Frequently Asked Questions

What is kava?

Kava is a plant native to the Pacific Islands

Can pregnant woman drink kava

There hasn’t been extensive research on pregnant women and kava. We recommend you contact your physician prior to drinking.

Can I mix medications with kava?

We recommend discussing kava use with your prescribing physician before drinking kava.

Can I mix alcohol with kava?

Kava and alcohol should NOT be mixed.

Can children drink kava?

In the cultures where Kava is consumed, it is common for children to have it in smaller doses with parents’ consent. You must be 18 years old to consume Kava at Kava Roots.

How much should I drink?

Everyone has their own limits, however our bargoers consume on average 30 to 40 ounces of kava in a visit.

What happens if I drink too much?

If you drink too much kava in a sitting, you will feel bloated and slightly nauseous.

Can I drive after drinking?

There is currently no information to suggest driving after consuming Kava is unsafe. As always, after engaging in any relaxing activity, if you feel too tired to drive find a safe way home.

Is Kava addictive?

No, there is no evidence to support that regular kava consumption creates a physiological dependency.

Can I eat with Kava?

We find that kava is best consumed on an empty stomach. Eating after is perfectly fine.

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