Botanical Bunny Review – The Roadrunner Kratom Company

In this article, I’ll introduce you to a company that’s located right at the center of America!

Botanical Bunny is a Texas-based kratom company that offers some really unique kratom strains (and some exciting soaps!).

If you’re fed up with slow delivery times, and can’t wait to try kratom, read on because Botanical Bunny might be your fastest route to kratom!

What products does Botanical Bunny offer?

The company offers products in three main categories — Soaps and Supplies, Herbs and Teas, and Essential Oils.

Within the Soaps and Supplies category, you can find 11 products. These are different soaps, and some have interesting names like Monkey Farts (I wonder how that would smell), Berry Sage, and Cucumber Melon.

If you like unique soaps, make sure you visit the company’s website.

In the Herbs and Teas category is where you’ll find kratom. There are 20 different products to choose from, and the company offers all major color strains, including green, white, red, and gold.

However, within each color strain, the product variety is extremely limited. The only “standard” kratom types available are Maeng Da and Kapuas.

But two kratom types are unique. At least, I’ve seen them for the first time. These are Elephant Jongkong and Green Dayak.

Dayak is a tribe based in West Borneo, Indonesia, and that’s where Dayak kratom comes from. So, Green Dayak is essentially an Indonesian strain, and you can expect it to provide Indo kratom effects.

Indonesian Kratom is popular for things like peace and tranquility, pain-relief, and feelings of well-being. It’s thought to be less stimulating or energizing than other kratom strains.

If you’re looking for these effects, make sure you consider green Dayak kratom!

While for some users, kratom variety at Botanical Bunny might be enough, most experienced users will find it too limited. Another bummer is the fact that only powdered “pure-strain” kratom is available. You won’t get capsules, kratom leaves, kratom blends, extracts, or variety packs.

Variety packs are a great way to try a company’s kratom before ordering it in large amounts. Or, beginners can use a variety of packs to find the right kratom strain for themselves. And capsules are an extremely efficient way of taking kratom. These two products are so compelling that I hope the company will introduce them soon.

Another product available in the Herbs and Teas category is Ginger Chews. It’s basically ginger candy. And if you like the idea of ginger-flavored candy (a lot of people do), go check them out!

Finally, the Essential Oils category is currently empty. But it will be stocked soon. So, if you plan on buying essential oils, make sure you keep checking the company’s website from time to time.

How safe are the vendor’s products?

Look, Botanical Bunny is a recent company, and it’s a small one. So, it’s not verified by the American Kratom Association’s Good Manufacturing Practices program. To get verified, you need time and money, and new companies are often unverified.

But what new companies can do is lab-test their products for mitragynine levels and any harmful contaminants. Unfortunately, Botanical Bunny doesn’t do that. So, we don’t know if its products are effective and safe to consume.

However, Botanical Bunny does let you know the exact batch from which you’ll get your kratom. They write the Lot and Batch credentials in front of every product. For example, if you buy Elephant Jongkong kratom right now, you’ll get it from Lot 12, Batch 2006.

This is a great initiative, and it will help track down the exact batch of kratom in case a customer complains about bad kratom.

Also, the vendor seems honest. It prominently mentions on its homepage that kratom has not been approved by the FDA and that any medical claims attached to kratom are not backed by research. It also makes it clear that it will not sell kratom to people aged under 18. It’s unclear how they’ll verify their customers’ age, but at least they care about it.

So, maybe you can trust the vendor to send you high-quality and safe products.

What do customers think about the company?

On Facebook, the company is rated 5 out of 5, but that’s based on only 16 opinions. The company is new, so it’s not very famous. But, it has eleven written reviews on Facebook, and most of them talk about how amazing the company’s shipping service is.

Surprisingly, the company has its own subreddit on Reddit, which seems quite active. Reddit reviews look great, and because it’s Reddit, these reviews are probably genuine.

Therefore, we can certainly expect great product quality from the company.

If you’re wondering why the company has only 16 ratings on Facebook, it’s probably because the company is still growing.

How are the vendor’s products priced?

Very cheap!

If you’re a kratom beginner, this is great news for you.

For example, 100 grams of Gold Maeng Da sells for $12.50 on Botanical Bunny. The same product sells for $29.95 on That’s more than double the price!

And is not an AKA GMP verified company, so it’s on the same level as Botanical Bunny.

