With the FDA and other government bodies constantly putting pressure on the kratom market, the future of kratom legality hangs on a delicate balance. That’s why vendors and buyers are expected to tow the line. Responsible use, manufacturing, and advertising helps ensure that we don’t step on any toes as we fight for the freedom of kratom nationwide.
So it really comes as no surprise that kratom supporters tend to look down on brands that fail to do their part to protect the interest of kratom. Halo Kratom happens to be one of those vendors. With a shady reputation, Halo Kratom is almost non-existent online. But even then, buyers and enthusiasts were quick to connect the dots and determine that it’s one of the brands you might want to avoid like the plague.
There are almost zero sources that talk about Halo Kratom online. Without their own website or social media pages, Halo makes it tough for discriminating buyers to unearth information that could help them understand what the brand is all about. On Reddit, the scarcity of info is astounding, with only one thread that even makes mention of the vendor.
Unfortunately, that thread has also since been removed by moderators on the /KratomKorner subreddit since it goes against community guidelines. A single comment was left stating that ‘Halo Kratom is one of the best.’ Needless to say, the comment seems incredibly unreliable.
Other than that, there are about one or two blogs out there that explore the inner workings of Halo Kratom. Ultimately, these reviews come to a single conclusion — don’t waste your money.
Based on information posted online, it seems that Halo Kratom once had their own online storefront. But today, the website seems to have been taken down, with no traces of their original site or their domain. There are still a few kratom emporiums and online headshops however that sell Halo Kratom products. Some of these vendors include Kratom Mood and American Distributors LLC.
While there’s no way to determine the full extent of Halo Kratom’s product selection, they do offer the following:
All of these choices are available as either capsules or powders. Their powders are available in weights of 60g, 120g, and 250g, while their capsules are sold in bottles of 75, 150, 300, or 500 counts.
Interestingly, sellers like American Distributors LLC also offer Halo Kratom branded products, but the package design is completely different. So we can’t really tell if it comes from the same brand. Nonetheless, these capsule pouches contain 50 caps and come in three varieties — red vein, white vein, and green vein.
Halo Kratom is what you would call a head shop brand, which means their products are found mostly through resellers that purchase the products in bulk from Halo and then sell them through their own stores. More often than not, head shop brands are significantly more expensive than other kratom products because resellers have to increase their prices to make a profit.
Interestingly however, Halo’s products are sold at relatively low prices. Their 60g powders sell for $12, 120g for $20, and 250g for $40. Capsules sell for $10 for 75, $14 for 150, $20 for 300, and $35 for 500. Keep in mind though that prices depend on resellers and may change depending on the vendor you’re buying from.
When the brand used to have their own website, they offered their fair share of coupon codes to help buyers shave down their grand total. But since they’ve dissolved their website all together, your best shot at getting a discount would to be shop from a vendor that provides coupon codes and vouchers. Do note that products sold through head shops tend to be more expensive than what you’ll find online. Shop around before you make a decision.
One of the biggest considerations when choosing a vendor would be their reputation. It always helps to know what buyers have to say about a brand so you can get a better idea of whether or not they’ll meet your standards. Unfortunately however, Halo Kratom turns out to be particularly obscure.
With almost no verified reviews online, Halo Kratom is virtually non-existent. What’s even worse is that they don’t leave any information about their products, so you never really know what you’re getting in each package. And because head shop brands have been known to toss in questionable ingredients to up the effects of their products while potentially putting their users health at risk, it’s easy to see why this might be a problem.
Even when they used to have their website, Halo Kratom was anything but responsive and helpful. Today, there’s virtually no way to reach the brand in case you run into any issues with their products. Considering the fact that there’s no indication as to what their stuff contains, their inaccessibility can be a huge danger from a legal perspective.
Not all head shop brands are dangerous, but we can’t say that about Halo Kratom. Their products lack necessary documentation to prove the safety of their kratom powders, and they have zero presence online. With no way to trace their kratom back to them, Halo Kratom effectively evades complaints and even potential legal charges that might result from their questionable offers. So if you’re ever strapped for kratom and need a quick fix, avoid Halo Kratom and opt for other brands available through your local vape shop instead.
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