• Educate the General Public about Kava, a Beneficial Ethnobotanical Plant, and jointly promote the safe use of Kava like it has been done by Islanders for 1000s of years.  Please read our Kava Position Paper.
  • Promote the Historical and Cultural Significance of 'Awa (Kava) in Hawaii.
  • The Fresh Harvest Newsletter is devoted to desiminating the latest data and breakthroughs in the Kava Industry to its subscribers.   This information is usually accompanied by promotional pricing on Kava Products.


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Important facts for people new to Kava.

This page is dedicated to describing the Different Kava Strains of Hawaii and where you can buy them.

You can subscribe to the Fresh Harvest Newsletter and/or View the latest issue to get the latest information and take advantage of Promos and Coupons.

Articles on the beneficial effects of Kava, the side effects, and any New Research on both.

The Ethobotanical History of Kava and its use by Islanders thousands of years ago.

Here you will find the Kava Blog with pecial articles by Chris Allen and others on a myriad of subjects  related to Kava. 

Frequently asked Questions with their answers

Kava Recipes for creating Tasty Kava Kocktails.

Kava Reviews of all your favorite Hawaiian Kavas.

Send questions, suggestions, and/or submit articles to the Kava Blog.
A Library of Information About Kava and Home to the Kava Blog
The Kava Library is depository of information about Kava, a botanical plant that has been used by islanders for 1000 of years for a variety of purposes.  It is also home to the Fresh Harvest Newsletter authored by Chris Allen of Gourmet Hawaiian Kava,  a Kava Farm in Hawaii.  Chris is the current president of the Hawaiian Awa Council and a Kava Expert.  Chris  Allen is also a prolific author of Kava Articles and he is one of the main contributors to the Kava Blog.  The purpose of this Library is twofold:

Kava is a botanical plant or supplement that has Psychoactive Properties caused by an ingredient called Kavalactones.  The effects can include euphoria, pain relief, and/or sedation.  The root of the Kava plant are ground into powder and a potent tea is made from the Kava Root Powder. This botanical has been used for thousands of years by the Pacific Islanders without harmful effect as both a social stimulant and as medicine.  To receive the full benefit of this powerful botanical it is recommended  that you drink it on an empty stomach or at least 2 hours after eating.
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The FDA has not approved Kava for any particular purpose.  The statements on this Website have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA.  This product has not been approved by the FDA to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.