White Sand Kava

White Sand kava root powder is definitely a noble kava powder and these lab reports prove that.

White Sand kava lab reports are necessary to show that this kava is a noble variety.

Independent 3rd party lab testing is part of current good manufacturing practices compliance. We get our White Sand kava lab tested at Flora Research Laboratories and Kappa Labs. As part of our extensive testing program to ensure that our kava is contaminant free and either noble kava or tudei kava (depending on what you are looking for) we run microscopy, HTPLC and/or HPLC tests on each batch that is imported using the square root of n+1 sampling method. We make all of our lab tests available to the public.

 Kava Chemotypes

  1. Desmethoxyyangonin
  2. Dihydrokavain 
  3. Yangonin 
  4. Kavain 
  5. Dihydromethysticin 
  6. Methysticin

 A kava chemotype is typed based on the descending concentraion of these six kavalactones within it's roots.  This means that a cultivar such as a Vanuatu Melo Melo with a chemotype of 245631, contains primarily dihydrokavain, followed in descending order of concetration by kavain, dihydromethysticin, yangonin, methysticin, and desmethoxyyangonin.  To be classified as a noble kava, a strain must have a chemotype that begins with either 2-4 or 4-2, meaning its roots contain primarily either kavain or dihydrokavain.

White Sand Kava Chemotype- 245631

Our White Sand kava powder is 100% basal chips or stump. It is a blend of noble kava and its chemotype will change a little with each batch depending on which types of noble kavas were sourced. 

We lab test our kava when it is imported to adhere to FDA cGMP guidelines. White Sand kava powder is also tested under the acronym FEBC which stands for Forney Enterprise Basal Chips.

White Sand kava microbiological lab test results from 2022.