FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Kava?
browse this site Kava is a remarkable root plant that is indigenous to the South Pacific Islands. The root of the kava plant is ground into a fine powder then mixed with water and properly strained. It is traditionally served in a coconut shell, but here at Syndicate we serve it in glass bowl with a piece of pineapple for chasing purposes.
http://modernistudios.com/language/index.html Kava is commonly used to treat anxiety, stress disorders, insomnia and other ailments. Kava can also be used to treat depression, as the kavalactones in kava increase dopamine, serotonin, & GABA receptors. Basically, Kava, gives off a calming and euphoric feeling that elevates the senses without intoxicating your mental clarity. Kava also loosens up your muscles, and clears your mind. It has a very earthy taste to it but goes away pretty quickly. Kava can only truly be understood when experienced first hand.
web We at Syndicate encourage people to drink Kava instead of alcohol due to the fact that its peaceful and sedative effects, are quite similar to alcohol, without all the bad parts. Kava does not alter or disrupt the mind in any way, so you could kiss that rowdy alcoholic emotion, goodbye!
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What are the uses of Kava?
Kava is often used as an herbal remedy to treat stress, anxiety, insomnia, and depression.
Kava provides a feelings of slight euphoria and positivity without any intoxication to the mind at all.
Are there any risks?
Kava is one of the most documented and researched herb in the world today. It is a healthy and safe alternative to alcohol. Kava provides the same effects as alcohol without altering your mind or elevating your emotions!
Some studies show that Kava in excess can be damaging to the liver. Yet, there have been studies on kava actually being non-toxic to the liver, and even potentially protecting the liver. One of the arguments is that, liver damage from kava is unpredictable, dose-independent, and not reproducible. Therefore individual metabolic differences are more likely!
Just remember, like with anything else, everything in moderation! Problems can always arise if used in excess. If you’re pregnant and/or taking certain medication, consult with your health provider first before consuming kava.
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