|About||Kava Kat is an enchanting place to express your creativity while enjoying an enhancing beverage. We provide a warm atmosphere & an artistic, fun setting!|
We invite you to come in and sample one of our many drinks & check out the vibe! We serve something for every kitty! Our house special is Kava, a healthier alternative to alcohol. This ceremonial drink promotes & produces euphoria and relaxation, without affecting your mental clarity. This earthy drink carries health benefits and the potential to help treat anxiety, depression & insomnia. *Statements are not approved by FDA
Kava Kat is more than just a Kava bar! We’re set up to have fun, surf the web, play a variety of games, watch a movie, hula hoop, escape in a good song, have a homemade snack, get crafty and make something pretty, or simply take a look around and appreciate the local art we have for sale. As official members of the Little Free Library community, you’re also invited to read or swap a book anytime. Kava Kat is a family run business and we love families so please bring yours! We do prefer you are 18 or older when drinking teas! Pets are welcome so make sure to invite your four legged, fur babies as well! Meow
WHAT IS KAVA?
Piper methysticum (kava or kava kava) is a plant that is grown in the South Pacific Islands. The root is used to produce a drink with sedative and anti-anxiety properties that fans say is capable of inducing relaxation and mental clarity. For over 3000 years, kava has been used in the islands for medicinal, religious, political, cultural and social purposes.
Fans say kava helps ease anxiety and stress, as well as help to induce a restful sleep. It “takes the edge off” and promotes sociability while helping to focus and concentrate.
THE HISTORY OF KAVA
The plant thrives in the islands of Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Pohnpei, New Guinea and Hawaii. No one knows exactly where the kava plant originated from however, there is strong evidence to suggest that Vanuatu is its origin. Captain James Cook was the first known encounter with kava during the voyage of 1768-1771. Captain Cook gave the kava plant its name of “intoxicating pe