However, as I’ve always said, pricing should always be compared, keeping in mind the quality of the product. But as we’ve seen, I think we can expect Botanical Bunny to deliver great quality.

Payment, Shipping, and Return Options at Botanical Bunny


There are four payment options available — Zelle, money order, Bitcoin, and credit card.

If you’re using a credit card, please note that the product can be shipped to your billing address only. Also, if you use a small bank, the transaction might not be allowed because the processing bank is located in London, UK.

You’ll have to call your bank and manually approve the transaction.

The only credit cards currently accepted are Visa and Mastercard.

And if you’re wondering what Zelle is, it’s a digital payments network.


The company ships via USPS, and you can choose between different shipping categories.

First Class Mail costs $4, Priority Mail costs $7, and Priority Mail Express costs $30. The higher you pay, the quicker your order will reach you.

Most orders are shipped within 48 hours except those placed on Friday. These orders can be shipped as late as on Monday.

Also, the company says it tries to ship orders placed before 8 am central time on the same day. However, this is not a policy, and the company cannot guarantee this. One great thing about the company is that it’s located centrally in Texas. So, you can expect your order to reach you in no time.

Within the USA, the company doesn’t ship to the following locations: Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin. Sarasota County, Union County, Denver, San Diego.

Outside the USA, the company doesn’t ship to Australia, Burma, Denmark, Finland, Israel, Lithuania, Malaysia, Myanmar, Poland, Romania, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam. (Yes, this means the company ships internationally, and that’s great news.)

Even if you’re outside these locations, it’s always a good idea to check your local kratom laws before ordering it online.

And, perhaps, the saddest news is, there’s no free shipping.


Right now, the company does not offer any returns or exchanges.

The company wants to keep its prices low, and it cannot resell products because of ethical issues.

But if you absolutely need to return your order, you can contact the company within 30 days of purchase, and they’ll see what they can do for you.

What are the company’s best-sellers?

Surprisingly, the company’s most popular product is not a kratom product. It’s Ginger Chews!

Ginger Chews are basically candy. They contain cane sugar, ginger, and tapioca starch. A lot of people seem to be crazy about the product, and some are “hooked” on it

If you’re curious about how ginger-flavored candy would taste, you can get Ginger Chews for $5 (small packet) or $10 (large packet).


Still confused? I got you!

Here’s a quick list of pros and cons about Botanical Bunny to help you with your buying decisions.


  • Products other than kratom available
  • Standard kratom strains available
  • Some “unique” kratom types available
  • Vendor seems honest
  • Good customer reviews
  • Very cheap kratom
  • Four payment options
  • Same-day shipping available (however, the company doesn’t promise this)
  • Central location (Texas) — fast shipping
  • International shipping
  • Different shipping categories offered


  • Very limited kratom variety
  • No capsules
  • No blends or extracts
  • Not AKA-GMP verified
  • No lab-testing of products
  • No free delivery
  • Doesn’t accept returns
  • No cash-on-delivery

Final Thoughts

I think Botanical Bunny is a promising company.

If you’re an experienced user, the kratom collection at the company might be too mundane for you. But, if you are a beginner, I urge you to try out the company. You might get great quality kratom at a very low price!

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Based in Florida, Kimberly Sharpe has been a full-time writer since 2006. She writes for numerous online sites and publications. Her clients include USA Today, Hydrolife, Maximum Yield, The Toddle, Grandfolks, Wag, MORR Gear, SF Gate, Better Homes and Gardens, Garden Guides, Medical Marijuana Inc., Matrix CBD, Sheba Medical Center, Vargas Face & Skin Center, The Midland Group, Laser Skin & Vein Clinic,,, Squamish Adventure, Lufthansa Airlines, Travelocity, Yahoo Wisdom, Whitefence, EzineArticles, Daily Puppy, OpEdNews, eHow Home and Garden, eBay Australia, Bird Talk Magazine, Dog Fancy Magazine, Yard Care Gurus, 223 Labs, HCG Spot,, Paramount Plants & Gardens, FetchMyVet, Health Hub, and Right Pet. Kimberly’s writing has a strong focus on home improvement, gardening, parenting, travel, the cannabis industry, pets, health issues, medical marijuana, naturopathic medicine, cosmetic procedures, healthcare, senior care, fitness, early childhood development, childcare, real estate, adventure sports, and business promo pieces. She has traveled extensively to such places as India, Europe, and Sri Lanka to widen and enhance her writing and knowledge base.


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