For thousands of years, South Pacific Islanders have drunk kava, a beverage made from the roots of the pepper plant, Piper Methysticum. Kava is known for its mellow and relaxing effects. Many people drink kava because it is a natural alternative to alcohol and anti-anxiety/anti-depressant medication.
Sail away with us to the magical and mysterious Islands of Vanuatu. The Melanesian people of this South Pacific nation have ancient roots that reach back thousands of years. It is their ancestors that discovered and domesticated what we now know as Kava. There are more varieties grown here than anywhere else in the world. Vanuatu is legendary for its highly potent kava.
Vanuatu law regulates that all kava sold for export must be at least 5 years old and be grown organic using no pesticides or chemicals. Only “Waka Grade” lateral roots (the most potent portion of the root mass) from 5-10 year old plants are used to make this high quality kava root powder. Sit back and “Listen to the kava” as they say in Vanuatu.