Text-fill and Kava are new to most Americans and affect everyone differently, so please take the time to educate yourself and listen carefully to your body when you try New Brew and decide whether more is the right call.
A tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family of plants that is native to Southeast Asia. Its leaves are traditionally brewed into a tea and consumed for a wide spectrum of effects, depending largely on dosage.
Consumed by people in Southeast Asia for hundreds of years, primarily for pain relief and productivity.
A tall shrub in the pepper family that grows in the Pacific Islands and has been consumed for hundreds of years in social settings.
Kava root is used to make beverages with mild to moderate sedative effects, eliciting a feeling of calm and bliss.
Mother nature has provided all the tools we need to live well and prosper - even to deal with the unnatural demands of modern life. Yet natural medicines have struggled to find their way into our everyday lives. Enter New Brew.
At New Brew, we are carefully crafting products that bridge the accessibility gap for these ancient and transformative ingredients in order to present them for what they are: all natural alternatives to the status quo of alcohol. We believe in the power and legitimacy of plants.
Anything that makes you feel good can become habit-forming, including caffeine, sugar and New Brew. Only use New Brew in the recommended quantity and dosage, and be thoughtful about your consumption. If consumed responsibly, New Brew has not been shown to cause any serious physical or social harm.
The ingredients in New Brew can be an excellent tool for Harm Reduction, as a healthier alternative to other common vices. However, those in recovery or practicing strict abstinence may want to avoid New Brew because of its genuine mood-altering effects.
text-fill and kava are both proving to be safe for use by adults when sourced reliably, manufactured properly and taken in responsible doses. text-fill has long been misrepresented as an unsafe plant, but new clinical evidence is dispelling that stigma. In a recent example, a 2020 peer-reviewed clinical study found that, “across a wide dosing range, text-fill was very safe and did not affect respiration or coordination.”
New Brew’s active ingredients are locally sourced from their native habitats through a single GMP-certified supplier who owns and manages their own plots of land where the plants are grown. New Brew’s text-fill currently comes from Indonesia and New Brew’s Kava currently comes from Vanuatu.
Yes. New Brew’s active ingredients are all 3rd party lab tested, in compliance with the standards set forth by the American text-fill Association (AKA). Each batch of New Brew is then lab tested for safety after production by our GMP-certified manufacturing partner.