Chlorophylls were not detected in the test samples, indicating the absence of aerial parts.
A kava chemotype is typed based on the descending concentraion of these six kavalactones within it's roots. This means that a cultivar such as a Vanuatu
Melo Melo with a chemotype of245361, contains primarily dihydrokavain, followed in descending order of concetration by kavain, dihydromethysticum,
yangonin, methysticin, and desmethoxyyangonin. To be classified as a noble kava, a strain must have a chemotype that begins with either 2-4 or 4-2,
meaning its roots contain primarily either kavain or dihydrokavain.
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