Free Kratom? No way, that sounds too good to be true!

You may have read about vendors giving out free Kratom samples on Reddit or other social media platforms. Upon reading these, you’re thinking to yourself - why are they giving Kratom out for free? Or, what does Kratom even do?

Don’t worry. We’re here to answer your questions. 

Kratom is a plant, more specifically, an amazing evergreen tree that grows natively in Southeast Asia. Kratom is also known as Mitragyna Speciosa, and it’s actually in the same family of plants as coffee! 

The leaves contain alkaloids Mitragynine and 7-Hydroxymitragynine (as well as several others), which are rumored to create helpful effects to the user. Kratom has been used in herbal medicine since the nineteenth century by natives of the Southeast Asia. Nowadays, Kratom is helping all kinds of people all across the globe. 

What are some of the benefits that Kratom can offer? Here are a few of the main ones:

  • Energy
  • Motivation
  • Focus
  • Relief from Physical Discomfort 
  • Relaxation
  • Comfort 
  • Happy, Positive Mindset
  • Restful Sleep

  • If you’re curious to learn more about the science and benefits of Kratom, we have loads of informational articles for you to read on our Kratom blog

    Disclaimer: Kratom remains unregulated by the FDA, the authors of this text would like you to note that although this article contains many points regarding the use of Kratom, they should only serve as a piece of information - not medical advice. 

    Kratom is not intended to cure, diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or condition. 
    Make sure to speak to a physician if you have questions before using Kratom.

    Get FREE Kratom Samples from Happy Hippo!

    Happy Hippo is now offering FREE Kratom samples! 100% FREE! No shipping fees or hidden costs.

    Why? Well, it’s simple. We want you to try our Kratom. 

    At Happy Hippo, we have the BEST Kratom ever. Try one of our samples and we’ll prove it! 

    All of our high-quality Kratom is sterilized at 170 degrees to eliminate pathogens and bacteria. We also run additional lab-testing to ensure the utmost quality and safety. Happy Hippo is proudly certified by the American Kratom Association (AKA) to follow GMP standards in all of our packaging facilities. 

    To get your free Kratom sample, all you need to do is visit our website and click the link in the corner of the screen titled ‘Free Kratom’. Once you’re there, fill out the form with your email, phone number, and shipping address. And that’s it! You’re done! Now it’s time to wait. All of our Kratom samples are shipped USPS First Class Mail, so it may take anywhere from 7-10 business days to receive your sample. Trust us, it’s worth the wait! 

    What you will receive with your FREE Kratom sample…

    • 2 samples containing 3-4 grams of high-quality Happy Hippo Kratom
      (strains are dependent on current inventory)

    •  Informational booklet about Happy Hippo and how to use our Kratom 

    *Note: This free Kratom sample offer is only available to customers within the United States, as we use USPS First Class Mail to ship them.

     

    Which Kratom Strain is Right for You?

    Kratom is a versatile plant - you can use it for so many things.

    The benefits you experience are dependent on which strain you take. With so many different options available, we understand that it can be difficult to decipher which strain will work best for you. 

    Luckily, we're here to help. We can work with you to find a good starting point. 

    For starters, we have an AWESOME Kratom Quiz that’s perfect for Newbies. Simply answer 3 easy questions and we’ll give you a couple of choices based on your answers. It seriously only takes 3 minutes to complete! 

    Secondly, as we mentioned earlier, we have a very informative Kratom blog that contains a ton of helpful tips about Kratom. Understanding the science behind Kratom and how it works is a great way to find what you are looking for.

    If you need additional help, please feel free to reach out to us. Our Happy Hippo Helpers have years of experience using Kratom, and they can answer any questions you may have. 


    Why Do Vendors Give Away Free Kratom Samples?

    Offering free samples is a great way for vendors to incentivize customers to try their products. Just like if you were to receive a sample of perfume or cologne - it’s nice to know what to expect. Especially when you’re spending your hard earned money. 

    Happy Hippo decided to start offering free Kratom samples to EVERYONE because we’re extremely passionate about Kratom and it’s benefits. Plus, we’re confident in the quality of our products. 

    As a small, family owned business, we feel very honored to have the ability to give free samples to our wonderful community. We appreciate each and every one of you. We really hope that Happy Hippo’s Kratom is as helpful for you as it is for us! 

    Is Kratom Legal?

    Now, if you’ve heard of Kratom, you’ve probably also heard that there’s a bit of controversy surrounding this botanical. Some states and local governments have banned the use, sale, or possession of Kratom. Please check out the Kratom Legality Map to see if Kratom is legal in your area.

    Kratom has been used in Southeast Asia for hundreds of years with great benefit. Regardless, there has been very little scientific study of the botanical in general. Until more research is done, there is simply not enough hard data. Local governments who have banned Kratom are just trying to be cautious to keep their residents safe. Still, it’s very unfortunate that some people don’t have access to Kratom.

    We hope that with more time and scientific study that we will have the answers that we need to educate our communities about Kratom. Until then, we just need to continue being strong advocates. We do our best to spread the word. 

    If you want to do your part to support the fight for Kratom legality, there are a few things you can do! 

     

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