Botanic Tonics and Kava Come Together to Redefine the Drink

Botanic Tonics and Kava Come Together to Redefine the Drink

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Kava is celebrated for its soothing qualities. How can kava bring you to a state of happiness that intense? The plant has long been used as a method to achieve calm and feelings of happiness for centuries. These properties are well-documented by cultures throughout the South Pacific and Southeast Asia where kava is grown, and many people enjoy kava for occasional stress. Botanic Tonics, a wellness and lifestyle brand based in Southern California, wanted to bring these effects to new audiences. They developed their drink so others could experience this plant for themselves. So, how does it work?

The Secret Is in the Kavalactones

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Kava is truly defined by kavalactones, compounds found in the plant. These compounds (of which there are 18 currently known) are what bring about the feelings of calm. Specific kavalactones interact with parts of the brain and have calming qualities. In just seconds after drinking kava, you’ll notice a numbing of the tongue. It can feel weird at first, but it’s part of the kavalactone experience. The effects are typically feelings of happiness or joy building up to bliss. When you drink kava tonic, it doesn’t take long until kavalactones begin the remarkable process of creating a blissful state. 

The Safety of Kava 

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While it’s easy to draw similarities between kavalactones and other mood-altering substances, kava is known for being a safe beverage. Whether brewed as tea or made into a specialized drink, like feel free, kava won’t bring you down. Like any drink, it’s recommended that you enjoy it in moderation, but you can enjoy it knowing you’ll feel that sense of calm and bliss without any after effects. Many people compare kava to alcohol in the social way it makes them feel, but there are no morning-after effects with this ancient plant. 

Enjoy the feeling for yourself with Botanic Tonics.


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