E-mails are being sent out by some of the world’s largest coffee brands to warn of the effects of the new Kava tea.
Kava, a native herb used in traditional medicine, has been linked to health issues, including heart disease, kidney problems, and depression.
Kavas consumption has increased dramatically since it was banned in many parts of the developed world in 1996, but it is still considered a banned substance in most countries.
To make matters worse, Kava teas are often laced with powerful stimulants like caffeine, which has been found to increase the risk of stroke, heart attack, and even death.
So what’s the difference between Kava and tea?
In short, Kavasa is a teapot that uses water as the primary ingredient.
The beverage is made by boiling water to make tea, then adding the Kava leaf to the mixture to make a tea.
The leaves are then dried and ground into a powder, and the powder is then mixed with ground kava leaves.
It is then stored in a container to keep for up to three months.
Kama is a traditional medicine that has been used for thousands of years by Native Americans, including in the Amazon.
Kamadu is also used in the West African country of Mali, where it is also known as “kama kava.”
While some countries have banned the use of kava tea in the past, in countries like the United States, it is legal to use the tea as long as it is not in the form of an over-the-counter product.