Leilo Calm in A Can Kava – Qty 1
NON-ALCOHOLIC RELAXATION – Harnessing kava and l-theanine, Leilo Calm in A Can Kava provides a clinical dose of calm in each can. We use only the best all-natural ingredients and have made the health-conscious consumer our priority: we’re halal, kosher, non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, and more. At only 40 calories, you could say we’re relaxation made responsible.
OUR STAR INGREDIENT: KAVA – Kava is found in the South Pacific and naturally provides uplifting relaxation and peace of mind. It has been used by islanders for thousands of years as a social lubricant and is now one of America’s fastest-growing botanical ingredients with over 180 kava bars nationwide.
KEY FEATURES: Leilo Calm in A Can Kava
The effects of kava
The islanders know kava to induce relaxation, reduce anxiety, and improve mood. It can also help you sleep, Kava is a popular supplement for people looking to enhance their sense of well-being and promote relaxation.
How Kava Works
The active ingredients in kava are called kavalactones. Kavalactones work by interacting with the brain to produce a calming effect. Kava also acts on the nervous system to produce a sense of relaxation. Kava is non-addictive and does not push you to an extreme as other substances, such as alcohol or THC; we like to describe Kava as “chill but not overkill.”
Kava is composed of 18 different kavalactones, with a majority of “experiences” coming from just six. Each variety has a different composition of these six kavalactones, which is why different varieties provide different relaxation effects. Some are more uplifting and great for daytime drinking. Other varieties are better for nighttime drinking and great as a sleep aid. At Leilo, we have done guesswork for you, and all products are expertly grown, harvested, and blended by islanders following their time-tested and cultural traditions to provide the ultimate kava experience.
Where does kava come from?
Kava is native to the South Pacific and is traditionally sourced from Fiji, and the Vanuatu islands along with cultivation in Tonga, Hawaii, and other tropical regions. The Kava plant has an extensive history, as the indigenous peoples have used the root for various purposes. Kava root was often chewed or ground up and made into a paste, which was then mixed with water to create a beverage.