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Wholesale Kratom

Kratom is gaining popularity among consumers but don’t stock up just yet.

The key is understanding that its legal status is different for each state.

Selling kratom is banned in six states – Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. But in many other states, it's legal to sell.

So, as a retail or wholesale business, you should always check your local laws.

Why? Because when you're on the right side of the law, you can thrive in the kratom market and meet customer demand.

Kratom Choices: Forms & Strains 

You can find it in various forms like:

  • Powder
  • Capsules
  • Extracts
  • Gummies
  • Tea Bags

There are over 50 strains available in these forms, each with different effects and strengths.

For businesses, a wide selection means more choices for your customers. 

What to Look for When Buying Kratom in Bulk?

When buying wholesale kratom (in any form) for your smoke shop, head shop, gas station, corner store, or bar, keep these two things in mind:

Quality and Purity

Only choose suppliers who offer lab-tested bulk kratom. Ensure they can provide a Certificate of Analysis (COA) when requested. 

It confirms the purity of kratom, its alkaloid content, and verifies that it is free from fillers and contaminants like heavy metals or pesticides.


Prefer vendors that have kratom products with clear labeling. They should have the manufacturer’s or distributor’s name, ingredient list, usage instructions, and warnings. 

Also, proper packaging prevents contamination during shipping.

Now, if you’re wondering where to find reliable vendors that tick both these boxes, the simplest option is online wholesale marketplaces.

Why? These platforms allow you to compare prices, quality, and product reviews from different vendors all in one place.

This makes it easier to find the best deals that align with your business needs. Also, you can browse and order from anywhere, anytime.

What to Avoid When Selling Kratom Products?

No matter how pure you think your products are, you must avoid:

  1. Marketing as dietary supplements or drugs: Due to concerns over its safety, you must not promote kratom as a solution for health issues.

    The FDA hasn't approved it for that, so claiming health benefits can lead to warnings and penalties.
  2. Selling in prohibited regions: Be aware of where kratom is legal and where it is not.

    Selling it in areas where it’s banned can result in legal trouble. So, before you sell, make sure kratom is legal in that specific state, city, or county.
  3. Selling to minors: It's important only to sell kratom to adults and not minors.

The legal age for consumers to buy kratom is 18 or 21, depending on the state. 

Moreover, if you’re an online retailer, make sure you’ve got a system or pop-up form to check the buyers’ age before letting them in.