What is MyKratom.Life?
MyKratom.Life is a private social media network, news and information portal dedicated to Mitragyna Speciosa (the organic botanical known as Kratom). For centuries, humans have consumed leaves from the tropical tree native to Southeast Asia for it’s reported ability to control physical pain and to increase energy. In recent years, Kratom’s popularity exploded after the U.S. DEA’s 2016 attempt to ban the plant resulted in 100,000 U.S. Citizens signing a “We The People” petition asking former President Barack Obama to intervene.
Eventually, the DEA pulled back, asking the FDA to produce a scientific analysis on Kratom to be used in a future consideration. During that time, tens of thousands took to the internet to share their Kratom story and how the botanical plant had positively affected their lives. Today, Kratom remains legal in the United States at a federal level, but is illegal in a small number of US cities and states.
Unlike many other social networks, MyKratom.Life:
- Allows users the choice to use their real names or a username when interacting with the community.
- Does not track you around the web for adverting purposes.
- Does not give (or sell) developers or advertisers access to ANY user data.
- Does not store detailed personally identifying information (PII) or your interests.
- Rewards users with points which can be redeemed for free or discounted merchandise through any of our affiliated partners. *
MyKratom.Life welcomes all individuals from all Kratom experience levels (including none) to participate. The community does not discriminate on anyone’s gender, race, color, religion, creed, orientation or political affiliation. While we absolutely support the right to freedom of speech, we do not tolerate targeted harassment or illegal activity.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Click the “Join Free!” button above and enter the required information such as a username, your email address and a password. When you complete the signup form, our system will email you an activation link (so check your spam folder). If you don’t receive your activation link you can contact our support team. Once activated, you can login to the MyKratom.Life app and interact with our community.
We require a valid email address & password to interact with the community on MyKratom.Life. We encourage and reward users to complete their profile which includes name or username, profile picture, general location, about me & kratom experience, however users are not required to enter all (or any) of that information.
We allow users to register free accounts and in those accounts upload photos, create posts, join groups, make friends, send messages to other members and make purchases. While the information, such as number of users and peak activity times are used to make enhancements to the system, none of the information is ever sold or shared. We take a great number of measures to protect your data from those with malicious intent including running systemwide encryption, hardening our servers, 24/7 security monitoring & strictly limiting system access. In the future, MyKratom.Life may run advertisements for a vetted partner, however we will never share your information even if you interact with the ad. It is up to you to provide your information to that partner by entering it yourself if you so choose. Ads & partners will not be permitted to place any cookies whatsoever on users computers.
MyKratom.life is similar to other social media networks in that users can post their thoughts, pictures, videos or links & other users can interact with that content by reacting or commenting to it in real-time. Users are able to participate in Groups, filter and search the Community Feed, send private messages, create Community hosted blog posts and much more.
We have submitted our iOS application and are awaiting review by Apple. Once we receive notification we’ll post links when the app becomes available. (Monday August 13th 2018)
No. We are not permitting vendor posts or vendor review posts on MyKratom.life. We do plan to list vetted vendors, but currently do not have a timeframe for implementation. Vendors can submit an application if they are interested in becoming a future vetted vendor.