High Definition For Kava Extract Factory in Jamaica

High Definition For
 Kava Extract Factory in Jamaica

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[Latin Name]  Piper methyicium L. [Specification] Kavalactones ≥30.0% [Appearance] Yellow powder Plant Part Used: Root [Particle size] 80Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum [What is Kava?] Kava, also known as piper methysticum, kava kava, and ‘awa, is a small shrub native to the islands in th...

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[Latin Name]  Piper methyicium L.

[Specification] Kavalactones ≥30.0%

[Appearance] Yellow powder

Plant Part Used: Root

[Particle size] 80Mesh

[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%

[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM

[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.

[Shelf life] 24 Months

[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.

[Net weight] 25kgs/drum

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[What is Kava?]

Kava, also known as piper methysticum, kava kava, and ‘awa, is a small shrub native to the islands in the South Pacific. The root and stems are made into a non-alcoholic, psychoactive beverage that has been used socially and ceremonially for hundreds of years in Hawaii, Fiji, and Tonga.

Kava is traditionally prepared by placing ground root and stem into a porous sack, submerging in water, and squeezing the juice into a large, carved, wooden bowl. Coconut half-shell cups are dipped and filled — punch bowl style. After drinking a cup or two a feeling of heightened attention combined with relaxation begins to come on. Although it is soothing, it is unlike alcohol in that thoughts remain clear. The flavor is largely inoffensive, but some find that it takes getting used to; it really depends on your preference for earthy flavors.

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[Kava is Safe to Use]

The safe and effective benefits of kava to relieve symptoms of anxiety were also supported in a meta-analysis, a systematic statistical review of seven human clinical trials published in 2000 in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, and again in a similar critical review in 2001. The reviews did not find significant adverse effects related to liver toxicity.

In conclusion, the liver is affected by many substances, including prescription and non- prescription drugs, as well as alcohol, which is a major cause of liver damage. We must be aware that herbs are potent medicines, to be treated with the appropriate respect regarding potential interactions and toxicity, including to the liver. On the other hand, Kava kava’s margin of safety far surpasses that of it’s pharmaceutical equivalent.


Kava’s can help offset a number of problems, most notably stress, anxiety, and disrupted sleep patterns. However, kava’s anxiolytic (anti-panic or anti-anxiety agent) and calming properties can offset many other stress and anxiety related ailments.

1. Kava as a Therapy for Anxiety
2. Kava May Remedy Menopausal Mood Swings

3. Weight Loss

4. Combat Premature Aging

5. Quit Smoking Aid

6. Combat pain as an analgesic

7. Insomnia

8. Depression

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    Stop Over-Emphasizing Chest Training! (Do THIS Instead)

    What’s up guys, Sean Nalewanyj, SeanNal.com, and I wanted to make a video today addressing a common bodybuilding mistake that a lot of lifters make…

    That mistake is putting too much emphasis on chest training and thinking that building bigger pecs is way more important than it actually is.

    When it comes to upper body training, horizontal presses are usually treated as the most valued exercises, and most people think that building a big chest is somehow the “key” to an impressive upper body.

    Obviously every muscle group plays an important role in bringing your physique together, and a well developed chest is part of that, but the reality is that the pecs aren’t actually THAT big of a muscle and they don’t play AS big of a role as most people think in giving you that bigger and more muscular overall appearance.

    In terms of really giving you that “powerful” upper body look, your upper back and shoulders are actually going to contribute more than your pecs will, especially when you’re wearing a shirt.

    Obviously you should train your chest fully as part of a well rounded muscle building program, but going into the gym and doing set after set after set of bench presses and dumbbell presses and dumbbell flys and cable crossovers just for that one area is ultimately overkill.

    And, if you’re doing that at the expense of fully training your back, then you’re making a legitimate bodybuilding training mistake that’s actually going to detract from your physique.

    Your chest is basically one muscle, that being the pec major. There is the pec minor underneath, but it’s a lot smaller and for bodybuilding purposes you really don’t need to worry about it.

    Your “back” on the other hand is NOT one muscle group.

    You have your lats, which are a very large muscle that originate at your lower back and attach all the way up on your upper arm…

    You have the traps which also contain quite a bit of mass…

    There’s the spinal erectors which are two big columns of muscle that run all the way up and down your back…

    And then there are some smaller muscles in there as well like the rhomboids and the teres groups.

    So, to talk about the chest and back as if they go hand in hand, or to say “I do 10 sets” for chest and “10 sets for back”, is not a balanced way of looking at your muscle building program or a balanced way of training.

    When you strip it down to the basics, to hit your chest all you really need is an exercise that uses horizontal adduction of the humerus (barbell press, dumbbell press, fly etc.) because that’s the main function of the pecs, to bring your upper arm across the front of your body.

    But to hit all of the muscles of the back, you’d want to do a vertical pulling movement to target the lats (a pull up or pulldown)… a horizontal pulling movement, which also hits the lats but the mid-back muscles as well, so some type of row… and then a shrugging movement to hit your traps. And then depending on how the rest of your program is laid out, you could also optionally do a deadlift or a rack pull or hyper extension to hit your spinal erectors.

    But point being, there’s a LOT more going on in the back and you need quite a few more individual movement patterns to train it fully for optimal gains.

    You also have to take the issue of injury prevention into account as well, because if you’re consistently placing more emphasis on upper body pushing as opposed to upper body pulling, then over time you’re going to develop imbalances that can easily lead to shoulder injury.

    But bottom line, don’t be a typical bench press warrior in the gym. Your pecs are still an important muscle group, but they don’t need a ton of different exercises or a lot of volume in order to be fully stimulated. 2-3 chest exercises and around 8-15 sets total per week will be plenty.

    If you really want to build a standout upper body (especially when wearing clothes) you’d be much better off to place your emphasis on fully training your back and on building a well developed set of delts as well.

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