Hawaiian kava root

Kava or kava kava (Piper methysticum: Latin 'pepper' and Latinized Greek 'intoxicating') is a crop of the Pacific Islands. The name kava(-kava) is from Tongan and Marquesan, meaning 'bitter'; other names for kava include ʻawa , ʻava , yaqona , sakau , seka , and malok or malogu (parts of Vanuatu). Description. From the Vendor: Introducing our single variety Hawaiian instant kava products! If you don’t have time to soak and strain your kava, this is for you! Our instant Kava is produced from some of the finest Organic Hawaiian Kava root in the world using our proprietary solventless process for maximum potency and instant bioavailability. The rarer strands of Hawaiian awa are reserved for chiefs and village leaders. Preparing Awa Root. There are specific ways to prepare awa to drink. Harvesting the root after a rain makes it easier to remove from the ground. There is a specific traditional preparation of kava. Most tea is made using the fresh root of the plant. Our Kava Kava Root allows the ancient wisdom of Hawaii to come forth help restore balance to your life. The strength of Hawaiian and Vanuatu Noble kava kava suits the needs of extended and pleasant ceremonies that encourage and support sociability and the telling of long stories.* ʻ Awa nō ka ʻoi ™ – the best ʻ awa – involves (1) excellent soil health via regular applications of OMRI-certified EM·1 ®, and EM Bokashi; and (2) extreme cleanliness and immediate processing to frozen fresh ground root and/or dried powder – AKA ʻ Awa maikaʻi ™. Hawaiian Kava Kava. Hawaiian kava kava species are gaining the reputation of being one of the strongest kavas available with twice and sometimes triple the amount of kavalactones compared to many of the varieties found elsewhere in the world. There are several theories as to this phenomenon, but none to be proven as of yet. Gourmet Hawaiian Kava specializes in selling Single strain Hawaiian (‘Awa) cultivars, some are rare like Papa ele ele puu puu and others common like Mahakea. We are a family run ‘Awa Farm on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kava is called “‘Awa” in Hawaii.

Hawaiian kava root
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