Fisher Botanicals, LLC, aka The Fisher Tea Company has been building a solid foundation for consumers to obtain clean, highly concentrated Mitragyna speciosa for the better part of four years.
Its owner has kept customers apprised of the latest updates to the kratom industry via his detailed News page when he isn’t sharing pics of himself with the indigenous people of Southeast Asia, all of whom know more about the harvesting process than just about any Westerner.
By learning the very particular skills that go into proper growing, harvesting and drying kratom leaf, he has set the bar high for the industry as a whole. But doling out kratom samples to newbies and delivering up-to-the-minute news items is just the tip of the iceberg.
Today I’ll walk you through what Fisher Botanicals has going on and exactly what they’ve done to place themselves at the leading edge of the speciosa movement.
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Founded in March of 2016, this Colorado-based kratom vendor swiftly established themselves as a force to be reckoned with. By providing the public with thorough product labels, a secure payment portal and a contemporaneous newsletter they have left a vestige on the community that is unlikely to vanish any time soon.
Unlike many shady brands that profess to sell products that are so-called “miracle herbs,” Fisher and Co make no bold claims and specifically tell visitors to their site that kratom is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or otherwise prevent any disease.
Like all of the most informed and rational individuals in the space, they understand that the future of this fantastic botanical specimen depends largely on cooler heads prevailing. In other words, industry leaders need to kick the habit of making unsubstantiated remarks about this coffee plant’s supposed benefits and focus on what matters—keeping it legal for the legions of individuals who want to experience it.
As you may have suspected, given the state’s progressive stance on things such as marijuana decriminalization and civil liberties, Colorado has not passed any legislation to ban this compound or its indole alkaloids—Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine.
It is legal to possess and/or sell kratom throughout the Rocky Mountain State. While the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) has not approved it for use as a drug, food ingredient or dietary supplement it remains unregulated and is often offered as an aromatic botanical across Colorado and in most other U.S. States.
However, the public must be diligent when it comes to the news. One should always keep themselves abreast of the latest in local legislative efforts and vote in favor of keeping kratom legal where applicable. Those who hear about a potential ban should be sure to contact their local representative and make their opinion known about this Ayurvedic herb.
If you currently reside in a state where kratom is legal you can purchase Fisher Botanicals’ many delightful products.
Fisher’s online store is the place to be for anyone who wants to get their hands on some choice speciosa specimens. Whether you are the frugal user who wants to order one ounce splits or the chronic type who wants to buy bulk kratom powder you’ll find everything you’re looking for right here.
In addition to their speciosa teas, this vendor regularly stocks Akuamma seed capsules, Ashwaganda root powder, atomizers, Blue Lotus flower, California Poppy Extract, the Capsule Machine, Cat’s Claw, Chamomile, Dandelion root, Elderberries, homemade natural soap, potentiators, Shilajit resin and much, much more.
If you’re the sort of person who’s into DIY then this is your one-stop shop for all the tools and accessories you’ll need to prepare your own capsules, cocktails or teas.
The following is a comprehensive list of their many strains:
I think you’ll agree, that’s a lot of variety for one independently-owned Colorado business. Needless to say, you won’t have any trouble finding something that tickles your fancy.
All of their strains range in price from $4.45 to $9 per ounce with 4 ounce, 8 ounce, half kilos and full kilos available. A kilo sells for an industry standard price of $125.00, depending on the strain you choose.
Those who wish to buy in bulk can pick up a 4.4 lb two-way split for $185. Additional deals include an 8.8 lb split for a mere $309 and a 22 lb 10-way split for $680.00. First-timers can also snap up a six ounce sample split for $36.00.
Fans of this brand have praised their service on social media with one Reddit user calling them an “awesome vendor.” Of the owner he writes: “I’ve known him for a long time and he’s a really cool guy with great customer service. His stuff is on par with Socal and Motark. He has a strain called elephant that’s the best strain I’ve ever had! He also has a Facebook group call fisher botanicals LLC which u can get any questions answered and get help with anything.”
Fisher Botanicals has joined a growing list of newer vendors who have really impressed me of late. Their strains are both exotic and potent, and their online store is a joy to scroll through, opening up opportunities for any kratomite to expand their horizons.
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