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Kava Kava 30%, 60 Capsules

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A product derived from the root of the Kava Plant

Research Indicates that Kava may:*

  • Relax muscles
  • Calm nerves
  • Enhance mental alertness and concentration
  • Support a healthy mood


What does KAVA KAVA do?

KAVA KAVA produces its effects by influencing specific receptors in the brain that support feelings of relaxation. This physical relaxation helps promote deep muscle comfort as well, without affecting coordination or mental clarity. Kava Kava also appears to work by affecting the limbic system, a primitive part of the brain that serves as the principle seat of emotions. By supporting the limbic system, Kava Kava promotes a calm and tranquil state of mind and being.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 60
Amount per Serving % Daily Value
30% Kava Lactones 300 mg **

** Daily Value has not been established.

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Brown Rice, Magnesium Stearate

As a dietary supplement take 1 to 3 capsules daily with a glass of water. Take consistently each day for best results.

Keep product away from excess heat.

The negative effects mainly come from excessive use of kava that’s why moderation is the key. Heavy use of kava has linked to indigestion, dry, flaky, yellowish skin, hair loss, hearing problems, visual disturbances and drowsiness, blood abnormalities, and loss of muscle control, kidney damage, skin scaling, dizziness, and headache, restlessness, upset stomach, and lack of appetite.

Kava should not be taken within two weeks of surgery. Pregnant and nursing women, children, and people with liver or kidney disease shouldn’t use kava. You shouldn’t take it before driving. Kava is a diuretic (is any drug that elevates the rate of urination and thus provides a means of forced diuresis) it may have an additive effect if combined with drugs or herbs and it can impairs liver function. Kava also may interfere with blood clots using drug that influences blood clotting should be avoid unless under a doctor’s supervision.

Kava may increase side-effects of medications used to treat seizures. Kava and Alcohol do not go together. Impairment from both alcohol and Kava can produce fatal consequences. Kava is reported to have advs effects with sleep and anxiety medications. Kava may also reduce the effectiveness of Parkinson's disease medications.