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TOPIC: the process of choosing good leaves before picking and removing dirt on kratom l

the process of choosing good leaves before picking and removing dirt on kratom l 10 months 1 week ago #30844

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an education to kratom users, you have to know where the kratom you are producing comes from and who produces it, kratom leaves as consumption should be chosen how the production process, cleaning process, drying up to grinding, from the picking process must go through detailed selection, Bad leaves cannot be used because there is a lot of soil sticking and caterpillar dirt, because the leaf selection process is very important before being processed into dry leaves, this video is an example of how the process that I think is enough to remove dirt on the leaves and the cleaning process to get clean kratom powder, please give a discussion if you have a method that is better than us because it is needed by us as farmers
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the process of choosing good leaves before picking and removing dirt on kratom l 10 months 1 week ago #30860

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Do y’all have rat lung worm disease there? It is fairly uncommon here, but it’s from snails having touched/slimed across leaves that eventually get washed and consumed.
Thank you for sharing all of this. There have been concerns here about gluten also. Do farmers and packers guarantee no gluten-touched utensils or tools have never been touched by gluten? Some vendors claim “organic” and some don’t. Would you agree that ALL kratom is organic? Or are plantations not organic versus wild forest trees likely ARE organic? Thanks for any clarity on these issues.
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