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Is Kratom Legal in Connecticut?

Welcome to Connecticut, home of the first telephone book that contained only fifty names, and the first newspaper company in the U.S. “The Hartford Courant.”

Is Kratom Legal in Connecticut?

Thankfully, Kratom is entirely legal in the Constitution State. Residents of Connecticut who’ve decided to brew a cup of kratom tea or mix up some powder, they’re completely able to do so without any possible issues with legality. So far there’s been no legislative action that includes kratom or any of it’s alkaloids As of October 2020, no bills are currently pending to ban kratom in Connecticut, meaning it’s legal to purchase, and consume this natural substance.

Where Can I Buy Kratom in Connecticut?

It’s super simple to find kratom in this state, you can find it in smoke shops, gas stations and many corner stores. From what we see, Bridgeport is the go to location to find kratom.

While you can find Kratom powder all over the state, we recommend you carefully do your research on where to purchase kratom. While it’s more convenient to purchase your kratom at a local shop, we recommend looking for a reputable online distributor.

Gas stations/headshops don’t specialize in kratom powder and only kratom powder, so their inventory can easily sit on the shelf for weeks if not months. This causes the powder to change color to a more brownish tint, hurting the potency and taste of kratom.

Online Kratom vendors, including us, tend to import kratom from the source leading to a considerably higher quality along with a cheaper price point. There are less people and steps involved in this process, keeping kratom more fresh when the buyer gets to open their bag.

On top of this all, we here at GLAKratom are from Missouri, a state that fully supports and enacted the Kratom Consumer Protection Act. So you’ll be guaranteed to get a clean, unadulterated product that’s fresh and potent.

If you’d like to see a map of the U.S. kratom legalities, as well as more detailed information on whether kratom is legal in your state, please refer to this blog post.