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Maya Distribution, LLC recalls Dragon Kratom powders

The products may be contaminated with salmonella

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Maya Distribution, LLC -- based in South Salt Lake City, Utah -- has issued a voluntary recall of its Dragon Kratom labeled bottles and sealed packages of encapsulated and raw powder product. The company says these kratom products may have been contaminated with salmonella.

Salmonella is an organism that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fever. However, symptoms such as arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation, and urinary tract infections can develop in more serious cases; the condition can even be fatal to young children, the elderly, or those with weakened immune systems. 

The company says the following products are subject to recall:

Dragon Ultra Enhanced Indo ExtractSealed pouch4 500 mg capsules66001000010
Dragon MalaysianSealed Bottle150 gram powder660010010057
Dragon MalaysianSealed Pouch20 500 mg capsules660010010033
Dragon MalaysianSealed Bottle200 500 mg capsules660010010040
Dragon MalaysianSealed Bottle80 500 mg capsules060010000019
Dragon MalaysianSealed Bottle40 500 mg capsules060010000018
Dragon MalaysianSealed Bottle40 500 mg capsules660010010026
Dragon MalaysianSealed Pouch20 500 mg capsules660010010033
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle150 gram powder550010010051
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle60 gram powder550010000021
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle200 500 mg capsules550010010044
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle80 500 mg capsules550010010013
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle40 500 mg capsules550010010020
Dragon Maeng DaSealed Bottle80 500 mg capsules440010010037
Dragon BaliSealed Bottle150 gram powder440010010055
Dragon BaliSealed Bottle60 gram powder440010000025
Dragon BaliSealed Bottle200 500 mg capsules440010010048
Dragon BaliSealed Bottle80 500 mg capsules440010010017
Dragon BaliSealed Bottle40 500 mg capsules440010010024
Dragon BaliSealed Pouch20 500 mg capsules440010010031

What to do

Maya initiated the recall after being notified by the FDA of a positive test for salmonella. It says that it has since located the source of the contaminated product and ceased its production and distribution.

The affected products were sold to retailers in Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Wyoming, Kansas, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, and Michigan. The FDA says that one illness related to the recall has been reported thus far, and it urges consumers not to consume affected products.

Consumers can return affected products to Maya Distribution or to the place of purchase for a full refund. 

For more information, you can contact Maya Distribution via email at or via phone at (801) 410-4309 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MST.

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