Kava Kava is found in the South Pacific. It interacts with the spine instead of the brain to make you feel calm and alert. Kava Root contains Kawain and Pipes Methysticcum, both reduce the chemical activity in the brain and nervous system. The active ingredient in Kava Kava is Kavalactones. There are 18 known Lactones in Kava Kava; 6 of the Lactones makes up 90% of the composition. There are several different kinds of Kava Kava, the geographical region and it’s effects are identified based on the various amounts of the 6 main Lactones present. The regions are important because weather patters, soil, elevation, and sunlight effects how the plant grows. Here are the 6 main Kava Lactones:
1 = desmethoxyyangonin
2 = dihydrokavain
3 = yangonin
4 = kavain
5 = dihydromethysticin
6 = methysticin
Warning: You should not mix Kava with anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, or anti-psychotic medications.
Mate Herb means infusion of herb and is from the Holly family in South America. Yerba Mate is an ancient tribal drink. Yerba Mate starts off as a shrub and grows into a tree. The leaves are evergreen, called Yerba or Erva. This herb contains caffeine and Xanthine alkaloids. When drank the traditional way, Yerba Mate is served out of a Gourd with a Bombilla/Bomba straw. Today, Yerba Mate is served in a can as a carbonated beverage. Drinking Yerba Mate the traditional way is a completely different experience.
People Use For: to lower high blood sugar, allergy relief, mental energy and focus, promoting deep sleep. Traditional Yerba Mate also contains many vitamins and minerals (potassium, magnesium, and manganese).
Hemp is a natural cannabis compound from the least processed form of the cannabis plant. Hemp is not psychoactive and does not contain any THC. The human body produces cannabinoids on its own. It has 2 cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2.
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