Mojo Brand Kratom Capsules Review 2018

September 05, 2018 Articles, Kratom Research, Kratom Reviews, Kratom Strains

The demand from kratom capsules grows greater by the day. As legislators attempt to place restrictions on the Mitragyna speciosa (kratom) plant, more and more customers are flocking to online vendors to buy bulk kratom capsules.

As such, we’ve seen an influx in the number of companies offering kratom products. There are currently more than 300 vendors operating in the United States alone. That’s a lot of people competing in one space.

With that kind of congestion comes a lot of competition, which is a good thing for the consumer because the legit vendors will feel it necessary to step up their game to produce a better product. But it’s also a bad thing because it means plenty of shady startups will pop up, hungry to exploit the desperation of the general public.

That’s where this blog comes in. We are dedicated to bringing you up-to-the-minute news on kratom vendors as well as kratom legislation. Consequently, the disreputable vendor will be sussed out and reviewed accordingly.

So, where does this leave the Mojo kratom brand? Let’s take a closer look!


Not much is known about the company behind Mojo Pimp Kratom, but that hasn’t stopped them from becoming a favorite among kratom users. Without a doubt, they are one of the most popular brands on the market.

Headshops and smoke shops across America regularly sell out of Mojo Kratom within hours of stocking it out, making it a bestseller in the space.


Unfortunately, there is a relative scarcity of product diversity from this vendor. The only strains they offer are the following:

Both strains of their kratom powder come in capsulated form and are finely ground. Each package contains 20 capsules (18 grams in total).


This is where things get more than a bit questionable. Mojo Kratom’s Bali capsules sell for $19.95. That’s essentially twenty bucks for only 18 grams whereas most trusted vendors sell a minimum of 28 grams for this price range.

What’s worse, their Pimp Kratom sells for a whopping $24.95 for 18 grams. If this isn’t dubious, I don’t know what is. It definitely gives me pause, having purchased lots more for lots less in the past.


This vendor’s website features absolutely no info that one would expect for a legitimate company. You don’t get any instructions for dosage nor do you get any detailed information about the origins of their kratom powder.

Most of us want to order from someone who is knowledgeable about M. speciosa, not someone who is just slapping a website together to make a quick buck.


So far as I can tell, nobody’s saying anything about this one. A deep dive on Reddit and other social media platforms turned up nothing more than one brief mention of the brand and a response by a user who insists that Mojo is just another name for kratom and his subsequent assumption that it is of low quality.

So, is it a low quality form of kratom powder? Yes and no.

After testing two batches of Mojo Pimp Kratom, I found that its effects varied wildly from one 18 gram pouch to the next. This points to mishandling on the vendor’s part which could mean that one batch had been sitting around for a long time and had lost its potency or the possibility that it was far from potent in the first place.

It is not uncommon to find some very weak kratom capsules in headshops and the like. The best bet for newcomers to the kratom community is to research the top online vendors.


For those who are looking for quality kratom capsules, Mojo Brand Kratom is probably not the way to go. It always pays to shop around when selecting an online vendor.

Bob Freville
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