Kava Kava has a long and rich history in Polynesian cultures, where it has been used for ceremonial and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. According to legend, the goddess Hina gifted the kava plant to her people to ease their suffering and promote peacefulness. The root of the kava plant was harvested, dried, and pounded into a powder, which was then mixed with water to create a ceremonial drink. This drink was consumed in sacred ceremonies to promote relaxation, social bonding, and spiritual insight. Today, kava ceremonies are still an essential part of Polynesian culture, and the plant is also used worldwide as a natural remedy for anxiety, stress, and insomnia.
In spellwork, Kava Kava can be used to calm and for relaxation, to promote a peaceful and serene environment, in divination practices to aid in connecting with spirits or ancestors, and to enhance creativity. Keep in mind it is important to use Kava Kava with intention and respect for its power and cultural history. Add this magical herb to your ritual toolkit today and discover the transformative power of this ancient plant.
Caution: Overuse can cause liver and kidney damage.
Kava Kava Root Correspondences:
- Psychic Ability
Scientific Name: Piper methysticum
Botanical Family: Piperaceae
Origin: Pacific Islands
Folk Names: Ava, Ava Pepper, Ava Root, Awa Root, Intoxicating Pepper
Deity Association: Lono, Kane, Kanaloa
Solar System: Saturn
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