Nature’s Organix Kratom can be a bit difficult to pin down because of its common name. Their Facebook page links to a dead site, but their Instagram page goes to buyorganickratom.com.
Another thing that’s confusing about NO is their branding. If you look online, you’ll find 300-count bottles of Kratom. However, if you go to the website listed above, you’ll find a lot of Kratom options, but none appear to use the old labeling. If you want to buy Kratom from this vendor, be sure to look closely at your options to make sure you’re getting the real deal.
NO is independently owned and operated out of Wilsonville, OR. According to 4-Aces Wholesale, they only sell the following products:
Meanwhile, buyorganickratom.com sells powder and capsules, and they’re based out of the same city. It seems likely that Nature’s Organix is a specific line, and that they don’t sell this particular Kratom from buyorganickratom.com.
Once again, according to 4-Aces Wholesale, you should be able to score a 300-count bottle for around $29.99.
There are no promo codes for Nature’s Organix. This product seems to be available from third-party sellers only.
Per their Facebook page, Nature’s Organix is a mixed bag. They currently have a 3-star average.
On the other hand:
While we were able to find the customer reviews above, we didn’t find any that specifically talked about their customer service.
Nature’s Organix is a very confusing company. With all the different websites that are listed (most of which are down), it’s hard to pin them down. We suggest some caution if you decide to purchase this brand.
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