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So... what’s Kava?

Get to know the powerful plant behind our calming blend.

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Kava’s roots

Kava, AKA Kava Kava, is a small shrub in the nightshade plant family. It’s grown in and native to the Pacific Islands, like Hawaii and Fiji. Yep, this little shrub lives where you vacation.

For centuries, Pacific islanders have used Kava in ceremonies, social rituals, and for medicinal purposes. More recently, Kava has gotten plenty of buzz about its naturally relaxing and stress-reducing abilities.

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What does Kava do?

The combination of Kava’s main ingredients, kavalactones, are what naturally relaxes the mind and body, while inducing a sense of calm and euphoria. In clinical studies, Kava has shown to significantly decrease feelings of perceived anxiety, without any negative side effects or dependency on the plant.

Wanna dig a little deeper? Read up on the studies here.

See what all the buzz is about

“For centuries, Pacific Islanders have used kava as a medicinal plant because of its sedative, anesthetic, euphoriant, and psychotropic properties. (In other words: It can calm you down and make you feel good)”

“Kava has lifting, anxiety-reducing, and stress-relieving benefits. It gives you a boost during the day and enhances sociability, which makes you more relaxed in conversations if you have social anxiety.”

“A world-first completed clinical study by an Australian team has found Kava, a medicinal South Pacific plant, significantly reduced the symptoms of people suffering with anxiety”

“For centuries, Pacific Islanders have used kava as a medicinal plant because of its sedative, anesthetic, euphoriant, and psychotropic properties. (In other words: It can calm you down and make you feel good)”

“Kava has lifting, anxiety-reducing, and stress-relieving benefits. It gives you a boost during the day and enhances sociability, which makes you more relaxed in conversations if you have social anxiety.”

“A world-first completed clinical study by an Australian team has found Kava, a medicinal South Pacific plant, significantly reduced the symptoms of people suffering with anxiety”

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A whole lotta love
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A whole lotta love for this super plant

Our calming shots are perfectly dosed so you get the best of Kava in every drop

Our Ü Relax blends are made with Noble Kava extract, the highest-quality strain of Kava on earth. It’s naturally bitter in taste, but we’ve refined our recipe dozens of times to give you a delicious, fruity flavor.
  • Reduce stress & feelings of anxiousness
  • Slow down the mind chatter
  • Relieve muscle tension
  • Stay calm, minus the brain fog
  • Non-toxic & non-addictive
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    Shake up some fresh stress relief

    One bottle of Ü Relax is all you need to ease tension and stay calm for hours, naturally.

    With stress levels on the rise in the US, the demand for safe, natural relief is growing and obvious. And no doubt, stress has gotten to you, too. That’s why we love Kava and think you will, too.
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    Is Kava for you?

    IF YOU’RE NEW TO KAVA, THERE’S SOME THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE CONSUMING IT

    First things first: safety and side effects. If you’re looking to learn more about Kava, you might stumble upon some research that suggests Kava is bad for your liver and health. This comes from a 15 year old study in Switzerland and Germany that has since been reviewed and reputed.

    When researchers revisited the data of the original study, they learned that cases of liver toxicity were a result of Kava being mixed with other substances known to negatively affect liver function. On top of that, parts of the Kava plant that aren’t meant for use in drinks were given to participants.

    So, the short answer is, yes, Kava is safe to drink, but don’t overdo it. As the saying goes, “too much of anything isn’t a good thing.” Just be cautious of how much Kava you consume. Most experts recommend that you take no more than 500 milligrams of kavalactones per day (that’s more than two bottles of Ü Relax).

    Because Kava is a naturally relaxing supplement, it’s recommended to avoid driving or operating machinery after consumption. We also suggest keeping Kava away from children, pregnant women, or nursing moms.

    If you have or have had liver problems and still aren’t sure about Kava, reach out to your healthcare provider before taking it.

    All in all, there’s more research to be done on this plant. But for now, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy Kava in moderation.