That's all fine and great, Deleted User. It still doesn't say that Tudei is harmful. It still doesn't apply to countries outside of Vanuatu, such as Fiji, Tonga, or these United States of America. It still doesn't say the acetonic test is the best way to determine nobility. Back in 2009, when I started studying Kava from an anthropological perspective, I talked to a lot of folks in Vanuatu who said the proposed ban on exporting Tudei or Medicinal Kava originally had to with the fact that they were considered sacred and/or for use only in ritual purposes. Kaiden Fox (Prince Phillip) and I did a lot of inquiring into this, reading the different local newspapers, official documents, and publications of other Kava groups in Vanuatu. They also said that the government was hesitant to export stronger Tudei Kavas because of the European ban on extracts. There seemed to be some misunderstanding about the perception of Tudei Kavas in foreign markets as too strong and how that might lead to further legislation against Kava generally - not because of fear about the safety of Kava. You've copied and pasted a document that simply says Tudei shouldn't be exported from Vanuatu. It doesn't say why, describe a context, or ask people in the United States to conduct unreliable tests to snitch on vendors.