What is Kava?

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What's in Kava?

Soils had developed mostly from the Natewa volcanic group, of basic and intermediate andesites and other volcanics. Scattered intrusions of the younger Nararo volcanic group, of acidic composition, form the other minor soil series. This includes the Monasavu soils formed from the Tavea acid andesite plug, the highest point in the model area.

The general soil types in the model area are steepland soils related to or associated with humic latosols4 (FAO: Humic/Dystric Cambisol) formed under a climate of very weak or no dry season where the moisture regime is udic5 to perudic6, and well drained. These steepland soils have a moderate to severe erosion potential upon removal of forest cover. The Drawa soils are generally within the iso…

Where is Kava From?

The property is comprised of flat to undulating slopes. A land use capability (LUC) classification is described as, “the systematic arrangement of different kinds of land according to properties that determine its capacity for sustained production, where capability is used in the sense of suitability for productive use” (Leslie, D. 1997). The Land Use unit of the MOA assesses land use capability based on its LUC Land Inventory System. The land inventory maps out parent rock type, soil type, slope, erosion, vegetation, and current land use. Land inventory units describing these factors are then delineated on a final land inventory map. These factors form the basis for evaluating and assessing the degree of soil limitation.

Why Try Kava?

Relaxing

Kava can help provide a restful night’s sleep and some use it to treat anxiety!

Relaxing

Traditional

Kava was traditionally used ceremonially, socially, medicinally, and for trade in much of the South Pacific.

Traditional
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Social

Social

Kava can help provide a restful night’s sleep and some use it to treat anxiety!

Non-Addictive

Non-Addictive

Kava was traditionally used ceremonially, socially, medicinally, and for trade in much of the South Pacific.

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