Michigan Made it Necessary for Kratom Users to Get Doctor Prescription

Michigan republican senator has made it mandatory for Kratom users to obtain a prescription from a doctor to use this popular herbal supplement in the state. Sen John Bizon is a medical doctor in the state who introduced a bill about Kratom regulation. This product is now available online, at gas station and head shops.

Bizon has said that kratom drug is somehow addictive and a large number of people are consuming it without any prescription from the doctor. Now the bill has made it necessary to obtain the prescription before its use. It will be beneficial for both consumers and sellers. Red Devil Kratom is the trusted supplement provider and they are number one vendor for the last two years in a row. The company sells organic and real kratom in NY.

The company claims that it is a herbal supplement and medicine. This is very helpful in reducing pain, depression, and anxiety. In addition, it is also helpful in changing the mood and concentration. Some early state researches have found such evidence about kratom that it is an effective alternative to opioids that have killed more than 47,000 people in the US and 2,033 in Michigan in 2017, according to the US Centers for disease control and prevention.

Michigan is among those nine states which has considered kratom a herbal medicine and set the regulation under Kratom Consumer Protection Act. This act requires companies to test the product and list the ingredients and direction on the label. This act is also approved by Utah, Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona. American Kratom Association is the agency which takes surveillance on the states which use Kratom medicine for treatment purpose and also suggest where to buy right kratom.