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Kava is rapidly gaining popularity in the United States. Upon drinking you will immediately notice an earthy taste and tingling of the lips and mouth, followed by a relaxing buzz within 20-30 minutes.
It is said that Kava has a reverse tolerance, so the next time you drink it you may feel the relaxing euphoric effects even more and lasting 2-3 hours.
As with any supplement, taking too much can increase the risks of negative side effects. Make sure to drink water to rehydrate between servings. It is recommended not to drink alcohol while drinking Kava as processing both simultaneously puts strain on the body.
what is kava?
Kava, known "nature's Xanax", comes from the piper methysticum plant (meaning enchanting pepper) is a Polynesian shrub from which the root is strained into a ritual tea used by native tribes for nearly 3000 years to achieve a “higher level of consciousness.” Used to promote psychological and physiological relaxation there are over 105 strains.
In the Pacific islands, like Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga and Hawaii, kava drinking is an integral part of religious and ceremonial occasions. On each island, there are distinct, deep-rooted, strong, cultural traditions associated with drinking kava.
Our tradition is to say “BULA!” when toasting and to bring people together like this ceremonial tea has done for generations.