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Kava and Glasses with Pineapple


Bula, pronounced "Boolah", translates to life. It originates in Fuji and has gained many meanings over time. It's commonly used as a greeting and is meant to wish happiness and good health to whoever you're speaking with. So, come in, grab a shell, and proclaim, Bula!

All About Kava 

     Kava is a plant native to the islands in the western Pacific. Kava has been used by Pacific Islanders for thousands of years as a celebratory drink and for medicinal purposes. The roots and lower stems of the shrub are used to produce a slightly bitter, earthy, tea. Traditionally, it is prepared with nothing more than some water for dilution, and served in a coconut shell. 

     The effects of Kava vary from person to person, but typically it causes an overall sense of well-being and relaxation. Kava is great for people suffering from anxiety, stress, or insomnia. Many choose Kava as an alternative to alcohol consumption because of its euphoric effects. It's a great way to relax and enjoy time with friends without the headache the next morning. 

     Kava culture has been spreading to the US over the years, and has developed a community of people all over the country. Whether you simply need a space to work or socialize, or you don't like to drink but still want to have a good time, the Kava community is a great place to be. 

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