Kratom Divine sells their products online and at the brick and mortar shop in Oregon. Their earliest Google reviews date back to three years ago, which seems to jive with the general timeframe that’s hinted at on their website. In the past, some Kratom enthusiasts made snide comments about the lack of information that was available on the Kratom Divine site. Now, though, there’s a wealth of details to help you decide if this is the right vendor for you.
The website that greets you when you look up Kratom Divine is far from the prettiest we’ve ever seen. However, as mentioned above, it is packed full of info, and that’s always a plus. We look for vendors that are truly transparent, so we were very happy to see that Kratom Divine has made lots of steps in the right direction.
They don’t have an extremely large number of strains, but they do provide a nice mixture of options for those who like to bounce between powder, capsules, loose leaf, etc. In fact, this variety is most likely one of the major factors that has kept Kratom Divine profitable in the crowded Mitragyna speciosa market.
Pricing for Kratom Divine products is relatively consistent. Like many other Mitragyna speciosa vendors, they have a list price crossed out next to a lower price, which is intended to give the impression that their products are on sale. Of course, when the pricing always looks like that, it’s clear that the lower figure is their true price point.
Anyone who is going to buy Kratom from this vendor should sign up for their Text VIP Club to get coupon codes and other special offers. We also found a couple of discount codes that may still be valid when you read this.
Orders over $50 ship for free; no coupon code is necessary.
Locals clearly love Kratom Divine’s brick and mortar store as they’ve earned a 4.8-star average from 17 reviewers. One person went so far as to say, “The Best Company and BEST Kratom.
I have probably tried at least 20 to 30 different companies. No company or Kratom can compare to Kratom Divine. I will be a life-long customer.”
On the other hand, a Reddit user opined: “I used some samples from a headshop, it’s nothing special… An expensive meh experience, just like with most head shop stuff.” And yes, that’s right; Kratom Divine’s products can often be found in headshops and smoke shops.
We love it that this vendor offers a telephone number and email address for customer service concerns. Anyone who is in the local area can also stop by their store to discuss any problems that arise with their order. It’s also great to see a company that accepts returns on opened products. However, if the packaging has been opened, you must pay for return shipping and ensure that at least 75 percent of the product is still present within its original package.
Per Google reviewers, “Kratom Divine has high quality products. I especially enjoy the extracts. But it’s the customer service that will keep you coming back for more. I had an issue with an order, and Wendi went above and beyond just to make sure I was 100% satisfied, and I can’t say enough about them, and their integrity.” Another satisfied reviewer concurred, saying: “Great customer service and fast shipping. Very happy. I recommend. Thank you!”
We always like supporting a company that actually packs its products. Of course, those products need to be worth our time, and there’s some disagreement there between Google and Reddit commenters. Your best bet may be to dip your toe into Kratom Divine’s pool by picking up some of their samples. Alternatively, you could test out their rather liberal return policy by making a bigger first-time purchase.
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