must TAKE ACTION NOW!!

CALL TO ACTION TO PROTECT KRATOM

 

Protect Access by American Consumers
to Natural Botanical Plants and Herbs
The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 6 on Friday that combined 58 different bills that attempt to end the scourge of the opioid epidemic in America.
The sponsors of H.R. 6 in the House admit it’s not perfect, and they are dead right on that point.
In the rush to show how serious the Congress is in addressing the opioid crisis prior to the mid-term elections, several of these 58 bills contain provisions that will actually deny Americans access to safe natural plants and herbs that help Americans manage their health and well-being.
I am asking you to contact your U.S Senators immediately and ask them to support amendments to these proposed bills to exclude natural botanical plants and herbs from the wide swath of substances presently included in many of those bills.
Two of those bills, the SITSA Act (Stop the Importation and Trafficking of Synthetic Analogues Act of 2017), and the SCREEN Act (Stop Counterfeit Drugs by Regulating and Enhancing Enforcement Now) both attempt to stop deadly synthetic opioids from being shipped into the United States from other countries.
But both of these bills contain such broad definitions of the substances covered under the proposed legislation they will actually ban natural botanical plants and herbs. 
It is critical that the Senate support amendments to exclude natural botanical plants and herbs.
Your Senators need to hear from you immediately!
If you don’t know your Senator’s contact information, please click HERE or call the Senate switchboard at 202-224-3121.
Millions of Americans safely and responsibly use natural alternatives to dangerously addictive and often deadly chemically formulated drugs, including opioids, and these bills will literally block consumer access to safe natural plants and herbs.
THIS WEEK, please call your Senators and ask them to support every amendment that exempts natural botanical plants and herbs – that are in no way synthetic analogues of an opioid – and protect the right of consumers to have access to safe alternative products to manage their own health needs.
The Senate needs to support the amendments to SITSA and SCREEN to exclude natural botanical plants and herbs.
Thank you,
Dave Herman
Chairman
American Kratom Association
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#TeamAKA Works with Scientists to Author New Letter on #Kratom – #kratomchangeslives #wearekratom #keepkratomlegal

NEWEST Info on SITSA & Kratom:

The AKA is doing GREAT Things for Kratom. Please take a moment to donate whatever amount you can. Every penny helps! Their strength comes from us! CLICK HERE TO DONATE: https://www.americankratom.org/donate

June 21, 2018

Nine Scientists Defend Kratom and Ask Senate and House Leaders to Keep Kratom Legal

Washington, D.C. – June 21, 2018 – Nine leading scientists delivered a letter to U.S. Senate and House Leadership condemning the FDA recommendation for scheduling of the natural plant as a Schedule I banned substance, and urging the DEA to return the recommendation to the FDA for further study and development of appropriate regulations to preserve consumer access for the 3 – 5 million kratom users in America.

The scientists directly challenged the claim of the FDA that kratom is dangerous, and concluded that none of the alleged deaths could clearly be tied to kratom overdoses. All of the data produced by the FDA shows the deaths were the result of the use of illegal drugs, polydrug use at improper doses with potential contra indications, or for completely unrelated circumstances, including a death of a person who died from a gunshot wound to the chest.

The letter strongly warned that the scheduling of kratom would increase the threat to the public health by forcing those who may use kratom for acute or chronic pain to more dangerously addictive or deadly opioid drugs, or to the black market where contamination and adulteration of kratom products is rampant.

One of the co-authors Jack E. Henningfield, PhD, Vice President, Research Health Policy and Abuse Liability, PinneyAssociates, and Professor, Adjunct, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine stated: “My colleagues and I believe that kratom-related policy and regulation should be based on the science and guided by its impact on public health. We believe protecting the public health and serving kratom consumers is best accomplished by FDA appropriately regulating kratom as discussed in our letter. We are also concerned about the proposed Schedule I placement of kratom because it would seriously impede the very research that all parties agree is needed to better understand the health effects of kratom.”

Dr. Henningfield further stated: “This is not possible if legal kratom is banned and the black market replaces the lawful market. We need to protect consumer access to safe kratom products, and oppose the scheduling of kratom because doing so would significantly increase the public health threat to those kratom consumers using it to manage chronic or acute pain and who would be forced to the black market that will be filled with contaminated and adulterated kratom products. The American Kratom Association, the largest kratom consumer advocacy group in the United States, gets it right in supporting appropriate FDA regulations to ensure consumers are protected from unsafe kratom products.” Dr. Henningfield, through PinneyAssociates, advises the AKA on the science of kratom.

