This Powdered Kava Root Plus Noble Variety Powdered Kava Root has matured for over four years, and has a desirable kavalactone/chemotype line up of 2-4-3 for the least bitter taste and the most pleasurable effects.* This Kava is stronger than the regular Kona Kava Powdered Root, with a Kavalactone percentage close to 12%. The regular Kona Kava Powdered Root has about 9% total Kavalactone content. This is the Gold Standard when it comes to Noble Kava Root Powder for the strongest and most authentic Kava experience possible. Don’t forget to order a muslin bag with your powder, to make it a snap to make your own Kava drink.
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Kona Kava Farm says that they have more returning customers from their 15 years in the online Kava business than anyone else they know. They feel it’s a testament to the purity and strength of their ‘Awa (Kava). Their Noble varieties of Powdered Kava Kava root is the pride of the family farms they source it from, and we honor their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee to any customer who doesn’t think this kava is the best they’ve ever tried. Next to their Mahakea variety of Hawaiian Kava Root, this is the best root we’ve ever tried. We’re proud of our Noble Variety of Vanuatu Kava Root here at Kava.com, but this product definitely gives us a run for our money!
Choose an 8 or 16 ounce package.
Directions: 1-2 tablespoons up to 3 times per day. Do not exceed 2 tablespoons per serving. Daily dosage not to exceed 6 tablespoons. Maximum period of daily use: 3 months. Use may resume for 3 months after a 2-week break.
Caution: If using prescription medications, seek the advice of a health care professional before using this product. Not to be taken during pregnancy or if breastfeeding. Not for use by persons under the age of 18 years or with alcoholic beverages. Keep out of reach of children. Used in excess or with substances that induce drowsiness, the ability to operate heavy equipment or a vehicle may be impaired. US FDA advises that although it appears to be rare, a potential risk of liver injury may be associated with kava-containing dietary supplements.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease.