Kava is a plant produced in the islands of the Western Pacific, of the same family as pepper (Piper Methysticum).
The plant’s roots and rhizomes are used for medicinal purposes, although it is also used in ceremonies and religious rituals on these islands.
Currently, it’s consumed (in several parts of the world) as an alcohol substitute, due to its properties forrelaxing and joy-generating to socialize.
One of the good news about Kava is that it has no risk of addiction.
The Kava acts in the limbic system, which is the part of the brain associated with the emotions and motivation.
The traditional preparation of the Kava has been to grind the Kava root and mix it with water or coconut water, to lighten its bitter taste.
However, it’s been proven that its consumption through capsules eliminates this unpleasant sensation. This is why many prefer to ingest it in capsules. Besides, this way you can control the daily dose.
In CTH Healthy Life we offer you one jar of 60 capsules that can last two months if you take one daily.
Each capsule contains 30% Kavalactones (c02 Kava Extract).
Kava has several therapeutic effects due to its high kavalactones content.
Kavalactones are compounds that act in the limbic system, the part of the brain associated with the emotions and motivation.
- Calm the anxiety. Emotional relaxing.
- Relieve stress; relax the body after a long day.
- Treatment for depression.
- Natural analgesic to relieve and control chronic pain.
- Heal migraines.
- Relieve muscle pain.
- Induce a feeling of euphoria and happiness.
- Prevent cancer.
- Heal wounds or lacerations of the skin in diseases such as leprosy.
It is not recommended to consume Kava if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Likewise, it’s recommended to ask your family doctor about your liver condition because Kava may have an effect on liver functionif used indiscriminately.