Kratom Pro Vendor Review: The Pros and Cons

May 08, 2020 Articles, Kratom Blends, Kratom Capsules, Kratom Extracts, Kratom Products, Kratom Research, Kratom Reviews, Kratom Strains, Kratom Tea, Kratom Vendors

The term “pro” is more than just a shorthand for “professional.” It typically conjures images of someone or something that is very much in control of its faculties. A pro is someone who is at the top of their game in every way and easily capable of defeating their competition.

Kratom Pro or Kratom.pro, as their domain name would suggest, is definitely worthy of this moniker. In an industry notorious for high risk and minimal reward, they’ve kept things safe and simple with their streamlined online store and international shipping.

If you’ve heard of them then it was likely through their Facebook profile which serves as their primary means of connecting with the kratom community. The only problem is, they aren’t the only pros in the space (more on this later).

So where do they stack up against their competitors?

Let’s take a closer look!

WHAT IS KRATOM PRO?

Kratom.pro is the official site of Above and Beyond Partnership LTD and their online store. The company was founded in 2011. With offices in Carlsbad, CA and Northern Ireland, they are an international kratom supplier with a presence in the US and the EU.

They quickly established themselves as a legit source for cheap kratom extract, among other things. Over the years, they have added and/or eliminated a number of different products, preferring to stock a limited supply of consistently potent plain leaf options.

As sellers of kratom powder and kratom capsules, they are one of the few vendors left who can successfully process credit card transactions. Kratom Pro accepts Mastercard and Visa.

Their strains include the following:

  • Bali
  • Kali MD
  • Maeng Da
  • Thai

While their options are rather limited compared to other brands, their kratom effects are undeniable. The Maeng Da is top shelf, as is the Kali which hits with an earthy aroma that’s distinct from others.

As with other brands, KP cannot ship to states where kratom sales are outlawed or otherwise restricted. These include Alabama, Arkansas, Vermont and Wisconsin. In their native California, this seller is not able to ship to San Diego County where Mitragyna speciosa use is prohibited.

KRATOM PRO VS. KRATOM PROS

As I mentioned earlier, Kratom Pro has been around since 2011. It didn’t take long for pretenders to make a play for their territory. In an industry that’s as saturated as an overstuffed shirt, this is to be expected. Alas, the competition has been less than impressive.

In 2018, a low-rent operation called Kratom Pros cropped up, swiftly setting their sights on the earlier company’s action. As a Texas-based outfit, Kratom Pros do not have the global reach of their predecessor.

If there is one thing that would seem to recommend the Pros over the Pro it’s the sheer diversity of their product line. The Pros currently stock more than 25 unique strains including the following:

If their variety is a pro their pricing is a definite con; even though an ounce of powder costs about the same as their number one competitor ($9.95), their kilos sell for a whopping $199.95 which is almost double what many top-rated kratom suppliers charge.

Although both Kratom Pro and Kratom Pros are overly expensive compared to the top brands, only one of them has the kind of reliability and purity users have come to expect. Without a doubt, Kratom Pro remains the true champion of the pair.

HOW DO THEY COMPARE?

Both of these vendors are overpriced and lack a strong social media following. You are unlikely to find a single mention of either on Reddit or any of the best online kratom forums. Kratom Pro’s Facebook profile has less than 100 Likes and few followers. The so-called Pros have even less of a presence.

More alarmingly, each of these companies does little to assure their customers of the safety and security of their products. These are not members in good standing with I Love Kratom, AKA (American Kratom Association) or the Botanical Education Alliance. No third party lab results are posted to any of their pages, at least so far as I can tell.

BOTTOM LINE

If you’ve heard the name and you’re thinking about checking ’em out, make sure you visit the singular champ and ignore the obvious knock-off. Be safe, be smart and be well.

Bob Freville
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