Kava is available in many forms. The growth of the Kava industry has seen the development of different products including Kava tablets, and tinctures. In this guide we look specifically at Kava Tablets, the different types available, and how you can benefit from them.
First, let’s look at the different varieties of Kava products. Generally, Kava is imported into Australian in a powdered form. This powder is then used to create different products including tinctures, tablets, and of course Kava drinks.
Where Can I Buy Kava Tablets?
Now that you understand more about Kava tablets, we can look at where you can get them from. Kava tablets are available from a variety of sources. As the industry grows, their availability should only increase.
Available Kava Tablet sources
Kava tablets are available from an array of online and physical locations including:
Firstly, you can find an ever-increasing selection of tablet products via Amazon. If using Amazon, we always recommend checking customer reviews and researching the company. Only choose products that have 5-star ratings, and genuine reviews.
Secondly, many pharmacies in Australia sell these and other kava supplements. If you purchase from a pharmacy, you can be assured that the product is high quality. However, we still recommend reading the product label and researching beforehand.
Finally, there is a good selection of online health stores, and Kava specialist stores. These sell various products including tablets. Websites such as these are generally reputable – sourcing and selling products like these is what they specialize in. As a result, you can usually trust their products and advice.
Benefits of Kava Tablets
As with other Kava products, Kava tablets offer numerous benefits. Firstly, taking daily they help reduce anxiety and stress. Also, some studies show that Kava tablets can also improve sleep quality and help those suffering with sleep disorders.
Aside from the health benefits, Kava tablets provide several benefits over other Kava products mentioned above.
Firstly, they are convenient to take. Similarly, there is no preparation required – simply take out a tablet and swallow it with water. If you are on a tight schedule or don’t have time to brew Kava tea, tablets offer a quick alternative.
Secondly, there is no bitter taste. Kava roots and powder has a distinct earthy taste. As a result, not everyone will enjoy it. By taking tablets, there is no taste involved – the Kava ingests directly into your digestive system.
Finally they are portable and easy to carry. Can you imagine tying to carry Kava powder? You can take a small bottle of Kava tablets wherever you go without any hassle.
Legality of Kava in Australia
Kava tablets are legal to sell and consume in Australia. The ban on importation of Kava powder has recently been lifted by the Australian government however. This means that Kava powder will become increasingly popular as seen on Australia Kava Shop . It is yet to be seen whether kava powder will over take kava tablets in popularity.
Also, you can legally purchase Kava products from online stores including overseas online stores. Pharmacies and stores can legally sell Kava tablets providing that the dose of Kavalactones within the tablets is limited to a maximum of 125mg.
Kava Tablet Products in Australia
Currently in Australia, the range is limited. Again there is not a great variety of tablets available and they usually fall in one of the following categories:
– Hard Kava capsules with approx. 60mg of Kavalactones
– Hard Kava capsules to contain approx. 90mg of Kavalactones
– Hard Kava tablets combined with other herbs and flavours
Thompson’s One-A-Day Kava relieves symptoms of mild anxiety,
stress and nervous tension.
Thompson’s One-A-Day Kava relieves symptoms of:
– Mild anxiety
– Nervous tension
Kava has been used in the Pacific islands for its sedative and relaxant
properties, to relax the mind and body, to relax the nerves and induce sleep.
• High potency formula
• relieve symptoms of stress
• support muscle relaxation
• relieve symptoms of mild anxiety
• Traditionally used in Pacific Islander medicine to induces sleep
• Vegetarian/Vegan friendly
Traditionally used in Pacific Islander medicine to:
– improve sleep quality
– promote body relaxation
– reduce time to fall asleep and relieve sleeplessness.
Shown to relieve symptoms of mild anxiety.
What is Bioglan Kava for?
Inadequate sleep impacts a significant percentage of Australians with key issues being the quality & quantity of sleep, as well as getting to sleep & staying asleep.
Kava has been traditionally used for hundreds of years as a ceremonial drink to promote a state of relaxation in the Pacific Islands.
Kava is traditionally used in Pacific Islander medicine to:
Reduce time to fall asleep
Promote mind relaxation
Increase body relaxation
Enhance sleep quality & promote deep sleep
Kava extract has also shown in clinical studies to relieve symptoms and reduce occurrence of symptoms of mild anxiety
Why should I use Bioglan Kava?
Bioglan Kava is a traditional herbal remedy to assist with sleep & mild anxiety. Each capsule contains the equivalent of 2.4 g dry Kava rhizome extract and 60mg Kavalactones.
Who should use Bioglan Kava?
Bioglan Kava can be used by those who need sleep support. Some common sleep disturbances are caused by:
Night shift work
Bioglan Kava can also be used by those with mild anxiety to help relieve their symptoms.
When should I use Bioglan Kava?
Adults: Take 1 capsule daily with food. For Sleep support, take 1 2 capsules one hour before bed. Or as advised by your healthcare professional.
Size: 40 Capsules
- High strength herbal tonic
- Supports normal stress response
- Helps maintain a healthy nervous system
- Standardised kava extract
Total Weight: 0.21 lbs (0.10 kg)
Package Format: 60 Capsules
- 30% Kavalactones
- With Eleuthero Root
- Dietary Supplement
NOW Kava Kava Extract contains 100% root extract.
The hard capsules usually have a kavalactone content of between 60mg to 90mg. Also, there is a minimal choice of blended Kava tablets that add other ingredients like honey and turmeric.
The quantity varies and they are typically available in containers of 25, 30, or 50 capsules. Price appears consistent, however. For example, the above links all have Kava tablets for between $20-30 which is reasonable.
We hope you now have clearer idea of Kava tablets and their benefits. This form of Kava is already popular and relatively easy to purchase under the current Australian Kava laws.
The Australia government is, however, trialling changes to the import laws. This could include more lenient import restrictions. If this happens, we expect the availability of Kava tablets to increase. The Kava industry in Australia should boom and we should see more companies creating and adopting the product.
If licenses are required to make and sell Kava, the quality of Kava tablets should also remain consistent. There is a worry by some that making import laws lenient will see an influx of poor-quality and potentially dangerous products if not regulated properly.
Currently, although readily available, the variety of Kava tablets is limited. If import laws change, this should also improve. We would hope to see different types of Kava tablets become available including different kavalactone doses, and more blended tablet options.