Even though Kratom is still legal in the state of Pennsylvania, its situation is quite precarious as of now. In June 2018 a young boy allegedly died in Pennsylvania of a Kratom overdose because of which there have been multiple petitions and bills calling to ban the herb. Even so, at this point, you can easily purchase it at tea shops and smoke shops.
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