Controversial Kratom Store Comes To Carlsbad, CA

CARLSBAD, CA – 12-04-2019 ( — Bumble Bee Botanicals announces the grand opening of their fifth kratom retail store in the US and second kratom retail store in San Diego county. 

Located in Carlsbad Village, the store is intended to serve North County San Diego residents with high quality, lab tested kratom products at reasonable prices with exceptionally friendly customer service. Kratom has been a popular but controversial supplement in the United States over the past 5 years. Kratom is illegal in the city limits of San Diego and Oceanside but legal throughout the rest of San Diego county.

Regular kratom users often report many positive benefits from taking kratom such as pain relief, energy and mood enhancement. The FDA is not as excited about kratom however, citing a lack of studies on kratom safety and the fact that kratom has not been approved by the agency for any medicinal use. The DEA has labelled kratom a “drug of concern”. In 2016 the DEA moved to make kratom a schedule 1 substance but backed away from the scheduling due to public outcry.Bumble Bee Botanical’s owner Andrew Graham had this to say about the new store opening.“Our store in La Mesa has been a big hit and we plan to replicate that same customer experience in our new Carlsbad store for our North County San Diego customers. Kratom is an amazing plant and Americans should have the right to pursue a healthy mind and body on their own terms.”Bumble Bee Botanicals’ newest store in Carlsbad is open for business as of Dec. 2nd, 2019.Bumble Bee Botanicals560 Carlsbad Village Dr. Suite 203Carlsbad, CA 92008(858) 255-4443

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