Kratom’s back in the news and—big surprise—not in a positive light. While there’s no research to support what people claim it does, proponents of the plant say it can help with opioid addiction, relieve pain and increase energy. But this isn’t actually an article to debunk another junk medicine, because that’s not the reason the FDA’s mad about it (this time.) The agency has used their mandatory recall power for the first time to warn consumers about kratom products made by Triangle Pharmanaturals, which are apparently rife with salmonella. Multiple cases of infection have been traced back to consuming kratom in the past couple years, and apparently the FDA’s finally had enough. Figures that a company hawking a dubious product can’t even make it properly.