In the letter, the nine scientists, many of them recognized as leaders within their field, expressed concerns that thousands of former opioid users who now consumer kratom would return to dangerous opioids if kratom was banned. According to the scientists, “we strongly recommend that the DEA return the scheduling recommendation to the FDA for additional review and research and encourage the FDA’s Office of Dietary Supplements to appropriately regulate kratom products. This matter is urgent because there is a foreseeable negative public health consequence if legal kratom is banned: thousands of former opioid users will be at risk of returning to high-risk opioid use and may add to our nation’s opioid overdose epidemic.”

Their warning continued, “At a time that our nation is experiencing more than 115 opioid overdose deaths each day, or more than 42,000 per year, we would expect the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to welcome this potential safer alternative to classical opioids.”

David Herman, Chairman of the AKA, underscored the concern that many in the kratom community have with a possible banning of this natural botanical. “I have heard the testimonies from thousands of individuals who have greatly improved their overall health and well-being with kratom. Our fear is that by criminalizing kratom, many people will choose to return to dangerous opioids or the black market to purchase kratom. That outcome would be dangerous for everyone.”

Throughout the letter, the nine leading scientists tackled several of the commonly misunderstood facts surrounding kratom including:

Kratom Usage:

“Most people use it in food or beverage form for health and well-being. Major reasons for use include increased general alertness and focus (similar to caffeinated products), use to relieve depression and anxiety, use to relax and as a sleeping aid, and use to relieve pain in place of over-the-counter and prescription pain relievers, including opioids.” They continued, “There is a long history of kratom use; it has been used safely for centuries in the Southeast Asia (SEA) region, where it grows in the wild, and for at least a decade in the United States. Importantly, SEA authorities have not reported any kratom overdose deaths.”

False Death Claims Attributed to Kratom:

“A review of the available medical records for each of the 44 total deaths the FDA claims are “attributable to kratom” shows that none of those deaths have been clearly established as a kratom-caused overdose poisoning…Even if the FDA were correct in its estimate of 44 kratom-caused deaths world-wide over a decade of use by many millions of people, that would indicate a very low risk compared to many OTC drugs, dietary supplements, and even household cleaning products.”

Contamination Claims:

“…the recently publicized health risks associated with bacterial contamination of kratom products are not unique. In fact, romaine lettuce, cantaloupes, chicken, and many common food products have been recently identified as contaminated with salmonella, E. coli, or other pathogens. In each case, the FDA and CDC have the statutory authority and regulatory tools to identify the source, remove contaminated products from the marketplace, and take appropriate steps to protect the public safety. FDA regulation of kratom as a dietary supplement could greatly reduce such risks in the future.”

Finally, the nine scientists stated their belief that there is a role for the FDA in helping provide a regulatory framework for the various types of kratom products:

Kratom Leaf as a Food: “FDA can and should apply all applicable food regulations to kratom leaf products prepared as per traditional use (ground leaf either directly ingested or prepared as a tea, which accounts for the majority of current use in the US).”

  1. Manufactured Kratom Products as Dietary Supplements: “Extracts prepared from Kratom leaves that demonstrate the constituents in the dietary ingredient have not been chemically altered, should be considered as a Dietary Supplement under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA). Ensuring Kratom products in the market place meet all requirements under DSHEA for Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP), including specifications for identity and purity, and maximum allowable levels of alkaloids, is essential for ensuring the public has access to products that are of high quality and not contaminated or otherwise adulterated.”

  2. Adulterated Kratom Products: “Any kratom product that is adulterated with undeclared substances or deleterious agents, fails to meet Dietary Supplement CGMP, or where a manufacturer asserts impermissible health claims for a kratom product, each should be appropriately addressed by FDA through its statutory authorities.”

The letter and supporting documents can be found at: https://www.americankratom.org/scientist-letter-to-congress

The nine scientists concluded their letter by stating, “We strongly urge the Congress to protect the freedom of American consumers to make informed decisions on products they safely use for their general health and well-being and allow for use of a safer alternative pain management product for those suffering from acute or chronic pain. The natural kratom plant does not kill consumers when used responsibly. The FDA and DEA should focus their regulatory efforts in dealing with dangerous adulterated products that pose a real threat to public safety.”

ABOUT AKA

The American Kratom Association (AKA), a consumer-based non-profit organization, is here to set the record straight about kratom and give a voice to those who are suffering and protect their rights to possess and consume kratom. AKA represents tens of thousands of Americans, each of whom have a unique story to tell about the virtues of kratom and its positive effects on their lives. http://www.americankratom.org

MEDIA CONTACT

Pete Candland, (703) 608-4649 — pete.candland@americankratom.org

Media requests for Interviews with scientists who have signed the attached letter can be arranged by Mr. Candland.

