Kava Testing Policy

At Bula Kava House we strive to make the highest quality kava available to the kava community and consumers all over the world. We are also committed to testing the kava we receive from growers and suppliers in order to label every product we sell accurately.

We recognize the importance of kava safety and testing. All of our kava is independently tested for chemotype and overall kavalactone levels, yeast and mold, and microbiological contamination. All Bula Kava House products are tested and certified “noble” and contaminant free.

Bula Kava House is also proud to be a member in good standing of the American Kava Association. The AKA is the only national trade association that is focused primarily on kava. According to the AKA Mission:

“The 3,000-year-old traditional Polynesian medicinal root, Kava, has experienced a tremendous resurgence in the United States in the past 10 years. With this resurgence, the need for a regulating body has arisen to oversee the responsible distribution of Kava and ultimately ensure its long-term availability in the US market, free from the threat of bans or legislation which would devastate the Kava Market both domestically and abroad. All of AKA’s activities are focused on this mission.”

We use accredited, independent labs to test the kava root we receive from every grower/supplier using the most stringent kava testing methodologies currently available and label our products accordingly.

Please see below for our COAs, Certificate of Analyses, for current Bula Kava House products:



Nangol and Nangol Micro

Nambawan and Namba Micro

Melo and Melo Micro



Taveuni Waka

All Bula Kava House products are tested and certified “noble” and contaminant free.

*Policy last updated 01/24/2018. Subject to change without notice.