The word divine is defined as “excellent; delightful,” even God-like. For a kratom vendor or any company, for that matter, to say that they are divine is a fairly bold claim. In the case of Kratom Divine, it’s made that much more audacious by virtue of their lack of transparency.
So, is Kratom Divine a purveyor of pure, divine kratom powder? Are they really an excellent place to buy kratom online? In today’s review, we’ll delve into how well they embody the name of their brand, what makes them unique among the glut of new kratom vendors and what you should know before placing an order.
This is where shizz gets funky with Kratom Divine. As you’ve probably noticed from our other kratom vendor reviews, most kratom companies are forthcoming about their location. I can’t count how many times I’ve written, “This California-based kratom vendor” or, “The Nevada-based owners of…”
I’m not able to do this with Kratom Divine because, quite simply, there is very little publicly available information about their headquarters. After digging deep online, the most I could ascertain was that Kratom Divine is a division of SB, LLC, a company for which no details are listed.
This is uncommon and raises a red flag; many kratom vendors let you know where they are so that you can visit their storefront or let others know where they are. This does not appear to be true in the case of Kratom Divine.
Indeed, all we can divine from their website (pardon the lame pun) is that their phone number bears a 503 area code. This would suggest that they are located somewhere within Oregon…if such things could actually be believed in the age of the Internet.
Reality dictates that anyone can get a phone number from anywhere in the world. For instance, I had a boss who claimed to live in Bulgaria, but when he sent me my 1099 form, the mailing address on his envelope said that he lived in Newark, New Jersey…even though the postmark on his letter came from Tempe, Arizona.
A wise person once told me, “Don’t believe anything that you read online.” That seems to be appropriate where this kratom vendor is concerned. Take anything they say with a grain of salt, especially the bland backstory they provide on their About Us page.
Sure, sure, you used to work in the cancer field until kratom became your full-time passion. And yeah, you love hiking and long walks on the beach or whatever. Who doesn’t? Tell me something real, Jack!
That’s where this review comes in…
To say that Kratom Divine’s website is threadbare would be a gross understatement. The site design isn’t so much minimalist as it is sloppy. It looks like something a drunken graphic design major slapped together in their freshman year.
Their logo is amateurish, their product page is askew and their product line is, more or less, standard. This is not to say that their kratom capsules and kratom powder are no good, just that they do less than an adequate job at marketing them to their desired demographic.
About the only thing interesting or unique about them is their top selling item, Sama Sama, a proprietary blend whose recipe is a mystery. “We have never shared the recipe,” the website states. That might sound cute and endearing in a Big Mac special sauce sorta way (Spoiler Alert: it’s Mayo and Thousand Island dressing), but the keen kratom fan won’t appreciate this lack of disclosure.
This secretiveness hints at deception and suggests that the responsible user will have to spend good money getting the kratom powder tested by a third party before risking ingestion. Needless to say, it’s a bit of a bummer and will likely turn many users off of placing an order with this vendor.
Aside from this particular blend, Kratom Divine sells your usual kratom strains. They’ve got Malaysian Green, Red Vein Indo Kratom, White Vein Borneo Kratom, Vietnam Kratom, Hulu Kapuas Kratom and Bentuangie.
All strains are priced between $10 and $18 for 28 grams which is relatively inexpensive when compared to some of the best kratom vendors. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing is totally subjective as some in the kratom community would argue that you pay for quality while others would prefer to toss and wash on the cheap and save their money for other stuff like Acuamma and kava kava.
To each his own as they say.
Kratom Divine offer free shipping on orders of $50 or more and issue refunds if a customer is not satisfied (so long as that customer returns the item in question within 30 days of purchase).
Items are to be returned to Leaburg, Oregon, so one can only guess that they are, in fact, located in Oregon. At least their product is.
Our research points to Kratom Divine being excellent when it comes to customer support. One user said that he contact Wendi, one of the two owners, and received a response right away. You can call them on the phone or email them for an answer to any question you might have.
What are people saying about Kratom Divine and their kratom product line? Not much. Unlike many other kratom vendors, Kratom Divine doesn’t seem to have the social media presence of others.
What little there is out there is unanimously positive with one user saying, “Wendi is a good person with high quality Kratom. You should enjoy your purchase.”
Although I prefer a kratom vendor to be a little more upfront about what’s in their products, I can say with confidence that Kratom Divine is a viable option for those seeking affordable kratom that gets the job done. Try a sample of their Sama Sama for its stimulating and relaxing qualities. You may be wary of what’s in it, but it won’t let you down. Happy kbombing, brothers and sisters!
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