Why Don’t Kratom Companies Offer Public Stocks?

Mitragyna speciosa or kratom leaves with medicinal products in capsules and powder in white ceramic bowl and wooden table, top view

Kratom is a tropical herb extracted in Southeast Asia. It was discovered in the early 19th century, and it’s currently used by millions of people around the globe. Unlike other herbs, kratom isn’t supported by any medical evidence for suitable drug use. Its legal status is controversial, and the plant is banned in many countries.

Why is kratom illegal in so many countries?
Kratom is banned in the UK, Canada, Finland, Poland, Russia, Korea, and more. But people who consume the herb claim it has many health benefits—none of which find support in medical science. Secondly, there are many side effects of consuming kratom, such as:

• Nausea.
• Vomiting.
• Constipation.
• Dry mouth.
• Weight loss.
• Kidney disease.
• Addiction.
• Bloatedness.

Kratom is legal in the US and many other countries. But critics highly scrutinize its legal status in these countries. Plus, most manufacturers don’t sell the herb publically on shops, but online platforms such as Kratom Crazy, kratomcapsules.com, and Kat Botanicals do. No one knows the name of the manufacturers running the shots behind the scenes. And even in countries where the product is legal, governments often come up with bills to ban the compound.

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