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Kava bar near me

Kava bar near me

You’ve heard of CBD, but have you heard of the equally legal kava? Unlike popular plant species kratom (which has also gained popularity), kava isn’t addictive and is considered relatively safe. The Western-Pacific plant—also referred to as the intoxicating pepper—can have similar social-inducing effects as alcohol, without the heavy hangover. Others are using the plant to reduce anxiety, relax muscle tension, or improve sleep.

What’s next: In an age when non-alcoholic beer is gaining attention, so are kava bars. There are currently around 100 kava bars dispersed around the US––yet, despite 12.1k searches for “kava drink” each month, there are entire states without a kava presence. Kava is often consumed through beverages, either through powder form or steeping, but there’s a world of kava products that are waiting to be created.

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[…] 🌿Kava bars and Avani Eco: I spend most of my time in Bali. This island is known for its “Eat Pray Love” vibe, but it’s also grounds for a lot of innovative thinking — particularly around plant-based products. It’s common to attend “sober” parties or see people opting out of alcohol and into things like kratom. When I dug into this, it seemed like both kratom and kava are gaining attention in the West. Similarly, Bali banned single-use plastics, which resulted in these amazing cassava starch bags. […]