#Kratom
#kratomchangeslives #wearekratom #keepkratomlegal
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Important #SITSA Act info! PLEASE Re-tweet!! #kratomchangeslives #wearekratom #keepkratomlegal

From: Mac Haddow, Chief Lobbyist and Legislative Director for the AKA

SAD NEWS:

The House Rules Committee, on a 6-4 party line vote, defeated the Pocan/Gosar/Polis kratom amendment. That prevents any attempt to amend the SITSA Act on the House Floor when the vote is taken on Friday (assuming the current schedule for consideration holds).

BUT…

The next battle will take place in the Senate Judiciary Committee when the issue is scheduled for a Hearing. The AKA will provide specific directions on how to best contact members of the Senate Judiciary Committee once we confirm a schedule for their taking up the SITSA legislation.

EVERYONE MUST come together on this. We MUST ALL contact the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee once the AKA gives out instructions. For Updates, go to their web site: https://www.americankratom.org/ and follow them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/KeepKratomLegal/

We thank everyone for their support and diligent efforts in contacting the House Rules Committee members, and for raising your voice to protect the freedom of Americans to make their own choices on how to best manage their health and well-being.

We WILL fight on to protect kratom.

#keepkratomlegal

#wearekratom

#kratomchangeslives

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URGENT-Help #SaveKratom NOW!! Action MUST be Taken, or #Kratom will be taken away from us. #KeepKratomLegal #KratomSaves #IamKratom

June 11, 2018

URGENT SITSA UPDATE!!!

Kratom Warriors:

The FDA has lobbied the Speaker of the House and they are trying to force the SITSA Bill to the House Floor without the amendment to protect kratom from a back-door scheduling maneuver.

The House of Representatives Rules Committee will hear this bill THIS Tuesday afternoon.

It is critical if you live in the Congressional District of one of these House of Representatives (who serve on the Rules Committee) CALL THEM IMMEDIATELY AND ASK THEM TO SUPORT THE POCAN AMENDMENT TO PROTECT KRATOM.

All Kratom Warriors should contact their own Congressman and tell them to support the Pocan Amendment.

Your help is urgently needed. Call immediately to protect kratom.

RULES COMMITTEE Members

**Please post this on your social media accounts to help spread the word. We need as much help as possible to keep kratom legal!!

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Strong Letter to FDA on the #Kratom Salmonella issue #KratomSavesLives #IamKratom #KeepKratomLegal

 

PRESS RELEASE: HOGAN LOVELLS ISSUES STRONG LETTER TO FDA ON BEHALF OF AKA

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:
Aaron Buchhop
aaron@swellcomms.com
Hogan Lovells Issues “Letter of Concern” to FDA on Behalf of the American Kratom Association
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Law firm Hogan Lovells has issued a “Letter of Concern” to Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D.on behalf of the American Kratom Association, America’s leading kratom advocacy organization.
Partners Martin J. Hahn and Lynn W. Mehler issued the letter on April 23, 2018, condemning the FDA’s efforts to push a mandatory recall on all kratom products in light of the current salmonella outbreak among some kratom-related products.
Hogan Lovells and AKA “urge the FDA to apply the same rigorous and investigative standards when investigating the links between salmonella and certain kratom products that the agency has utilized when investigating other food safety outbreaks.”
According to the letter, “such an FDA position would also unfairly penalize those companies who adhere to rigorous food safety requirements and whose products are not implicated in the disease outbreak.” It concludes that “such an FDA position would exceed the statutory authority for mandatory recalls under the language carefully crafted by Congress when enacting the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) in 2010.”
Hahn and Mehler also make clear that while AKA – on behalf of the kratom community – “is fully supportive of the need to recall any product that has the potential to contain salmonella,” data must demonstrate that a specific product has been contaminated. AKA and Hogan Lovells say the FDA’s effort to recall all kratom products falls outside of this regulatory norm as well as outside the FDA’s mandatory recall authority.
In addition to clarifying the legal parameters of FDA authority under the FSMA and Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), Hogan Lovells’ letter stresses the burden of proof in each case rests solely upon the FDA.
The letter closes by urging the FDA to not lump the good in with the bad. “The companies that adhere to rigorous food safety requirements should not get pulled into an industry-wide mandatory recall, particularly given the lack of such authority under the FFDCA.”
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About the American Kratom Association
The American Kratom Association (AKA), a consumer-based non-profit organization, is here to set the record straight about kratom and give a voice to those who are suffering and protect their rights to possess and consume kratom. AKA represents tens of thousands of Americans, each of whom has a unique story to tell about the virtues of kratom and its positive effects on their lives. www.americankratom.org
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#Kratom in #Tennessee is NOW #LEGAL!! THANK YOU ALL WHO HELPED! #wearekratom #advocate #takeaction #kratom #kratomsaveslives

