Metaphysical Properties Of Kava Kava Root
Official Name: Piper Methysticum
Other Names: Ava, Ava Pepper, Ava Root, Awa Root, Intoxicating Pepper
Deities: Lono, Kane, Kanaloa
Metaphysical Powers: Visions, Protection, Luck
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Kava Kava
- Long used in rites in Hawaii and Polynesia
- This Polynesian plant's root is infused, and the resulting tea is drunk to offer protection against evil and invite good luck.
- Infused and left to steep overnight in the refrigerator, it is then drunk to enhance psychic powers and induce visions.
- Too much of the infusion by be damaging to the liver.
It is known to have cancer-fighting properties and anxiety relief, sleep aid, postmenopausal, menopause, and can even be an aphrodisiac.
There are many more spiritual and physical properties to this herb.
As with any herb or natural supplement, please consult your regular health care provider before use. Especially if other medications are being taken.