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What are the Effects of Kava?

Posted by Kava Sherpa on 3/27/2013
Many people wonder what exactly Kava drinks taste like and what effects they have on humans after consumption. Oftentimes, the most common description given is that of an earthy taste. Almost like dirty or gritty water that's been mixed around. Typically, most people claim that the taste isn't appetizing, but is bearable. Occasionally you may come across someone who claims to actually like the taste, but most people will follow the quick shot of Kava with some kind of candy or fruit with a strong taste.

The History Behind Kava Ceremonies

Posted by Kava Sherpa on 1/16/2013
Kava ceremonies traditionally took place in the South Pacific Islands and played the part of sealing deals or treaties within the inhabitants of those island areas.

Can the Kava Plant be Used for Anything?

Posted by Kava Sherpa on 10/6/2012
Before we begin, lets go over a quick history of the plant itself. The plant is actually in the pepper family and it's scientific name is, "Piper Methysticum". The plant itself is only known to grow naturally on the islands in the South Pacific. If you're looking to spot the plant, it's a small shrub typically with all green leaves. Traditionally, Kava is actually used for ceremonial drinks or medicinal remedies.

Recommended Kava Usage

Posted by Kava Sherpa on 5/7/2012
There hardly a day goes without someone asking me whether this is my first time drinking kava, the questioner proceeds and asks how much one needs to drink to feel it. I simply answer; each one of us has different metabolisms and sensitivity levels to substances.


 What are the Effects of Kava?
 The History Behind Kava Ceremonies
 Can the Kava Plant be Used for Anything?
 Recommended Kava Usage

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