Kava Tea has been a nice little addition to my personal pharmacy. I am always on the lookout for high-quality plant products that provide an increase in mood, performance, and wellbeing. I believe that nature has many goodies to enjoy as long as one stays disciplined and vigilant as to not abuse them.
What is Kava?
Kava is also known as ‘awa and Piper Methysticum. It comes from the roots and stems of a small shrub, and it’s considered non-alcoholic but psychoactive. It’s use originated in Fiji, Tonga, and Hawaii.
Does Kava get you high?
The tea itself only contains a very light dose of Kava.
I have had harder doses in places such as Kavasutra (a Kava bar in Manhattan, New York). There I would actually feel a more pronounced stress-reducing effect. My mouth would also feel a bit numb.
However, the tea only impacts you on a very subtle level similar to the feeling you get after taking a relaxing hot shower. It won’t make you impaired or cloud your judgment in any way.
Benefits of Kava tea
I personally believe kava tea is good for all times of the day if you’re feeling a bit edgy.
Also, it’s great before bed to facilitate falling asleep quicker and deeper.
The good thing about Kava tea is that it’s an impeccable alternative for other methods of relaxation. If you read my articles, you’ll know I speak a lot about how most people are addicted to instant gratification through porn, junk food, drugs, etc. When most people face pain, they usually resort to those low-performance behaviors in order to numb themselves.
Kava tea is perfectly safe, natural, and gives a high-performance man a way to chill out without harming himself or numbing himself.
Do yourself a favor and add this to your chill-out repertoire. No need to binge-drink while watching Netflix, brew yourself some nice Kava-tea over a good book.
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