At Kratom Country, we take product purity very seriously and go to great lengths to protect our customers. Learn about the five-step process that we use to ensure that our lab-tested kratom is pure.
1. Confirm Identity
The first step is to confirm the species, strain, and origin of our kratom. This means that when you order our Vietnam lab-tested kratom, for example, that’s the exact strain you’ll receive.
2. Test for Alkaloids
The alkaloids are the lifeblood of kratom but are safest within their natural limits. This test identifies the alkaloids that are present and ensures they haven’t been altered or enhanced.
3. Test for Adulterants
The surge in demand for lab-tested kratom comes on the heels of toxicity scares that are almost always a result of adulterated kratom. This test identifies any foreign adulterants so that you can rest assured that your product is pure.
4. Test for Heavy Metals
Heavy metals like lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury can be drawn up into the leaves of Mitragyna Speciosa from the soil. The heavy metal test identifies any substances present and indicates whether the levels are safe.
5. Test for Biological Safety
Besides adulteration, other past kratom scares have involved contamination with Salmonella. Before approving our kratom for sale, each batch is tested for the presence of Salmonella, as well as the aerobic plate count, yeast, mold, coliforms, E Coli, and Staphylococcus.
What You Get with Your Lab-Tested Kratom
When you receive your bag of premium kratom, you will see a sticker on the back with a Batch ID that identifies the batch series, strain, and date. This batch ID makes it possible for us to ensure the raw materials and blended batches meet our standards of quality and cleanliness.
Please note that the US FDA has not approved kratom to be sold for human consumption, sold for external use only. The statements in this article have not been evaluated by the FDA. None of the products sold on our website is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.