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Buy Kava Online Delivers 😍

BUY KAVA ONLINE delivers the best kava right to your doorstep – anywhere in Australia**.
** The N.T. is excluded however as laws there prohibit the sale of kava.

Here’s just a sample of the towns and cities that we deliver to:

Good News Just For You! 😍

Good News Just For You! 😍

Here’s some good news just for you!

No matter where you live in Australia, we’ll deliver our kava to you – right to your front door!

FEELING STRESSED?

FEELING STRESSED?

As all of us at Buy Kava Australia know, sometimes, it can be difficult to find time to just .. RELAX!

Most folks have some way of dulling their anxiety. This is usually a glass of wine, a beer, a workout at the gym or maybe a cannabis product.

For many though, there is a more preferable alternative – KAVA!

Here you can check out our specials!

The age-old question:Fiji Kava or Vanuatu Kava

In both Fiji and Vanuatu, kava roots are ground into a fine powder. The Fijian method usually involves mixing the freshly ground powder withΒ cold waterΒ and then drinking immediately afterwards.

Conversely, Vanuatu kava preparation is a little more involved. This is because in Vanuatu, kava is prepared using the fresh green roots. After picking, the roots are dried and then milled ready for use. Additionally, one of the major process differences is the use of warm-to-hot water when mixing with the milled kava.

By the way, all our Kava has beenΒ certifiedΒ as noble variety and microbial tested by the country-of-origin governments.

Here at Buy Kava Online, experience tells us that the process of mixing the powder with water is one that is best done using traditional methods.

Additionally, our sister site has some really insightful information at “Kava in Australia“.

Also, before you buy kava, check out this informative AND entertaining video (make sure you watch it to the end for the out-takes!). Its title is β€œHow to Make Kava with Sani and Rutha”……and even though it was was made in 2014, it’s as relevant today as it was then. Good stuff!