The Kava craze why people trading in alcohol from Fiji

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Some other effects: Small doses may also result in a mild numbing feeling in the throat and mouth, as well as a temporary loss of appetite.

It’s not particularly appetizing: The result is a murky brown liquid akin to muddy water, with an earthy aroma and taste to match.

Entering the market: In the early 1980s, a group of Indigenous Australians from Yirrkala reportedly traveled to Fiji to examine community management practices.

A delightful effect: In small doses, the effects of kava include muscle relaxation, sleepiness, and feelings of well-being and contentment.

How it’s prepared: The kava plant is harvested for its roots, which are then ground into a powder and steeped in water.

A lasting tradition: To this day, kava tea is often consumed socially and as part of traditional ceremonies and cultural practices throughout the South Pacific Islands. 

Ritual and culture: Kava has been used for centuries, for purposes ranging from ceremonies to communication with the spirits and medicine.

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