Botanical Tablets, The Easy Choice

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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. 
  3. 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!

The Process To Making Botanical Tablets Explained






“One of our core values is open and objective communication. That is why ETHA publishes lab test results on every package we sell. We also share research that comes out of ETHA Labs and our greenhouses. By supporting scientific progress, we hope people have the information to better manage their health and wellness.”

Co-Founder, Alexander Karp



The ETHA team has over 40+ years of R&D experience with Fortune 50 companies. Likewise, we have been extensively researching and testing botanicals such as kratom and continue to improve and build on our strategies, processes and techniques. Our R&D team never stops pushing itself and will continue to lead the industry in open and objective communication.  As a result, we only provide you with 100% validated products. We guarantee kratom purity, origin, process and production of the highest standards. Our team works harder and smarter so you can have the peace of mind you need to LIVE FULLY!


At ETHA Labs, we use well-established laboratory procedures to test our botanicals in-house. We also partner with universities like Oregon State University and 3rd-party, independent laboratories to provide confidence and transparency in our botanical analysis. Our labs specialize in botanical analysis and help us to identify kratom alkaloids, adulterants, and heavy metals to ensure your ETHA products are safe and effective.

While companies claim lab testing, no one does it like ETHA. We go the extra mile by testing in-house, through universities, and independent labs. This is how we gain a 360-degree view of our plants and products.



We understand the importance of horticulture as it sheds light on a plant's medicinal potential. That's why we grow our own botanicals like Kratom. Plant morphology can vary tremendously. It is based on environmental factors such as: soil conditions, amount of sunlight, frequency of available water, natural fertilization, pollution levels, and even what is living within the plant.  Any human contact and interaction with the plant will also impact the plant.

Additional factors, such as how it is harvested, processed, where it is stored, and how long it sits on shelves are also important to consider. These factors can impact how the plant develops, matures, and reproduces. Understanding what happens at the molecular level to the bio-active alkaloids is also important. 

These differences can be very subtle and even invisible to the eye. Nevertheless, these factors can be extremely important to the effectiveness and safety of your botanical products.