“Our mission is to increase understanding in order to influence public policy and protect natural supplements”.
🎉 History in the Making, Kratom Leaf Legal in the State of Tennesse 🎉

A Winning Strategy for Today and Tomorrow

Proven excellence in protecting that which matters most, your right to choose

You did it, we did it, every single person in the kratom community....that made an email or call to a House Representative or Senate member, shared a Facebook post, told their friends to email/call or literally showed up to speak during the Tennessee testimonies were all an essential piece of achieving this monumental moment in kratom history.

Thank you all.

Kratom wasn’t just removed from the bill, it is now in the bill as 100% legal ✅. This is a huge win for both Tennessee residents and Americans as a whole. It clearly demonstrates what can be accomplished with the right resources, persistence and educational strategies.

Typically, legislation that is already established has a significantly harder time getting reversed compared to the act of incorporating brand new legislation meaning it will be very difficult for Tennessee to change this law.

This now works in our favor.

Once again, a united effort in educating representatives results in kratom remaining legal. This is will stay the case provided companies follow FDA guidelines and regulations. Compliance is key.

Please do not give legislators a reason to change their mind!

The BEA the AKA have been coordinating and strategizing to divide up the lobbying efforts in the states. The BEA took the lead in Tennessee and the AKA took the lead in Kansas. We have been sharing resources and collaborating efforts in both states to be most effective.  This collaborative effort has enabled us to give our all in our respective states 💯.

Tennessee has been no easy feat, we had to have experts on the ground several times to continually educate legislators. Thankfully we were not alone. We were accompanied by kratom advocates that bravely shared their powerful stories in front of a Congressional audience. Special thanks to Melanie and Cherity who attended every meeting and met with every representative.

United we stand!

#wearekratom #educate #advocate #takeaction #kratom#Kratom in #Tennessee is NOW #LEGAL!! THANK YOU ALL WHO HELPED! #wearekratom #advocate #takeaction #kratom #kratomsaveslives

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Why #Coachella and Natural #Herbs from legalherbalshop.com are a GREAT fit #Kratom #CBD #Shrooms #Vape #Party #Rave #Health

Although Coachella is now synonymous with cool musical acts, A-list headliners, celebs and flower crowns, it wasn’t always that way.

The history of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival is one that dates back to 1993 and could easily fill a book. In essence, it all started when Pearl Jam’s lead singer Eddie Vedder reportedly became upset at the  excessive service charge Ticketmaster was charging their fans to see them in concert. So in an effort to boycott any venues that were controlled by Ticketmaster, the band performed at the Empire Polo Club grounds in 1993.

Music executives Paul Tollett and Rick Van Santen saw how successful the one-night Pearl Jam concert was, even though the outdoor venue was in a remote location in the California desert. And thus, Coachella was born.

As years went on, the modest music festival that celebrated unknown but talented performers morphed into what it is today: a cultural phenomenon that trendsetters in both the music and fashion worlds religiously attend.

While other music festivals have tried to copy its vibe, Coachella is a one-of-a-kind experience. So let’s take a walk down Coachella memory lane. Below are SOME fun facts about the music festival’s history you probably didn’t know.

The first festival was actually affordable

The first Coachella happened in October 1999. The tickets were only $50 per day, and Los Angeles concert promotion company Goldenvoice reportedly lost $850,000 putting on the festival by charging so little. Nowadays, general admission passes for the three-day festival are $429.

Electronic music no longer dominates the festival

 At the inaugural 1999 festival, electronic music made up 41% of the live performances at Coachella. However, in 2015, rock music (26%) and dance/house music (24%) were the genres that dominated Coachella’s stages.

Coachella was not always a long weekend

Prior to Lady Gaga’s performance in 2017, Coachella had only one female headliner in its then eighteen-year history, Björk, who headlined at both the 2002 and 2007 festivals. In 2018, Beyoncé will also join the exclusive club of Coachella female headliners.

“No-Chella” is a thing

In recent years, hotel pool parties sponsored by fashion companies and luxury brands have sprung up around Coachella. Party-hopping from one soiree to the next without actually going to the festival has been dubbed as “No-Chella.”

So, you ask yourself where do www.LegalHerbalShop.com herbs come into play?

That’s actually an easy answer, and here is a summary of how this all fits together:
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