Etha™ Natural Botanical tablets are the easiest and most convenient way to keep, measure, and use botanicals. Etha™ tablets are precisely pressed into small, easy-to-use tablets from whole leaves. They are easy to measure with 8 tablets equaling approximately 2.5 grams. Etha™ does NOT use any binders, lubricants, or additives when pressing tablets. We want you to have only whole-leaf botanicals and nothing else.
Immediate and Extended Benefits
Etha's pressed tablets form provide immediate benefits while also creating a time release effect. Unlike capsules, there are no barriers with tablets. The kratom tablet begins to immediately break down. Unlike powders and capsules, the content does not flood a system. Instead, the tablets breaks apart over time. This is especially beneficial for kratom because the alkaloids have a half life of about 2-6 hrs. The pressed tablet form extends that time. Etha kratom tablets are the best of both worlds with immediate and extended benefits.
The Science of Tablet Pressing
Etha™ is able to make pure botanical tablets through rigorous engineering of the granulation and press process. Precise flow, compression, and ratio of botanicals per tablet is required to create 100% pure botanicals tablets that are consistent in weight, uniform durability and appearance.
- Flow property - the rate in which botanicals powder travels through the press. Etha™ uses certain ground sizes and hoppers to maintain optimal flow. Size does matter.
- Compression - the amount of force used to press tablets. Our press machines apply a minimal of 5-tons of pressure per tablet to get the desired force.
- Tablet weight and size - the size of the tablet mold/die and the depth of the press which adjusts the amount of botanicals per tablet is important. At Etha™, the depth is adjusted for each and every harvest and strain.
We hope you enjoy all the challenging work we put into making your 100% pure, whole-leaf botanical tablets.
Below is a DIY (Do It Yourself) guide to tablet pressing kratom by one of our co-founders, Alexander Karp. Enjoy!