Kava is a beverage made from the roots of a tropical shrub that is cultivated throughout the Pacific Islands for its ability to promote positive wellbeing and pleasant relaxation without affecting mental clarity. It is consumed by many Pacific Island cultures including those in Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia and is known by many names including Kava Kava, Awa, Yaqona, Sakau among others.
Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, and other minor Pacific Islands.
Kava kava is neither intoxicating like alcohol nor stimulating like coffee. It has a 3,000 year history of use as a safe and effective way to promote a state of mental wellbeing that is accompanied by marked physical relaxation. Expect to feel relaxed, at peace, and ready to socialize.
We recommend that new people drink 3-4 shells worth, or 12-16 oz of Kava for their first experience. Kava has a reverse tolerance, meaning that the more frequently you consume it, the less that it takes to achieve the desired effects.
It may cause drowsiness and may therefore temporarily impair your ability to drive. We do not recommend anyone operate heavy machinery or drive a motor vehicle after drinking Kava.
Please familiarize yourself with our product by visiting our bookshelf to understand its risks and benefits and to make an informed decision if Kava Kava is right for you. If you have any medical condition or are taking ANY medication we recommend consulting your physician before drinking Kava. We do not recommend the use of Kava in individuals who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or have a history of abusing drugs or alcohol. We reserve the right to refuse service to individuals who we feel are intoxicated.