Thanks for your reply, Henry! Seems like there must have been a lot of fresh kava that went into it if you’re getting 1,000mg of kavalactones per bottle (over 10g of kava assuming a 5-10% kavalactone percentage in the kava, which is the KL% of kava I see these days online). Do you know why other kava beverage/product companies have only a fraction of the kavalactones in their kava products? Furthermore, studies I’ve seen utilizing kava for relaxation/anti-anxiety purposes seem to give their test subjects 120mg kavalactone dosages, and sometimes twice a day for 240mg of kavalactones daily per person. Perhaps this is the medical dosage for mild anti-anxiety relief and it happens to be ~1/5th of the amount for recreational kava inebriation? I haven’t seen any studies where test subjects were given more than 350mg of kavalactones a day.