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Noble Kava from the South Pacific

Herbs for Mild, Occasional Anxiety*


THE STORY BEHIND OUR KAVA


Nature has a way of helping us stay in the present moment. That’s why, for millennia, we’ve been turning to nature to help us find our calm. Kava is an herb well-known for promoting peaceful relaxation, reducing stress and frustration and offering support for mild, occasional anxiety.*

Herb Pharm’s Kava is prepared from the rhizome and root of noble varieties of Piper methysticum plants. Our Kava is Sustainably Grown and harvested from its native habitat in the South Pacific. Across that region, Kava has a rich history of use for relaxation.* It has also been used in traditional ceremonies for centuries and to welcome visiting dignitaries.

We never use the peel, stem or leaf in our Kava products, and we always use Piper methysticum plants that are between four and eight years old. Our Kava is extracted using only pharmaceutical-grade, Certified Organic alcohol (never industrial solvents).

We source only the highest-quality noble Kava from partners in the South Pacific, where it is Sustainably Grown and harvested.

Kava is deeply connected to cultures across the South Pacific, where it has been used for centuries.

We never use the peel, stem or leaf in our Kava products, and we always use Piper methysticum plants that are between four and eight years old.

A local grower peels and trims Kava so it can be made into traditional preparations. Only the rhizome and root of Piper methysticum plants are used.

The prepared Kava is added to water, then soaked and strained. This traditional beverage tastes spicy, bitter and a little soapy, and it slightly numbs the mouth.

Across the South Pacific, Kava has a rich history of use for relaxation.*

TASTING NOTES ON KAVA


Kava has a distinctive spicy, bitter and slightly soapy flavor, which is accompanied by a remarkable numbing sensation. Take Kava during a pause in a hectic day, on the couch at the end of a long week or in a hammock at the start of a lazy afternoon.*