Our 2 Kava Sample Pack gives you two varieties of kava root.
This Sample Pack gives you the chance to experience the effects of different kava root powder varieties while not spending a lot.
Choose this Pack if you like to experiment and want to try kavas from different Pacific Islands and growers. We list each of our growers bios in the product descriptions. It's our goal to promote these farmers and grow their brand as well as ours.
You choose which two kava's you would like to try. Choices below:
4 oz Koro Island Kava - Fiji: Very smooth and typically our most potent kava. Effects will vary by batch. See product listing for tasting notes
4 oz Taveuni Island Kava - Single Cultivar Loa Leka - Fiji: A very smooth and very potent kava. See product listing for tasting notes
4oz Kadavu Island Kava - Fiji: Smooth, potent and leans heavy. See product listing for tasting notes.
4oz Natewa Bay - Single Cultivar Dokobana: Well balanced, smooth and delicious. Great daytime kava.
4 oz Bir Kar Single Cultivar Vanuatu Kava: A very smooth and very potent balanced kava. See product listing for tasting notes
4oz Kelai Single Cultivar Vanuatu Kava: Smooth, potent and leans heady. See product listing for tasting notes.
4oz Solomon Island Temotu Purple: Euphoric heavy kava. Great for destressing and antianxiety. See product listing for tasting notes.
I’m a first timer, good stuff will definitely buy more. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I got the Kelai and the Purple to try for my anxiety. Kelai was my favorite.
Hey Mindy! Aah I'm so happy that you're loving the kelai ❤️
Mixed 6 batches so far. Traditional method & blender with whole milk. Started with 3 heaping teaspoons upping it to 10. Will up again and hope I get some relaxation!.
First, thank you very much for your orders!
I believe I see the issue with your kava sessions based on your review. Managing anxiety is for the birds and kava helps quite a bit so I hope this info is helpful.
From what you said you've been using 3 to 10 teaspoons. You should be using tablespoons. Each tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons. I use 4 tablespoons for my recipe, so that's about 12 teaspoons. 5 to 6 for beginners isn't out of the question either.
Kava has reverse tolerance. Meaning you'll not feel it as much in the beginning and need to use more root. When u get used to it u need less for the same effects.
My recipe is 32 grams of Kava to 20oz or 600ml water (or other liquid mix). Blend on medium high to high in intervals for 4 minutes. Strain well. Cool. It should be pretty warm when it's done. Then drink.
This is about 4 servings of a pretty strong brew. 32g is about 4 tablespoons. So if you use 5 to 6, u should be good.
There's a guy I talked to recently that's been using 50 to 72 grams. That would floor me now but it's about what I did (50) when I started.
I very much hope this works for you! You bought some of the strongest root out there (temotu purple and kelai) and the damu has a bit of a delayed effect.
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2 Kava Sample Pack
The flavor is a bit hard to get used to. Once I managed to get past reverse tolerance it was fun. But I used up a lot before I got there. Also instructions are to blend 4 TBS with 20 oz water but on the reverse of
The package it states a servings size as 3 TBS. did I do it wrong?
So glad you had fun with it! You didn't do it wrong. The serving size is a guideline. The directions are to make it a bit stronger than a serving. Then you can adjust up or down from there. It's your personal preference as to how much your normal serving is with each session.