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Kratom Purple Sticky

purple-sticky-kratomSurely by now there are few Americans who are surprised to hear of shifty business practice within the field of Kratom sales, and it’s no exception when consumers are searching Google for “Purple Sticky Kratom” products. It’s a tradition as old as commerce itself – twist, mold, and outright ignore the truth in hopes of making your product as appealing as you can. But oh, the lengths to which some retailers will go in order to win your business. Especially when the product in question is surrounded by mystery, which gives the retailer full dominion over the sometimes helpless customer.

Such is the case with certain online retailers claiming to sell “Purple Sticky” kratom. Clearly aiming to capitalize on erroneous and non-existent links between kratom and a certain bud-shaped, green, semi-illegal drug, these kratom purple sticky peddlers attempt to pass off a product of inferior quality to unsuspecting, confused consumers.

To review the basics: kratom is not purple. In whole leaf form, kratom has a deep green color with veins running through the leaf’s center, and branching out toward the leaf’s edge. These veins are either reddish in color, or white. Kratom extract is also greenish brown in color, with nary a hint of purple. Nor, of course, is kratom “sticky.” Whole leaves are dried before packaging. In extract form, kratom is a finely ground powder that will dissolve quickly and thoroughly with virtually any liquid.

One is left to wonder, just who do these kratom purple sticky retailers think they’re fooling? And what, exactly, is the benefit of such a misleading name? As with any product, we advise you to read up on kratom before making a purchase. Do, and you’ll find that spurious claims of sticky purple kratom not only mislead, but tend to miss the point completely.

As always, do your research, and find kratom vendors who are responsible with the products they offer.  Look for retailers that don’t offer Kratom capsules, and instead focus on the raw leaf, either whole, crushed, or powdered.  and, look for those who sell it responsibly, as a safe research product, a botanical, as an ingredient in the manufacture of incense, or for aromatherapy.