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Chai Spice

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A Caffeine Free version of chai tea. It's all the spices in large form without the addition of black tea. 

Infuse this into milk. nut milks and water to make your kava more flavorful and add the digestive benefits of whole spices.

Blend into a powder with a clean coffee grinder to instantly spice your kava or steep whole.

Ingredients: Ginger root, cinnamon, cardamom

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Kelai kava

Very potent kava, tried another kava from amother vendor that dont works for me. This one works at the first time, very heady nice Quality.

Thank you Mark! So glad you're loving our kelai kava!

Kelai Kava

Very happy with the quality and consistency of your Kelai Kava. Will be ordering more in the near future. Still learning about the difference of Kava from Island locations. Very interesting.
Would love to get some promo coupons.
Thanks, Jim Dolan

Thank you for the kind words James! So hkad you're loving the kava. The subscription service is the best discount available. Knocks down the price quite a bit. It's a service our customers provide us. It gives us a heads up on how much extra kava to buy and makes forecasting demand too easy. In exchange we give our customers a 15% discount. With the 1kg pricing, that makes our pricing one of the most reasonable out there while maintaining super high quality, testing etc.

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2 Kava Sample Pack
Chris Miller
Don't feel a thing!

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!.

Hey Chris,

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.

Bula!

Zac H.
Art of Kava

Excellent every time

This is my favorite.. great euphoria.. I've ordered a pound twice

Temo Purple

An amazing Kava.
I've never had kava distribute so many different effects in one setting.. first it seem to come on pretty heavy and then a little sedation. Followed by great euphoria and some energy.. what an amazing Kava.. only second in my book to the Vanuatu Kelai.

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