Gold Label Kratom Extract Review [Product Warning]

August 16, 2020 Articles, Kratom Blends, Kratom Capsules, Kratom Extracts, Kratom Products, Kratom Research, Kratom Reviews, Kratom Shots, Kratom Strains, Kratom Vendors

Gold Label Botanical Extract is the latest product to hit the headshop circuit, but this brand raises some red flags for keen users. As anyone in the online kratom forum communities can tell you, vendors must demonstrate their legitimacy by meeting certain expectations.

In the case of Gold Label Kratom, there are many boxes that go completely unchecked. This smoke shop kratom product doesn’t merely lack consumer reputation, it also lacks a proper online store.

The following review will shed some light on where this stuff comes from. I think you’ll agree that Gold Label leaves something to be desired.


Gold Label Botanical Kratom Extract is the product of Pure Extract Lab, a company of dubious origins who sells their kratom extracts and liquid kratom shots on Jack B Goods. Not only does Pure Extract Lab lack an official website, but there is no online record of their company being registered with the Small Business Administration.

More alarmingly, Gold Label Botanical is not a registered trademark, nor is it a name recognized by Consumer Reports. There are many ways for a product to be registered in the U.S., but it does not appear as though Gold Label Kratom Extract ever was.

It isn’t entirely unheard of for a kratom vendor to eschew the traditional approach of operating an e-commerce site. After all, many of the top-rated kratom suppliers have opted for B2B, offering wholesale kratom exclusively to third party retailers.

Some of the biggest names in the industry do business strictly with small business owners rather than selling directly to consumers. Alternately, we have seen a handful of reputable vendors marketing their products solely via social media platforms.

There is more than one way to skin a cat, so to speak. However, it is more than a little unnerving to find a company specializing in extracts who does not share any detailed information about their methods of extraction.

What’s more, they claim to be GMP compliant, but no info about their business model or quality control standards is provided. No third party lab tests are disclosed and no tour of their facilities is offered.


Gold Label Kratom Extract Caps are the premier item produced by Pure Extract Lab. It is made available in 10 count pouches containing 10 grams of kratom capsules. A 10 count goes for a conspicuously low price of $8.99.

This vendor’s packaging really skimps on the details. According to the bag, Gold Label Kratom contains “premium quality dry leaf,” but no further information is provided. No vein color is listed and no strain origin is disclosed. All we know (or think we know) is that a pouch contains approximately 1,000 milligrams of Maeng Da kratom powder.

These Gold Label Kratom Extract Caps are also offered in a 120 count bottle which sells for $53.29. This is where things get even weirder. A kratom kilo is composed of 1,000 grams of kratom powder for an average price point of $130, but a 120 count bottle of Gold Label Extract Caps would consist of 1,200 grams for nearly half that price. This raises questions considering the price of legit kratom extracts.

Extract powder and tinctures tend to cost more money than plain leaf due to the cost and labor involved in the extraction process. For a supplier to sell extract at such a bargain basement price suggests that something is amiss.


As I mentioned earlier, a 10 count goes for just $8.99 while a 120 count will run you $53.29. But this is just the tip of the iceberg as bulk kratom powder and kratom capsules are made available at an even lower cost.

Those who purchase two or more receive their order for $50.49 while those who buy six or more get ’em for $45.49. For the truly gluttonous kratomite, they offer 12 or more bottles for $43.79. That’s well below the industry standard.


This is the biggest warning sign of all! After searching Reddit, I Love Kratom and other popular social media platforms for user reviews or community recommendations, I couldn’t find a single mention of this vendor or their product.

If you visit Jack B Goods, you’ll see that these Extract Caps have received a handful of ratings and reviews, but anyone who’s spent any time at online stores should be able to recognize these reviews for what they are.

It is not uncommon for substandard brands to post supposed “testimonials” to their sites, but they are usually easy to spot. “Gold Label Kratom is as good as their name and packaging” doesn’t exactly sound like something a real customer would say.

In another words, don’t put too much stock into the monosyllabic “reviews” of total strangers. Consider doing some homework before taking a chance on something of this nature.


Don’t get lured in by the monetary savings, this is not some amazing deal. As the expression goes, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Gold Label may or may not be made from Gold Maeng Da, but its lack of origins makes it a potential risk.

Discerning users should hold onto their loot until they find a legit source for gold and yellow vein kratom powder. As any seasoned kratom enthusiast can tell you, it’s worth practicing some patience. If you do your research and shop around, you’ll eventually find a Gold Bali that will outperform any mass market plain leaf.


If you’re one of those cats who doesn’t mind dealing with shady smoke shop brands, you might be tempted to sample some Gold Label for yourself. But think long and hard before gambling with your money and your health. Be safe, be smart and be well.

Bob Freville
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