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Kava Kava Reviews

Kava Kava ReviewNatrol Kava Kava is a dietary supplement that has been designed to naturally support calm and relaxation. It may help to ease stress and create a calm environment to help soothe the mind and body while at the same time promoting relaxation.

The ingredients in Kava Kava, when this review was written, include: Kava Kava Extract (200 mg) and Kavalactones 30% (60 mg). Other non-active ingredients include: Gelatin, Silica, Corn Starch, Water, Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate. One capsule makes up a single serving size.

Users are instructed to take 1 capsule, 1-2 times per day with a meal. This recommended dosage should not be exceeded. Alcoholic beverages should not be consumed while taking kava and this product (or any product containing kava) should not be consumed for longer than four weeks without consulting a physician. No more than 300 mg of kavalactones should be taken per day.

In terms of its effectiveness, plenty of research has revealed that taking kava extracts that contain 70% kavalactones may lower anxiety and may work just as well at treating anxiety as some prescription anti-anxiety medications. Studies have also found that kava may be more effective for individuals who suffer from sever anxiety and may also work better in women and younger patients.

Still, it remains uncertain whether kava is effective in treating any medical condition and medicinal use of this herb has not received approval by the FDA. It should not be used in place of medication your doctor has prescribed for you.

That being said, it is important for users of Kava to know that the FDA recommends that people who have or had liver problems and/or liver disease, should consult a physician before using Kava. The reason is that this herb has been associated with liver damage, even with short term use of normal doses. Furthermore, individuals who frequently ingest alcoholic beverages or who are taking medications should also consult a doctor prior to use. Pregnant and nursing women as well as children under the age of 18 should not take kava.

As for side effects, the most common is drowsiness. That said, prolonged use of Kava can lead to the risk of other adverse effects, such as depression, weight loss, red eyes, puffy face, reduced ability to absorb protein, dry, scaly, flaky skin and sings of liver problems, such as nausea, itching, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes). If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.

Finally, if you are suffering from chronic stress, anxiety or any other mental or mood disorder, you should talk to your doctor before you take any over-the-counter supplements to try and treat your condition. Finding the ideal treatment is the best way to help you manage your condition and find relief. A chronic health condition should always be taken seriously.

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