In the kratom industry, longevity can be a strong indicator of a vendor’s reputation. With so many kratom start-ups coming and going, it’s easy to see why some consumers would be more inclined to trust a long-established business.
However, legitimacy does not hinge solely on how long one has been in business but, also, how said business has gone about conducting itself.
Many online kratom vendors never bother to register their business as a corporate entity, never mind test their products for purity and potency.
This is one reason why Heavenly Herbal House has made a mark as a new brand. Although the company has only been around for less than a year, it has filed all necessary paperwork to conduct itself professionally.
Whether business registration makes this vendor legit is a matter for thorough inquiry. We’ll tell you everything you need to know in our comprehensive vendor review.
Heavenly Herbal House is a LLC (Limited Liability Company) out of Royse City, TX. The company was founded in September, 2020, and has since appointed a new director.
With the appointment of Amanda Lynn Fugitt as its managing member, Heavenly Herbal House has evolved into a fully functional online store.
The brand has been generating some solid buzz on social media, where it maintains Facebook and Instagram accounts under the handle @heavenly4eternitea.
With more than 500 followers and dozens of posts across multiple platforms, this vendor has grown its customer base in an impressive amount of time. More importantly, the brand has attracted the attention of reviewers on kratom forums, such as Double M Herbals and Instagram Live.
As with other vendors, this online store has its drawbacks. Chief among them is its niche pandering, which relies on Biblical quotes, bogus medical claims, and products like colloidal silver to target a very specific and potentially suggestible demographic.
This vendor carries a range of products, including “loose powder” and “tea capsules.” Its full product line consists of everything from herbal “cannaflower” to “sweet treats” (tie-dye-colored edibles) and CBD hemp balm.
Heavenly Herbal House currently stocks 19 kratom strains and seven supposed kratom blends. This is in addition to the kratom potentiators advertised in its landing page slide show.
There are market regulars here like Green Malay, Red Bali, and White Horn. Then there are the obviously made up “strains,” such as AK-47, Big W, Gold Rush, Green Wings, Red Watson, Primo White, and Yellow Comfort.
This seller also produces “combo mixes,” such as Bloody Mary, Gold Dust, Mack Sauce, Pink Flamingo, and Twisted Tea. The ingredients of these blends are anyone’s guess since they are not listed anywhere on Heavenly Herbal House’s website.
Other common strains include Green Nano, Red Borneo kratom, Red Cambodia, Super White, and White Elephant.
Prices start at six dollars per ounce of kratom powder, with specials on splits. More on this in a moment.
Encapsulated kratom is a solid option if you’re a busy bee. Instead of fussing with measuring spoons, messy powder and digital scales, you’ll be able to conceal a compact packet of caps in your carrying case, handbag, or even the inner-pocket of your coat.
If you’re like so many kratom enthusiasts with sensitivities, you’ll find that kratom capsules cut down on the gag factor by masking kratom’s naturally bitter taste. Kratom caps are easy to swallow and tend not to stink up your breath.
This vendor sells 50-count packets of kratom caps for $15.00, but you can stock up with a 100-count for just $28.00.
Kratom extract is a concentrated form of Mitragyna speciosa, which is created by one of two methods—water-based extraction or frozen resin production.
Water-based extraction is the most well-known method and, perhaps, the easiest. It involves dissolving kratom powder in water and citric acid. The latter serves as a preservative.
Resin kratom extracts are far more rare, but they are renowned for their superior puissance. Based on the evidence at hand, Heavenly Herbal House’s 25:1 Full Spectrum Extract Powder appears to be an example of a resin-based model.
Resin extracts are more robust due to their higher concentration of key indole alkaloids. Generally speaking, it takes less time to yield a resin extract than it does a water-based extract, making it that much more likely that Heavenly Herbal House’s “Kratea Extract” is resin-based.
Full Spectrum Kratea Extract Powder’s pricing starts at $3.75 for one gram, with three grams going for $11.25. You can get six grams for $22.50 or 10 grams for $37.50.
Heavenly Herbal House specializes in splits of all sizes, so you won’t have to invest in a split kilo to get a bit of everything it has to offer. You can get a two-way split of one hundred fifty grams for $25, a three-way split of two hundred fifty grams for $28, a four-way split kilo for $48, or a five-way split kilo for $75.00.
These prices are reasonable across the board, with larger purchasing options offering the most savings. For instance, a five-way split kilo is at least $45 cheaper than the industry-low price for one thousand grams.
If you know what you’re looking for and don’t want to split your order up, you can purchase an ounce for as little as six bucks. That is the same price charged by industry mainstay Kratom Spot.
Alternatively, you can go the whole hog with a full kratom kilo for $85.00. It’s not as affordable as a split kilo, but it’s at least $35-40 cheaper than what most online vendors charge.
This vendor provides free shipping on all orders, with carrier chosen at its discretion. Return policy is not listed on its website, nor is the prospect of a full refund.
This vendor does not disclose payment options on its website, opting instead to discuss methods once customers have emailed their order specifications.
Popular payment options may include CashApp, FacebookPay, or Venmo.
This seller has delivered deep discounts to its customers, providing easy-to-use promo codes that are redeemable for as much as 10-35% off an order.
The special offers don’t end there. HHH invites visitors to enjoy free herbal tea samples in addition to the aforementioned free shipping.
Online kratom forums are a great place to find out what people really think about a brand and its products. Unfortunately, such forums are prey for eager shills who represent unscrupulous vendors.
From what we can see on the ILK (I Love Kratom) board, someone who may or may not be in Heavenly Herbal House’s employ posted a barrage of unsolicited product reviews for its brand. These included comments regarding its gold vein kratom powder as well as Super Green.
Curiously, the same user published all but identical posts to the Double M Herbals forum, wherein they apologize for the same potentiator-based gaffe they made on ILK.
Aside from these unprompted and effusive accolades the only other mention we can find is one the company itself made on Reddit.
In March, 2021, heavenly4eternitea (the exact domain name belonging to this vendor and its social media handle) wrote, “I highly Recommend Heavenly Herbal House, low prices, custom blends, lab tested and sterilized.”
Although its prices are stellar, Heavenly Herbal House’s industry approach has left us feeling anything but reverent. The over-inflated assertions of its homepage coupled with its lack of third-party lab results leaves us concerned about its possible lack of safety.
The option to “enhance” one’s kratom tea with CBD pre-rolls or other questionable potentiators does little besides perpetuate the confusion surrounding Mitragyna speciosa.
In short, this is a brand you should avoid if you know what’s good for you. The name may suggest wings and halos, but the marketing techniques implied on its product pages suggest anything but.