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The products include biological molecules such as coenzyme Q10, creatine, glucosamine, omega-3 fatty acids, gingko, kava, milk thistle and many more.
The woman chugging kava with Fijians and braving temple food in Rajasthan.
VATUKALO, Fiji — Before kava makes its way to a new wave of trendy bars in places like Brooklyn and Berkeley, Calif., it must be nurtured and plucked by people like Livai Tavesivesi.
Their most popular is kava, which is a root grown in the Pacific Islands.
This numbness happens quickly and is the first of kava’s effects.
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Origin and Etymology of kava
First Known Use: 1810See Words from the same year
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