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Sourcing Kratom Responsibly: Why It’s Important

Jemi Fischbach

Whether you are buying groceries, new clothes, or vitamins, you should always be looking into where the product originates. With more large companies outsourcing manufacturing and production phases, small communities worldwide are doing most of the work but not receiving the proper compensation. When sourcing a product like Kratom, you must ensure that your purchasing company is dedicated to its farmers worldwide. With so many vendors and growing interest in Kratom, it can be challenging to discern the reputable dealers from those looking for fast cash.

Identifying The Source

To better navigate the often confusing purchasing waters, you should understand where Kratom comes from. Kratom is a byproduct of the harvesting of the mitragyna speciosa tree leaves. These trees are found in humid and hot jungles around the world but primarily in Southeast Asia. The leaves contain active compounds that can be harnessed for therapeutic potential. For generations, families of farmers in the areas where it is grown have been incorporating Kratom into their daily lives, and these farmers are the experts in Kratom production. It is in these small communities where Kratom is sourced for wide-scale distribution around the globe.

When you purchase Kratom at an authorized retailer, you most likely see it in the forms of capsules, extracts, and powders. These are available because time has gone into setting up carefully planned Kratom processing centers. Everything from the soil to the time of harvest is calculated and determined to ensure that the shelf’s products are high-quality and contaminant free. These plants generate an environment that mimics that found in Southeast Asia’s native home and maintains this environment through the Kratom production-cycle.

When you are purchasing Kratom, you must ensure that your vendor provides you with the freshest product possible, which means they will have a close relationship with the farmers and manufacturers.

Promoting Responsible & Sustainable Practices

There is a pattern that can be seen across the ethnobotanical industry. Large Western companies take notice of the potential of various herbaceous botanicals across the world, which creates a skyrocket in the product’s price. These large companies easily profit off these plants because they pay low prices for the product from farmers and then sell it at hugely inflated prices in the Americas.

This intense jump in demand puts immense stress on the communities where the botanicals are farmed as they must work harder and quicker to keep up with the growth-hungry profiteers. Often this leaves the land that was once rich and nutrient-dense, barren, and used. The decrease in the soil’s nutritional density results in poverty and hunger as the livelihood of these communities has been sucked dry.

When you are looking for a new Kratom vendor, the company you choose dramatically contributes to the greater Kratom production-cycle. If you decide to buy from an irresponsible company, you are not supporting the communities or farmers. A responsible Kratom vendor ensures its operations are conducted to sustain the life and prosperity of its native land.

Pure Processing

The harvesting and growth of the plant is not the only step of production that must be paid attention to. After harvest, the leaves are further refined into the powder. Throughout the processing, purity must be upheld as a priority. The processing plants must not be overexerting or draining electrical and energy-based resources. Their footprint must remain environmentally and economically stable.

Many Kratom processing plants require chemicals to withdraw the plant’s active properties so that the final product can be potent. A responsible Kratom vendor will ensure that these chemicals are discarded in a way that does not cause environmental damage. You don’t want to be purchasing from a manufacturer that dumps their chemicals irresponsibly as it poisons both the people and the future crops.

At a reputable company, the best processing tactics are utilized to ensure that all the product for sale is lab-tested and potent, while also benefiting the communities where it originates. The work done by these companies ensures not only their safety but your own.

Make Responsibility Your Priority

While it is challenging to find a Kratom dealer practicing responsibly and sustainably across the production life-cycle, you can guarantee your money will be put to fair use if you work with a reputable dealer. For Kratom’s reputation to improve, there must be companies dedicated to a sustainable path forward. There are several companies that are blazing these paths by ensuring that their farmers receive substantial and fair compensation.

There is no better source for all your Kratom needs, from capsules and extract to a wide variety of strains. Make sure that when purchasing, you are ensuring safe practices and using for research purposes. If you are concerned or are interested in learning more about the manufacturing process, find a reputable dealer.

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