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Why Are The Best Quality King’s Kava Cups So Popular?

Kava is a ceremonial drink of the people of south pacific islands like Fiji, Tonga, and Hawaii, known for its social and medicinal properties. For ages, the Pacific island tribes grind the dried roots of the plant Piper methysticum to a powder, called Kava. Product description King’s Kava gives a feeling of Kava drinking in the Fiji or Vanuatu islands by providing 100% organic and traditional Kava cups. These cups make the drinking 100% enjoyable and memorable. Made out of coconut shells these cups hold 12 ounces of liquid and…

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Maximize Benefits With The Best Quality Kings Kava In The USA

Kava is a ceremonial drink of the people of south pacific islands like Fiji, Tonga, Hawaii. This is a popular beverage known for its social and medicinal properties. For ages, the Pacific island tribes grind the dried roots of the plant Piper methysticum to a powder called Kava. In these islands, this drink has been consumed in weddings, ceremonies, and get-togethers. In the last decade or so, this drink has gained much popularity in other nations, including Europe and the USA. About King’s Kava King’s Kava is the best Kava…

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Benefits Of Kava And The Best Source Of Buying Kava In USA

Kava is basically a libation or a distil which is concocted from methysticum plant. This word kava has been derived from Polynesian word “awa” that concludes bitter. Kava is considered to give mild hallucinations and is potent to make an individual high. One needs to be super concerned about the dosage of consumption of kava or ava pepper because more than required can harm in so many ways. www.kingskava.com has been providing people the best Fiji kava in New Zealand and online in USA and many other countries since 2008.…

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Buy Kava In The USA

Kava is a lawfully legal in the United States for personal use as a relaxation supplement. In fact, kava is legal in most countries, and is often regulated as a food or dietary herb. While researching about the properties in kava (waka) can ease anxiety, relieve stress, and relax muscle and nervous tension, also it improve sleep problems. It is scientifically approved that people who consume kava as a natural alternative to anti-anxiety medication which help to reduce symptoms in people to get diagnosed with general anxiety disorder. Kings Kava supply Fijian kava in the USA…

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Kava Is An Integral Part Of Life In Fiji

The place of kava or ‘Yaqona’ in the cultural life of Fijians is so central that it is referred to as ‘wai ni vanua’ (drink for the people). It has also been adopted by the European, Fijians of Indian descent and other communities that have made Fiji their home. It has become the national drink of Fiji and is part of our identity as Fijians. Although kava has been grown in Fiji for centuries, it has only been in the recent past that production statistics have been recorded based on…

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KAVA (Piper Methysticum)

Yaqona is a Fijian term commonly used to refer to the drink made from roots of the Piper methysticum plant. The word is also used in reference to the plant itself and its derivatives. Among the dialects spoken in Fiji, the names used in reference to yaqona can vary but in published international literature, yaqona is generally referred to as kava. The significance of kava is deeply rooted and embedded in the Fijian way of life. For centuries, it was exclusively used during traditional cultural ceremonies. While it remains an…

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Benefits of Kava 

Effects Of Kava Drinking

Kava initially produces a slight numbing of the tongue and sometimes the inner lining of the tongue although persistent users of the drink notice these effects to only a slight extent. The active ingredients, a series of crystalline alpha-purones, also allay anxiety and reduce fatigue, although quite different physiological effects, some bordering on intoxication, have been noted in various part of Oceania. In Western Polynesia some observers (as quoted by Holmes, 1979) describe the effects as follows: “the head is affected pleasantly”, “you feel friendly, not beer sentimental,” “you cannot…

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Beverage kava and Its History 

The Beverage Kava And Its History

Yaqona is the non-alcoholic beverage prepared by mixing with water the pulverized root of the plant botanically known as Piper methysticum. This beverage has a long history of use as a refreshing beverage and as a ceremonial drink. Although the origins of the beverage use of yaqona are not precisely known: Historians place its use in the Tonga Islands in the South pacific as far back as 1140 B.C. Captain James Cook wrote the first report of its use as a beverage by a western explorer in 1768. In the…

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Types Of Kava Products 

Types Of Kava Products

Internationally, the common name for the plant species Piper methysticum is kava while the Fijian name is kava. Kava products covered by this Standard include the following: 1. Fresh Kava Fresh kava or green kava is kava that has just been harvested and has been thoroughly cleaned with water and is devoid of visible soil and dirt. 2. Dried Kava Dried kava is kava that has been dried and has a certain level of residual moisture content. Dried kava will include plant parts as described in 2.1, which may also…

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Fijians In New Zealand

Fijian people were the fifth largest Pacific ethnic group living in New Zealand in 2001, comprising 7,000 or 3 percent of New Zealand’s Pacific population (231,800). Fijian – Population In NZ The information mentioned on this blog is based on the census usually resident population count. The Fijian population includes those people who stated Fijian as their sole ethnicity or as one of several ethnic groups, including Indian and Fijian-Indian. The Pacific population refers to all those who stated a Pacific ethnicity. Fijians were the fifth largest Pacific ethnic group living in New Zealand in…

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