Kava is an entheogen derived from the roots of the Piper Methistycum plant, or Kava plant. It has been used for thousands of years across the Pacific Islands in places like Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga, Hawaii, etc. It grows best in these climates, and virtually all Kava on the market is from the Pacific Islands. Typically Kava is consumed as tea, prepared by extracting the Kavalactones from dried root. The flavor is not tasty, and the preparation can be a pain. However, there are several other ways of imbibing Kava, including tinctures, extracts, and Kava tablets. This article looks specifically at a few different options for Kava tablets, considers which ones are good and which ones aren’t — there’s a lot of junk in this category!).
Bula Kava House has long been one of the best Kava sources on the web, as well as for those who are lucky enough to live in the Portland, OR area. They have been selling a variety of Kavas through their website for a while, and I have frequently purchased their wares. They have just recently started selling their Nangol Kava on Amazon, and as their Kava is available through Amazon Prime, gone are any shipping issues that were sometimes present when ordering directly from BKH. This article is a Nangol Kava Review and looks at the quality, potency, and experience of this Kava.
Quick Summary: the Nangol is really quite nice, though unfortunately, it’s not the most cost-effective Kava out there!
Kava is a South Pacific beverage that is rapidly growing in popularity due to its pleasant, relaxing effects. It is now available locally in many stores. But with a few exceptions, most of the Kava available in local stores is of poor quality, with no sourcing information, few details on strains, chemotypes, etc. As online sales have become more and more popular, it’s quite easy to get high-quality Kava in a variety of forms online. And when we all think of online shopping, the first word that comes to mind is Amazon. Yes, there are several outstanding Kavas available on Amazon!
In this article, I will look at the Best Kava on Amazon, highlight some of the outstanding options easily available, and also point out a few of the reasons I would shy away from some of the more questionable Kavas on Amazon as well.
I have broken down the article to a quick TL;DR identification of the best Kavas on Amazon, depending on the format. From there, I discuss the various formats of Kava and the pros and cons of each. Then I look into each format and point to high-quality Kavas on Amazon. Lastly, I discuss a few tips for avoiding some of the lower quality Kavas out there.
Kava is a relaxing beverage and entheogen that originated in the South Pacific and has spread throughout the world. Kava is the root of a tree that grows across the South Pacific in places like Fiji, Vanuatu, Hawaii, and Samoa. If you want to buy kava, just hop on a plane to Vanuatu and go to the local Nakamal.
Wait, that costs thousands of dollars in airfare alone?! Fortunately, Kava is readily available online, and also locally. But where to buy Kava locally, and is that stuff any good? Where can I buy kava that’s decent?
In this article, I’ll look at several sources of Kava, both in local shops and online. I’ll also discuss the formats commonly available in different stores, and which ones types are worth getting.
Many people are switching away from alcohol as a mood-enhancing beverage, often due to the mega calories that are consumed if we’re talking about beer, wine, or many sweet or fruity cocktails. For those who don’t want to consume excess carbs, but still want a mind-expanding, mood-altering beverage, is there any option other than slamming whiskey or gin? Yes!
Kava is a fantastic alternative to these alcoholic drinks. Kava is quite a low carb and low-calorie drink, assuming it is consumed without adjuncts. However, when you start to mix in fruit juices and the like, things can change quickly! So how many calories in Kava? How many Carbs in Kava? let’s take a look!