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          "Kaviar" 30% Kavalactones, are organic compounds extracted from a member of the pepper family that has been cultivated by South Pacific islanders for centuries, and used as a social and ceremonial drink. It's known as Kava Kava. It's often makes people chatty, and happy, hints its use in ceremony to enhance "spiritual vibrations". It helps you to relax without disrupting mental clarity. A Cochrane Collaboration systematic review of its evidence concluded that it was effective at treating short-term social anxiety.[1] It has great religious significance, being used to connect with the ancestors and the gods to obtain inspiration or esoteric knowledge, according to tradition.


We've been very fortunate in the United States that Kava and related extracts have remained legal for all of this time. Unfortunately, some of the most famous intoxicating "drug like" ethnobotanical extracts on the planet are now illegal, leading to dangers that would have otherwise not existed. For example the prohibition of Khat lead to bath salts, with the Coca leaf it was crack, and for Mary Jane it was "spice". Some examples of botanicals whos prohibition has lead to lethal legal alternatives include: Coca, Khat, Cannabis, Mushrooms, and others. If a law maker in your area wants to condemn it then please take legal and peaceful action to protect it! Reach out to us and we'll make a difference: webmaster@botanicalguides.com


The active constituents of Kava are a group of compounds known as kavalactones. Kavalactones are destroyed at 140 degrees F., which is much cooler than most teas. Pure Kavalactones are available for sale on the open legal market. Traditional preparation methods were done by squeezing the root into cold water. Please remember this when preparing your tea, or drink. Also keep in mind that the finer the Kava powder, the easier it is for the phytochemical constituents to extract into the water, or alcohol if a tincture is your choice.


Kava is by far one of my favorite intoxicating herbs. The drink causes muscles to relax, and enables a mellow euphoric sensation to permeate the body. Mentally, it's calming and assist in elevating Chi, thus altering mood in a positive way. It's an incredible tool to combine with meditation. While certain cultures swear by meditating sober, I have observed that it can make meditation a much easier and more fulfilling task. To sum it all up, this stuff is amazing and i'm glad that our government has not taken it away. It's no wonder the islanders of Vanuatu have fallen in love with this wonderful plant.


The bbb had a really awesome Kavalactone paste that was almost 100% pure! Their credit card processors cut them off for selling it. How ridiculous is that? This is called fascism, and the world could do better without it. Know that you can make your own extracts easy enough with some alcohol, cheese clothes, glass jars, and time. Remember to keep the ingredients in a cool environment and keep them away from light. Store in a cool, dark place. I'll explain more about how to do this below.


Pure Kava root tea is not a drink that requires getting used to. It has a numbing sensation on the mouth and throat. If you didn't choke your first time drinking beer, then you should have no problem keeping this stuff down. Speaking of alcohol, you can make a tincture, or extract of Kava using high proof liquor like Everclear. Soak the ground root in the spirits for at least a month, shaking it up once a week or so. Allow the Everclear or whatever you choose to use to evaporate, and you'll be left with a solid extract. It will be loaded full of Kavalactones! If you leave it slightly moistened, you'll have yourself a paste that can be used topically, or any other way.


It also has a ton of medicinal properties. Some would claim this is lore, myth, rumor, or whatever, but the truth is there is a ton of science behind it. The book: "Kava, The Pacific Elixir" has a ton of academic citations in the back. For this paragraph i'll be citing some academic journals myself, which are cited below in the citation section. Because of this, no one can lie and claim this disinformation or "fake news". Studies also suggest that Kava may have neuro-protective properties much like Cannabis! Every phytochemical constituent has demonstrated multiple pharmacological properties. It seems to be a breakthrough in medicine if you ask me. I think the United States can learn a thing or two from Germany, as their medical system also uses herbal remedies! You can literally get handed a cup of herbal tea over there to ease your medical issues. These are medical professionals too. It just goes to show how backwards things are getting to be in America. We need to take our freedom and country back, legally and peacefully.


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