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Stress and anxiety is my primary concern and I feel that kava combats that more directly via its interaction with the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. I mostly use CBD Oil as a pain and soreness reliever as its effects on inflammation are remarkable. Kava root works directly to calm the nervous system. Kava first took root in the most beautiful places on earth (Vanuatu, Hawaii, Fiji) where it has been used medicinally and ceremonially for more than 3000 years. In these idyllic places there is nothing alternative about kava; it’s medicine, it’s culture, it’s nourishment for the family and the community. Scientific studies have backed-up what the Polynesians have always peripherally understood: kava directly affects the body’s sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems via chemical compounds called kavalactones. Stress and anxiety put your mind and body into a threatened state of awareness. Kavalactones gently remind them that the coast is clear by binding onto various receptors in the brain, particularly the part of the brain known as the amygdala, which regulates feelings of fear and anxiety. Kava is most often used to treat : Stress and anxiety Difficulty relaxing Insomnia Addiction relief Depression. It’s important to note that kava does not impair your ability to function throughout the day. In fact, it has the unique ability to provide relaxation and increased clarity. To help guide you in the right direction, many kava suppliers will classify their product(s) as: Heady : Increases focus and clarity with an underlying sense of calm Heavy : Promotes deep relaxation and improved mood Balanced : Relaxed, calm; a nice mix of heady and heavy. Kavalactone blends and strength vary product-to-product with a recommended daily limit of 300mg. The best suppliers use only noble kava and all-natural supporting ingredients. Partnering with an ethical company goes a long way toward ensuring a successful and effective kava regimen. 1Hour Break is a small, family owned supplier that works with kava growers in Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. The kava cultural in Vanuatu is as ancient as it gets and the company has a deep connection with the local community. The tincture itself blends kava with complementary ingredients including lemon balm, lobelia herb and passion flower. It’s a sublingual spray so it kicks in quickly which is great in those stressful moments when you really need it. It costs $29 per bottle (less than $2 per serving/dose) and with a subscription you can knock 30% off the sticker price. As a special Innovative Lifestyles promotion, 1Hour Break® is giving away 100 bottles for free, just pay shipping. ( $29 Value.) CBD works to restore balance to the body as a whole. Cannabis has been used by human societies since at least the third millennium BCE. It was highly valued for its fibers, medicinal properties and ceremonial contributions. Then very recently (historically speaking) the whole world went full Reefer Madness.
The once beloved plant became a pariah known by many other names.
If you want to get an idea of just how recent cannabis’ villainy is, look up the origin of the word marijuana. It’s got all the twists and turns you’d expect, immigration, racism, classism. Nowadays, when people say marijuana what they typically mean is Tetrahydro Cannabinol (THC). That’s the chemical compound that produces cannabis’ psychoactive effects. Strip it away and cannabis is transformed from a geriatric politicians worst nightmare to a harmless house plant.