Have You Seen Kava Guru?

Have you seen the Kava.Guru website yet?  We didn’t even know that there was a “guru” extension for websites!  It actually looks like a lot of fun.  It run by a long-time Kava Lover who’s been in the Kava business for the past 18 years in one...

Kava Tea

If you are feeling levels of stress, pain, or anxiety after a long day, Yogi Kava Tea could be a great option; Kava Tea may help support the mind and body after a hectic day. Kava is a plant from the pepper family and has been used by the people of the South Pacific...

Is Kava Safe?

As we strive to be the best internet resource we can regarding all things kava, we get the question “Is kava safe?” all the time. There’s a general bias in Western civilization to regard the exotic or unfamiliar as dangerous, even when—as with kava—there are abundant...

Soy Lethicin

On the list of kava accessories we offer on Kava Dot Com, you may have noticed a humble product called soy lethicin being sold alongside the muslin bags and coconut bowls. Soy lethicin appears on the ingredients list of foods from tea to yogurt, and even in asthma...

Kava Drink

Any experienced kava connoisseur knows that the term kava drink can refer to a number of different things. The first, of course, is the traditional kava drink that’s been brewed up in the South Pacific for millennia and consumed at social and ceremonial occasions....

Kava Kava Supplement

More and more people in the West today have experienced the benefits of kava kava, either as a supplement or in its traditional form as a relaxing*, communal brew. A kava kava supplement can offer many benefits for slowing down in our fast-paced world, but discovering...