FAQs

*What is Kava?

Kava is an herbal remedy that's made from the roots of Piper methysticum -- a plant that grows in the Pacific islands. The people of islands like Fiji and Tonga have used it for thousands of years in social gatherings and traditional medicine. The roots are dried and crushed into a powder. The Kava powder is mixed with water, strained and consumed. (see "learn more" for more information.)

 

*How does Kava make you feel?

Kava is known for the calming effects it has on the mind and body. Kava has helped people for hundreds of years with anxiety, stress & sleep. Kava has helped as a mood enhancement with a slight natural and euphoric high.

 

*Is Kava safe to consume daily?

-The short answer is Yes. Kava has been consumed by Pacific Islanders on a day basis for decades. Everyday Kava is becoming apart of more peoples daily routine. Kava has become the most natural and healthy way to "ease and please" the mind and body.

 

*Is Kava for everyone?

-As great as Kava is, it may not be for everyone. There are several types of different Kava's available to us today. All with different effects on the mind and body. There are some people that react different to certain Kava's. To some people Kava is either too much or not enough. It's important to do your research and learn more about Kava before diving in. 

 

*Is Kava good for replacing alcohol or drug use?

-Yes. Kava has helped many with alcohol use and drug addiction. But diving into Kava looking for the same or similar affects as alcohol or drugs won't help the situation. We encourage people to approach Kava with an open mind. Kava is not an addictive substance.

 

*Is Kavaloloko Kava Noble?

-Yes. Our Kava is tested for nobility, quality & cleanliness before distribution.

 

*What happened to Kava Tonga OG?

-Our Kava Tonga OG came from a farm in Tonga that was destroyed from the volcano ash that erupted in December 2021. Hopefully we will get our KTOG back in stock in the near future.

 

*What is the difference between Kava Tonga OG & Tofua OG?

-They come from the same village but different farms. Our Tofua OG is not as potent as our KTOG was. Our KTOG had a taste that was much more smoother and more tolerable than our Tofua OG.