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Can You Count on Kava Tea for Health?
8 monthes ago - By Mercola
In some countries, teas are so highly revered that there are ceremonies for it. In Japan and China, tourists watch or participate in tea ceremonies all year ‘round. In some islands in the Pacific, there's a special tea tradition involving a well-loved drink called kava tea or kava kava. Learn more about what makes kava tea special, as well as the side effects to watch out for when trying this drink.
What Is Kava Tea?
Kava tea comes from kava , a plant that's native to islands in the South Pacific. Other nicknames for kava tea include kava kava and 'awa. 1 Kava kava is usually served in a...
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