We want you to enjoy your Kava experience so here are a few Do's and Do Not's when it comes to Kava consumption...
Only drink Noble Kava that you buy from a certified supplier who guarantees that their Kava is 100% Noble Kava. If there is any doubt that their product contains Tudei kava varieties, find another supplier. Read more about Noble vs Tudei kava.
Drink kava on an empty stomach. Kava is most effective on an empty or nearly empty stomach. A full stomach may prevent you from feeling the full effects of Kava. It is recommended to drink kava 3-4 hours after eating. In a small number of cases people will feel slight nausea if they drink kava on a totally empty stomach and find that eating a piece of fruit or small snack before or after will prevent this.
Stop drinking kava if you start to feel nauseous. Wait 10-15 minutes after each drink to allow the effects to take place. If you start to feel dizzy or nauseous when drinking kava, it’s likely kava’s way of telling you that you’ve had enough to drink for the night!
Do not drink or mix kava and alcohol together.
Do not drink kava if you are taking any other substances or products that depress mental function or if you are taking antipsychotic or anti-anxiety drugs.
Do not drink kava and drive.
Do not drink kava when pregnant.
Do not drink kava if you have or have had previous problems with your liver.
Do not drink Kava if you have mobility issues as kava can make your limbs feel heavy and movement feel more problematic.
Please note: This is not a complete review of Kava safety and has not been assessed by FSANZ. Research into the effects of Kava are ongoing and everyone is different. If you are concerned about consuming kava, as with any new herbal supplement, it is advisable to consult your doctor.
The above safety guide and all other information contained within are general in nature and This information and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Before starting any dietary supplement, it’s always wise to check with a medical doctor.